INXS Disbands
2012-11-14 by Brendan Schroer STAFF | 35 Comments

On November 11, Australian rock stalwarts INXS announced that after a concert supporting Matchbox Twenty, they would stop touring and recording after 35 years of making music. With 30 million albums sold in their name, they thanked the fans and honored former frontman Michael Hutchence for having a large role in their success.

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henryChinaski
November 14th 2012

2682 Comments


Whatever

MichaelSnoxall
November 14th 2012

12163 Comments


cool

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
November 14th 2012

5910 Comments


"and honored former frontman Michael Hutchence for having a large role in their success."

probably the main role in their success, as after his death the band has been completely off the radar.

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mindleviticus
November 14th 2012

8162 Comments


Elegantly Wasted was the only album I've heard by them and it was terrible

americanohno
November 14th 2012

1598 Comments


/makes unfunny joke referencing auto-erotic asphyxiation


stizzjains
November 14th 2012

22 Comments


fuck no man best band i like them why they leave

GringoSuave89
November 14th 2012

1009 Comments


wait, someone get me a calendar. What year is this?

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CrownOfMagnets
November 14th 2012

2231 Comments


i never knew any of their songs

Dunpeal
November 14th 2012

3594 Comments




earth shattering!!!!

eleventhsun
November 14th 2012

1475 Comments


They were still a band?

eleventhsun
November 14th 2012

1475 Comments


^ That's what I was thinking.

731
November 14th 2012

662 Comments


nah they kept rockin stadiums

StrizzMatik
November 14th 2012

3175 Comments


"With 30 million albums sold in their name, they thanked the fans and honored former frontman Michael Hutchence for having 100% of the role in their success."
Fixed it

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Eclecticist
November 14th 2012

3863 Comments


hahaha good.

JViney
Staff Reviewer
November 14th 2012

322 Comments


Supporting Matchbox 20; what a way to bow out.

BaseballJames
November 14th 2012

369 Comments


Never listened to this band. Am I missing out on anything?

menawati
Contributing Reviewer
November 14th 2012

15786 Comments


need you tonight is about the only thing ive heard they did which doesnt annoy me

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VermicideReloadead
November 14th 2012

1433 Comments


Ok. Some of their shit was good, but never cared too much of their 90's album. Anyways I liked years ago a song that they recorded with their new vocalis, otherwise they weren't something special.

americanohno
November 14th 2012

1598 Comments


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HChzRB8h6LU

WhiteNoise
November 14th 2012

3041 Comments


DUN DUN DUN, Da da da da da da da da

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Voivod
Staff Reviewer
November 14th 2012

5910 Comments


need you tonight is about the only thing ive heard they did which doesnt annoy me

Never Tear Us Apart was good too and the video for it was the first music video I remember myself watching during the '80s.

Disappear was decent too.

demigod!
November 14th 2012

43840 Comments


hey guys remember that tv show

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MeatSalad
November 14th 2012

14190 Comments


And they will NEVER

TEAR US APARt

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tommygun
November 14th 2012

23569 Comments


Bout time, these dudes shoulda quit when Hutchence died.

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menawati
Contributing Reviewer
November 14th 2012

15786 Comments


ye I'm MYSTIFYed as to why they carried on

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
November 14th 2012

49788 Comments


Didn't their singer jerk himself to death like 20 years ago anyway

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menawati
Contributing Reviewer
November 14th 2012

15786 Comments


ye was something dodgy cant remember what tho

SCREAMorphine
November 15th 2012

1751 Comments


About time

DrGonzo1937
November 15th 2012

5200 Comments


I thought this band disbanded after Michael Hutchence's death. lol

foreverburning
November 15th 2012

74 Comments


Supporting Matchbox 20; what a way to bow out.


No kidding. Not even a headliner in their hometown or something? Apparently they don't take themselves seriously.

bloc
November 15th 2012

34669 Comments


Need You Tonight is a good song

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sixdegrees
November 15th 2012

16777 Comments


I thought they had already disbanded years ago.

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British Kid
November 16th 2012

10 Comments


don't forget Suicide Blonde

Acrosstheshield13
November 16th 2012

791 Comments


oh no. say it isn't soooo!

Sciroccu
December 20th 2012

750 Comments


didn't know that they were still alive...



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