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INXS - (self-titled debut album)
INXS' self-titled debut album, INXS, was recorded in 1980 at Trafalgar Studios in Annandale, Sydney, with all songs attributed to the entire band, at the insistence of Murphy.
To keep within their budget they had to record from midnight to dawn, usually after doing one of more performances earlier that night.
The album peaked in the Top 30 of the Kent Music Report for Australian albums. The album eventually went gold (selling over 35,000 units) but it took a number of years to do so.
“I’m not a great fan of the first album. It’s naïve and kinda cute, almost. It’s these young guys struggling for a sound. All I can hear is what was going to happen later and it’s probably an interesting album because of that. “Just Keep Walking” was the first time we thought we’d written a song. And that became an anthem around town. It’s funny, I remember kids in pubs saying it and hearing it on the radio the first time. We’d never heard that before.”—Michael Hutchence
All songs written and composed by Garry Gary Beers, Andrew Farriss, Jon Farriss, Tim Farriss, Michael Hutchence, Kirk Pengilly.
|1.||"On a Bus"||3:49|
|3.||"Just Keep Walking"||2:43|
|4.||"Learn to Smile"||4:55|