INXS ‎– Live Baby Live

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Atlantic ‎– 7 82294-2, Atlantic ‎– 82294-2
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1 New Sensation 4:42
2 Guns In The Sky 3:14
3 Mystify 3:11
4 By My Side 3:15
5 Shining Star
Backing Vocals – Keith Urban, Kirk Pengilly, Michael Hutchence, Stuart McKieEngineer – Heidi Canova*, John Bough
3:52
6 Need You Tonight 2:58
7 Mediate 4:29
8 One x One 2:58
9 Burn For You 4:43
10 The One Thing 3:20
11 This Time 3:06
12 The Stairs 5:07
13 Suicide Blonde 4:36
14 Hear That Sound 3:38
15 Never Tear Us Apart 4:13
16 What You Need 6:16

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Recorded [live] in Paris, New York, Toronto, Chicago, London, Dublin, Glasgow, Rio De Janeiro, Montreal, Spain, Switzerland, Melbourne, Sydney, Philadelphia, Las Vegas.
Mixed at Rhinoceros Studios, Sydney.
"Shining Star" recorded at Metropolis Studios, London.
Mastered at 301 Studios, Sydney.

Parts of this album were recorded with Q sound.

Catalog number appears without the leading "7" on the disc itself.

℗ 1991 Atlantic Recording Corporation
© 1991 INXS
Printed in U.S.A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 075678229428
  • Barcode (Text): 0 7567-82294-2 8
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): 382294-2 SRC+01 M1S4
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): 382294-2 SRC+01 M1S3
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): 3 82294-2 SRC+01 M4S10

Other Versions (5 of 66) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
903175630-2 INXS Live Baby Live(CD, Album) EastWest 903175630-2 Australia 1991 Sell This Version
SPB CD 009 INXS Live Baby Live(CD, Album) Sound-Pol, Baierle Records, Mercury SPB CD 009 Poland 1991 Sell This Version
510 580-1 INXS Live Baby Live(LP, Album, Gat) Mercury 510 580-1 Spain 1991 Sell This Version
510 580-1 INXS Live Baby Live(LP, Album, Gat) Mercury 510 580-1 Brazil 1991 Sell This Version
510 755-0 INXS Live Baby Live(Box, Album, Ltd, CD ) Mercury 510 755-0 Sweden 1991 Sell This Version

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June 11, 2015

God bless INXS but, boy, did they make a lot of mistakes. They were good enough to go down in history as one of the great bands of the '80s, in the stratosphere of U2, Depeche Mode, or Duran Duran; pure stadium-pleasing pop music, but with a little more rock credibility. Unfortunately, much of what they did traded art for commerce, and this live album, released when they were arguably at the peak of their popularity, was the nadir of their entire output. After building up a legendary live reputation after 10 years of working very hard, they crapped out this abomination of a live record that is taken from a variety of source nights and makes no strong argument for their live performance as it is fraught with overdubs and too heavy on weak songs from the X album instead of featuring true crowd pleasers. In a stroke of real perversity, a studio track was grafted into the middle of the proceedings and released as a single at the time; this song, "Shining Star," is a true throwaway with no melody and no real hooks. All things considered, the album hurt the band's career momentum forever in the U.S., although the album that followed (Welcome to Wherever You Are) renewed some of their critical reception and was reasonably successful throughout Europe.