The band specifically filmed this show for their first live release and both the band and the audience did not disappoint. It is certainly hard to top the intensity of the crowd during this 90+ minute performance. Not only will this new video release remind you how good this band was and how many hit singles they had, but it also shows how great of a frontman Michael Hutchence was. He stirs up the 70,000 plus audience with his elaborate, emotional stage antics during such classics as "Suicide Blonde" and "What You Need." The original video was cleaned up nicely for this new release, as close-ups and onstage camera work makes you seem that you could not get any closer to the band. The sound from the audience almost drowns out the band during the encore of "Never Tear Us Apart," before the night closes with the energy of "Devil Inside." A couple of nice additions to this video release is the lost footage of INXS' performance of the song "Lately" has been restored and also the studio track "Shining Star" plays during the credits.
If you need to remember how good INXS was, then this is a great place to start. They may be only second to Queen in demanding that size of an audience at the word famous Wembley Stadium, and this new video release proves it. To discover more about this newly released live video from INXS titled "Live Baby Live," please visit eagle-rock.com/inxs-live-baby-live.