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INXS – Kick 30 (1987) {2017, 30th Anniversary, Remastered, 3CD + Blu-ray + Hi-Res}

INXS - Kick 30 (1987) {2017, 30th Anniversary, Remastered, 3CD + Blu-ray + Hi-Res}

INXS – Kick 30 (1987) {2017, 30th Anniversary, Remastered, 3CD + Blu-ray + Hi-Res}
3x EAC Rip | FLAC Tracks + Cue + Log
Blu-ray | MPEG-4 AVC Video | Dolby TrueHD (7.1 / 24bit / 48kHz) | LPCM (2.0 / 16bit / 48kHz)
Hi-Res | FLAC Tracks / 24bit / 48kHz | Multichannel (7.1 Surround Sound)
Scans Included
Total Size: 1.17 GB (CDs) + 19.1 GB (BD) + 1.24 GB (Hi-Res FLAC Mch) | 3% RAR Recovery
Label: Atlantic / Rhino | USA | Cat#: R2 565069 | Genre: Pop Rock

4-Disc 30th Anniversary Edition featuring the remastered original album, B-Sides, rare mixes & more across 3CDs plus a Blu-ray disc with the full Kick album mixed in Dolby Atmos immersive surround sound by Giles Martin & all the music videos.Read More

INXS – The Very Best (2011) {Deluxe Edition, 2CD + DVD}

INXS - The Very Best (2011) {Deluxe Edition, 2CD + DVD}

INXS – The Very Best (2011) {Deluxe Edition, 2CD + DVD}
EAC Rip | 2xCD | FLAC Image + Cue + Log | Full Scans Included
DVD-5 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC 16:9 (720×480) VBR | LPCM, 2ch
Total Size: 1.08 GB (CDs) + 3.65 GB (DVD) + 24.8 MB (Scans) | 3% RAR Recovery
Label: Petroelectric / Universal | EU | Cat#: 00600753360002 | Genre: Pop Rock
 
Double CD + a bonus DVD collection of tracks from the Australian rock group. Disc 1 is all the hits, disc 2 is remixes, mash-ups, live tracks, and unreleased material.

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INXS – Shine Like It Does: The Anthology 1979–1997 (2001)

INXS - Shine Like It Does: The Anthology 1979–1997 (2001)

INXS – Shine Like It Does: The Anthology 1979–1997 (2001)
EAC Rip | 2xCD | FLAC Image + Cue + Log | Full Scans Included
Total Size: 1.05 GB (CDs) + 624 MB (Scans) | 3% RAR Recovery
Label: Atlantic / Rhino | USA | Cat#: R2 74262 | Genre: Pop Rock

From the vantage of 2001, the year Rhino released the double-disc retrospective Shine Like It Does: The Anthology (1979-1997), it’s a little hard to believe that the Australian sextet really rivaled U2 for popularity in 1987/1988, when Kick worked its way to multi-platinum global success. At the time, they belonged next to the likes of U2 and R.E.M., two post-punk legends that worked their way into the mainstream because they were a quintessential college rock band of the ’80s, thrillingly balancing style with substance.Read More