INXS - Live in Aspen mp3 album
Bang the Drum EP is an EP by Australian band INXS. It was released on 17 August 2004 through record label Island Def Jam, seven years after Michael Hutchence's death.
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Elegantly Wasted" (live, Aspen 1997). Don't Change" (live, Aspen 1997). Bang the Drum may refer to: Bang the Drum EP, a 2004 EP by Australian band INXS. Bang the Drum (album), 2009 album by Mango Groove. Elegantly Wasted is the tenth studio album by Australian rock band INXS. It was released in April 1997, and is the final album recorded with lead singer Michael Hutchence before his death in November that same year. The band had spent April 1996 rehearsing in London, and moved over to Vancouver to record with producer Bruce Fairbairn in December that year. Production of the album was completed by Hutchence and songwriter and t Andrew Farriss in Spain by February 1997. Two songs that did not make the final cut of the album were included on the Bang the Drum EP (2004).
INXS is Australian rock band INXS's first album. It was released on Deluxe Records in Australia on 13 October 1980. The band recorded the album in midnight to dawn sessions during 1979 to 1980 after performing, on average, two gigs a day at local pubs around Sydney.
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All Tracks Recorded Live In Aspen February 1997.
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