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INXS Live Baby Live, the legendary 1991 Wembley Stadium gig will screen across Australian cinemas on 14 November 2019.
Twenty-eight years on, the film has been painstakingly restored over six months from the original 35mm negative to 4K Ultra HD. Its also presented in glorious cinematic widescreen, which was created by going through the film shot by shot and repositioning every one to get the best out of the frame. Accompanying the astonishing visual upgrade, the audio is now presented in full Dolby Atmos, created by the band's Executive Music Producer Giles Martin and Sam Okell, at Abbey Road Studios.
The restoration process unveiled a 'lost' performance which was not included in the original releases - Lately from the X album. Lately has now returned to its rightful position in the concert setlist.
Image by Andrew Southam. Supplied by Original Spin.
Formed in 1977 as The Farriss Brothers, they changed their name to INXS in 1979. INXS featured the late Michael Hutchence (lead singer), Andrew Farriss (keyboardist), Tim Farriss (guitarist), Jon Farriss (drums), Kirk Pengilly (guitarist/saxophonist) and Garry Gary Beers (bassist).
Having sold more than 50 million records worldwide including number ones in 4 different continents. INXS have performed more than 4000 live shows in almost 50 countries with an audience of more than 25 million people.
They had 23 hits in the UK, 18 in the US (7 top ten) and 36 Australian hits (13 top ten). They had six consecutive top ten UK and US albums and 13 Australian top 10 albums. The band won countless awards including seven Arias, two Brits, a dozen Countdown Awards, five MTV Awards and in 2001 were inducted into the Aria Hall of Fame.
Image from Petrol Records & Eagle Rock Films. Supplied by Original Spin.