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Monday, July 13, 2020

INXS - "What You Need (Live Baby Live)" [Rock & Alternative]

What You Need (Live Baby Live)

"What You Need (Live Baby Live)" music video by INXS
Added: 13-07-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : INXS - What You Need - Live Baby Live

INXS - LIVE BABY LIVE is available to order now at https://ift.tt/2DypiTj

A highlight in a career of triumphant milestones, INXS’s thundering performance at London’s Wembley Stadium on July 13th 1991 has been restored from the original 35mm film. Now presented in glorious 4K widescreen with remixed and remastered Dolby Atmos audio, and featuring a previously unreleased performance, never has it felt more like being part of the crowd of 73,791 adoring fans on that hot July evening. The classic 1991 performance, completely restored, remixed and remastered.

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Live Baby Live is Australian rock band INXS's first live album. It was released on 11 November 1991 and features tracks recorded during their Summer XS Tour in Paris, New York, Chicago, London, Dublin, Glasgow, Rio de Janeiro, Montreal, Spain, Switzerland, Melbourne, Sydney, Philadelphia, and Las Vegas. The album peaked in the top 10 on both the Australian and United Kingdom albums charts. It has sold over one million copies in the United States, earning a platinum certification by the RIAA. A single, "Shining Star", was released from and ahead of the album on 2 November. It became the group's ninth Top 40 single on the UK Singles Chart, but failed to appear on the Billboard Hot 100 in the US, despite reaching the top 20 of the rock charts.

The title's two uses of 'live', indistinguishable by spelling alone, are pronounced differently – according to The Greatest Hits album's accompanying booklet – the first is pronounced to rhyme with 'give', whereas the second is pronounced as in 'five'.

Tags : 1991, 90s, INXS

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