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INXS - Greatest Video Hits (1980 - 1990) Album

INXS - Greatest Video Hits (1980 - 1990) Album

  • Performer: INXS
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: Greatest Video Hits (1980 - 1990)
  • Released: 1990
  • Label: Warner Special Products
  • Catalog: OPCR-2001 - MPEG
  • Country: US
  • MP3 version size: 1039 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2685 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 052

Tracklist

1(Love Is) What I Say
2Mediate
3The One Thing
4 Disc 1 - INXS1.MPG
5Suicide Blonde
6Spy Of Love
7What You Need
8I Send A Message
9Devil Inside
10Never Tear Us Apart
11 Disc 2 - INXS2.MPG
12Burn For You
13Melting In The Sun
14The Loved One
15Stay Young
16Dancing On The Jetty
17Kiss The Dirt
18Need You Tonight
19Just Keep Walking
20Guns In The Sky
21This Time
22Listen Like Thieves
23Original Sin
24All The Voices
25New Sensation
26Don't Change

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
50172-3INXS Greatest Video Hits (1980-1990) ‎(VHS, Comp, NTSC)AVision Entertainment50172-3US1990
PA-91-335INXS Greatest Video Hits (1980-1990) ‎(Laserdisc, NTSC)Pioneer ArtistsPA-91-335US1990
082 572-1INXS Greatest Video Hits (1980-1990) ‎(Laserdisc, Comp, PAL)Polygram Music Video082 572-1UK1990
WML5-7008INXS Greatest Video Hits (1980-1990) ‎(Laserdisc, 12", NTSC, CLV)WEAWML5-7008Japan1990
082 572-3INXS Greatest Video Hits (1980-1990) ‎(VHS, Comp)Polygram Music Video082 572-3UK1990

Notes

Identical to the VHS Release
Including Interviews and Videos

Interactive MPEG

System Requirements:

-CPU - 386SX/25, or higher
-RealMagic or RealMacig compatible playpack controller
-VGA or multisync display
-VGA or SuperVGA with VESA or IBM compliant feature connector
-4MB RAM
-CD-Rom drive capable of at least 150KB/sec sustained transfer rate
- Microsoft Windows 3.1 or higher
-DOS 5.0 or higher
-Requires RealMagic Driver 2.01 (included) or higher

Both discs contain an .exe file of the video player, small stills from the videos (32x32 pix) and a videofile (INXS1.MPG for disc 1; INXS2.MPG for disc 2) The player should cut the files up to individual clips (via an .ini file)