Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Commentary (music and lyrics not included). Pages: 32. Chapters: Afterglow (INXS song), Baby Don't Cry (INXS song), Beautiful Girl (song), Bitter Tears (song), By My Side (INXS song), Devil's Party, Devil Inside (INXS song), Disappear (INXS song), Don't Lose Your Head (INXS song), Elegantly Wasted (song), Everything (INXS song), Freedom Deep, God's Top Ten, Good Times (Easybeats song), Heaven Sent (INXS song), I'm So Crazy, I Get Up, Kiss the Dirt (Falling Down the Mountain), Listen Like Thieves (song), Mediate (song), Mystify (song), Need You Tonight, Never Tear Us Apart, New Sensation, Not Enough Time, Original Sin (INXS song), Perfect Strangers (INXS song), Please (You Got That...), Pretty Vegas, Searching (INXS song), Shining Star (INXS song), Suicide Blonde, Taste It, The Gift (INXS song), The Loved One (song), The One Thing (song), The Stairs (song), The Strangest Party (These Are the Times), Tight (INXS song), Time (INXS song), What You Need (song). Excerpt: "Never Tear Us Apart" is a single released by Australian rock group INXS in August 1988. It was also included on the band's sixth studio album, Kick. The music was written by Andrew Farriss, who recorded a blues-style demo and gave it to Michael Hutchence. The INXS singer then penned a personal love lyric, which was straight from the heart. "Never Tear Us Apart" is a sensuous ballad, layered with synthesizers and containing dramatic pauses before the instrumental breaks. Kirk Pengilly lends a cathartic saxophone solo near the end. According to the liner notes of Shine Like It Does: The Anthology (1979-1997), the song was originally composed on piano as a bluesy number in the style of Fats Domino. Producer Chris Thomas suggested a synth-based arrangement instead. The video for the song, featuring an extended intro, was filmed in various locations in Prague along with "Guns in the Sky" and "New Sensation", all directed by Richard Lowenstein. The single reached #24 in the UK, and stayed on the charts for seven weeks. In the U.S., it reached #7 on the Billboard Hot 100. After his death in 1997, Michael Hutchence's coffin was carried out of St. Andrews Cathedral by the remaining members of INXS and younger brother Rhett, as "Never Tear Us Apart" was played in the background. This song is now thought of by many original INXS fans as Hutchence's anthem. The song was used in the opening sequence of the director's cut of the 2001 cult film, Donnie Darko. It would have been featured in the original release had the rights for it not been deemed too expensive by the producers. ("The Killing Moon" by Echo & the Bunnymen served as its replacement.) In 2006, the song was voted "Nation's Favourite Lyric" by viewers of pay TV music channel VH1 in Australia. Recently, the song has been adopted by The Squadron, the Newcastle United Jets supporter group, and sung in unison at the start and 85th minute of their A-League association football matches. This is in homage to the line, "cause
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