Top Inxs Albums
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Live At Wembley Stadium '91
Live At Wembley Stadium '91
[2014]
The INXS Collection 1980-1993
The INXS Collection 1980-1993
[2013]
The INXS Collection 1980 - 1993
The INXS Collection 1980 - 1993
[2013]
INXS: Live
INXS: Live
[2010]
Original Sin
Original Sin
[2010]
Switch
Switch
[2005]
Live At Barker Hangar
Live At Barker Hangar
[2005]
Bang the Drum - EP
Bang the Drum - EP
[2004]
Shine Like It Does - The Anthology (1979-1997)
Shine Like It Does - The Anthology (1979-1997)
[2001]
Full Moon, Dirty Hearts
Full Moon, Dirty Hearts
[1993]
Welcome to Wherever You Are
Welcome to Wherever You Are
[1992]
Tight - EP
Tight - EP
[1991]
Live Baby Live
Live Baby Live
[1991]
Disappear / Middle Beast (Single Version) [Digital 45]
Disappear / Middle Beast (Single Version) [Digital 45]
[1990]
X
X
[1990]
Never Tear Us Apart / Different World (Single Version) [Digital 45]
Never Tear Us Apart / Different World (Single Version) [Digital 45]
[1987]
Kick
Kick
[1987]
Kick (30th Deluxe Edition)
Kick (30th Deluxe Edition)
[1987]
What You Need / Sweet As Sin [Digital 45]
What You Need / Sweet As Sin [Digital 45]
[1986]
Listen Like Thieves
Listen Like Thieves
[1985]
The Swing
The Swing
[1984]
Shabooh Shoobah
Shabooh Shoobah
[1982]
Underneath the Colours
Underneath the Colours
[1981]
INXS
INXS
[1980]
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Related Information for Inxs
INXS (pronounced "In Excess") was a rock group formed in Perth, Australia. The band formed in 1977 under the name The Farris Brothers. Original members included Michael Hutchence (lead vocals), Andrew Farriss (guitar and keyboards), Tim Farriss (lead guitar), Jon Farriss (drums), Garry Beers (bass), and Kirk Pengilly (saxophone and guitar). The band changed their name to INXS just prior to the release of their self-titled d├ębut album in 1980.The band's second album, Underneath the Colours released in Australia in 1981, included the minor hit with "Stay Young." The success of this album helped the band gain momentum and notoriety for the world-wide release of their third album, Shabooh Shoobah in 1982... read more