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INXS - The Gift FLAC album

Performer: INXS
Genre: Pop music
Title: The Gift
Country: Australia
Released: 1993
FLAC version ZIP size: 1786 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1353 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1333 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 291

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.

Listen Like Thieves is the fifth studio album by the Australian rock band INXS. It was released on 14 October 1985. It spent two weeks at number one on the Australian Kent Music Report Albums Chart. Considered an international breakthrough album for the band, it peaked at No. 11 on the United States Billboard 200, No. 24 on the Canadian RPM 100 Albums and top 50 in the United Kingdom.

inxs tiene parte de razon el mundo se esta llendo a la frregada con las guerras y a pesar de que mi querido michael ya no esta tuvo vision en que el mundo se esta llenando de odio y guerras sin fundamentos mas que los intereses de unos cuantos. que tanta razon tenias michael!! 5 years назад. parpx you are hearing the sound of a band that had pissed each other off during the very recording of the song.

Oh, so fine We were trying Out of nowhere Just in time Let you take me Deep down the river Kiss the changes That shape my life. Always Left behind All the tracks that I could find Do do do do do All these scars are mine. I was thinking got the feeling The gift you gave Is gonna last forever. All the lies you find All the truth you see Rise and fall But I know what's mine Here we lie Looking up to Empty sky And the promises we find. I'm not the first one To ask why Yeah, yeah

Label: Mercury ‎– INXCD25, Mercury ‎– 862 859-2. Published by Polygram Music Publishing. Published by MCA Music. Disc: P & C 1993 INXS. Released in j-card case. Track durations are not printed on the release.

The Gift (INXS song). from the album Full Moon, Dirty Hearts. The Gift" is the first single from the 1993 album Full Moon, Dirty Hearts, by Australian rock band INXS. The song was written by Jon Farriss and Michael Hutchence.

INXS released their fourth album in 1984 entitled The Swing. The album featured the killer track Original Sin. The record was produced by the legendary Nile Rogers. One year later in 1985, INXS released what was considered their breakthrough album. On the strength of the album’s second single What You Need, INXS had become a household name. While The Swing album had put INXS on the map, it was the band’s sixth album entitled Kick released two years later that became the band’s most successful album of their career. Five singles were released from the album. The INXS Song The Gift, was released on the 1993 album Full Moon, Dirty Hearts. The song was the first single released from the album. MTV banned the video which was a bit ironic stemming from the notion that INXS at one time was one of the most played bands on MTV. 8 – Heaven Sent.

The Very Best is a greatest hits album released by Australian band INXS in 2011. It initially peaked at Following the screening of INXS: Never Tear Us Apart, an Australian miniseries about INXS that commenced on 9 February 2014 on the Seven Network, the album re-entered the charts, peaking at When the miniseries screened in New Zealand in August 2014, the album also charted, similarly peaking at #1.


A The Gift
B The Gift (Extended Mix)

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10" Acetate for the commercial 7" Release.
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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
450993292 INXS The Gift ‎(CD, Single, Car) EastWest 450993292 Australia 1993
858 009-2 INXS The Gift ‎(2xCD, Maxi, Ltd) Mercury 858 009-2 Germany 1993
862 858-2 INXS The Gift ‎(CD, Single, car) Mercury 862 858-2 Europe 1993
INXS 25, 862 858-7 INXS The Gift ‎(7", Single, Sil) Mercury, Mercury INXS 25, 862 858-7 UK & Europe 1993
862 876-2 INXS The Gift ‎(CD, Single, Car) Mercury 862 876-2 France 1993