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Live At Wembley Stadium '91

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Download links and information about Live At Wembley Stadium '91 by INXS. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 01:33:48 minutes.

Artist: INXS
Release date: 2014
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 22
Duration: 01:33:48
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Guns In the Sky (Live At Wembley 1991) 3:27
2. New Sensation (Live At Wembley 1991) 3:54
3. I Send a Message (Live At Wembley 1991) 3:41
4. The Stairs (Live At Wembley 1991) 4:59
5. Know the Difference (Live At Wembley 1991) 3:47
6. Disappear (Live At Wembley 1991) 4:12
7. By My Side (Live At Wembley 1991) 3:10
8. Hear That Sound (Live At Wembley 1991) 3:44
9. Original Sin (Live At Wembley 1991) 6:17
10. The Loved One (Live At Wembley 1991) 4:06
11. Wildlife (Live At Wembley 1991) 3:32
12. Mystify (Live At Wembley 1991) 3:18
13. Bitter Tears (Live At Wembley 1991) 4:21
14. Suicide Blonde (Live At Wembley 1991) 4:32
15. What You Need (Live At Wembley 1991) 6:30
16. Kick (Live At Wembley 1991) 3:30
17. Need You Tonight (Live At Wembley 1991) 2:57
18. Mediate (Live At Wembley 1991) 5:32
19. Never Tear Us Apart (Live At Wembley 1991) 3:47
20. Who Pays the Price (Live At Wembley 1991) 3:39
21. Devil Inside (Live At Wembley 1991) 7:13
22. Shining Star 3:40

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Australia’s Seven Network commenced broadcasting the miniseries INXS: Never Tear Us Apart on Feb. 16, 2014. To coincide with this countrywide screening, the album Live at Wembley ’91 was given worldwide release. It captures a fan-favorite concert from July 13, 1991, at London's Wembley Stadium, where a sold-out audience of 72,000 watched Michael Hutchence and crew work their way through their hits and most-loved album tracks. The show was originally only available as a live concert video (directed by David Malle in 35mm), with portions of the show appearing as part of the Live Baby Live live album from 1991. These 21 live tracks (and a studio version of the single “Shining Star”) present the band at their prime, playing in the type of stadium for which their music was tailor-made. Their studio recordings remain the definitive versions, but fans deserve these alternate shots of “Kick,” “Original Sin,” “New Sensation,” “What You Need” and “Devil Inside,” where any doubts about INXS’s live chops can be easily dismissed.