The song was inspired by the Star Wars defense program and the subsequent unease such a scheme caused for many people, but as with all of INXS' more overtly political songs, the message is never allowed to get in the way of the song as a whole. Michael Hutchence delivers the title with just enough drama and intensity while not absolutely going nuts (what Bono.
An album with similar artwork was released for Europe and Japan a month later called Definitive INXS, where the tracks were changed to include songs that were the biggest hits in those countries. I'll post about that release in December when it was released. The Years 1979-1997 also included 2 previously unreleased INXS songs. It sold over 200,000 copies in Australia. At the time it was withdrawn it was almost triple platinum. It has since been replaced by INXS Platinum and the current The Very Best Of INXS. The tracklisting is: Just Keep Walking, The Loved One, Stay Young, The One Thing, Don't Change, To Look At You,Original Sin, I Send A Message, Burn For You, Dancing On The Jetty, This Time, What You Need, Kiss The Dirt (Falling Down The Mountain), Listen Like Thieves, Shine Like It Does, Need You Tonight, Devil Inside, New Sensation, Mystify
Album: INXS - The Years 79-97. Download1,88 Kb. Artist Related tabs and Sheet Music. F This life would just be so easy A5 G5 F Not enough time for all that I want for you A5 G5 F E5 D5 Not enough time for every kiss and every touch and all the nights A5 I wanna be inside you A5 We will make time stop for. the two of us F Make time stop and listen for our sighs A5 G5 F Not enough time for all that I want for you A5 G5 F E5 D5 Not enough time for every kiss and every touch and all the nights A5 I wanna be inside you E5. D5 A5 Make time stop make time stop A5 In our fight against the end F Making love we are immortal. A5 We are the last two to be left on earth.
INXS performs in the music video "Never Tear Us Apart" off their album "Kick" recorded for Atlantic Records. Michael Hutchence sings and the band plays the song as they walk near several landmarks and the riverfront in the Czechoslovakian city of Prague. 0Check in. X I'm Watching This! Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends.
Don't Change was INXS's first single to be released internationally. There's another way to look at it: this was the last time INXS could really be called ours. Shabooh Shoobah was the third INXS album, recorded in Sydney with Mark Opitz. The young producer was taking his first stab at pop music after mainly recording rock acts as apprentice to the legendary production and writing team of Harry Vanda and George Young. More importantly, it was the first INXS album to get widespread international release, reaching No 52 on the Billboard charts and leading to commensurate American touring. From here on in all INXS albums would be released around the world, and this paved the way for the international domination which started in earnest 18 months down the track via the release of Original Sin. So Shabooh Shoobah was the last album written by a Sydney band for an Australian audience.
|B1||Burn For You||4:45|
|B2||Dancing On The Jetty||4:40|
- Artwork By [Design] – JM/X=X
- Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Mark Opitz
- Written-By – A. Farriss*, M. Hutchence* (tracks: A2 to B2)
Recorded live In Melbourne 4th November 1985.
Published by Virgin Music (Publishers) Ltd.
Original sound recording made by Phonogram International BV (Baarn)
℗ 1986 Phonogram Int BV (Baarn)
© 1986 Phonogram Int BV (Baarn)
Track times do not appear on the release.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 042288445111
|7-258836||INXS||This Time (7", Single)||WEA||7-258836||Australia||1985|
|884 123-7||INXS||This Time (7", Single)||Mercury||884 123-7||Spain||1985|
|884 123-1||INXS||This Time (12", Maxi)||Mercury||884 123-1||France||1985|
|78 94977||INXS||This Time (7", Single)||Atlantic||78 94977||Canada||1985|
|884 123-1 Q||INXS||This Time (12")||Mercury||884 123-1 Q||Germany||1985|