Who Won the 1988
MTV VMAs Video Of The Year

INXS

("Need You Tonight")

1987 MTV VMAs Video Of The Year Winner
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1988 MTV VMAs Video Of The Year Winner INXS News

New podcast: Birthday albums by Rush, INXS, The Smiths

TBO.com (blog)
You'd think we'd learned our lesson about trying to cover the band Rush on our Stuck in the '80s podcast. We've done it before, and the Rush fans always explode over any tiny criticism of their favorite Canadians. Well, we've reached the 30th ...

1988 MTV VMAs Video Of The Year Winner INXS News

'Anyone who sees these photos can tell he was proud of her': New Michael Hutchence documentary reveals ...

Daily Mail
A new documentary charting the final hours of legendary INXS frontman Michael Hutchence will reveal previously unreleased photos of the rocker with daughter Tigerlily. One image, which was revealed in a trailer for the 'rockumentary,' called The Last ...



1988 MTV VMAs Video Of The Year Winner INXS News

The 10 greatest Australian songwriting partnerships of all time

Tone Deaf
Throughout their career, INXS have sold over 50 million records, and the fact is that without the songwriting talents of Andrew Farriss & Michael Hutchence, that number might have just around 20. (Well, Michael Hutchence's charisma might have driven ...

1988 MTV VMAs Video Of The Year Winner INXS News

INXS release remix of seminal album Kick

NEWS.com.au
While the album was not the band's first, they had been together 10 years before its release in 1987, it launched INXS to the world, selling more than six million copies worldwide and also housing hits Need You Tonight, Devil Inside and Mystify.



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