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Michael Hutchence

1999 studio album by Michael Hutchence

Michael Hutchence

1999 studio album by Michael Hutchence
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Biography

Michael Hutchence is the only solo posthumous album by INXS frontman Michael Hutchence. It was released on 14 December 1999, just over two years after Hutchence’s death.
Hutchence began work on what would become his posthumous solo album in 1995 with Tim Simenon. He then phoned Gang of Four guitarist Andy Gill and asked him to play on the album. Ten minutes later he phoned back and asked Gill to co-write the album. Gill joined Hutchence at his house and home studio in Roquefort-les-Pins and over a five-month period continued to write and record in France and London. They were fans of Black Grape and decided to enlist Black Grape producer Danny Saber as co-producer with Gill of the album. After Hutchence’s death in 1997, Gill asked U2 singer, and Hutchence’s friend, Bono to record additional lyrics which were added to the track “Slide Away”.
This album was simply dedicated to “Tiger” in reference to Hutchence’s daughter, Heavenly Hiraani Tiger Lily Hutchence. The last song that Hutchence worked on before his death was “Possibilities”, which is track 2 on the album.

Compiler

Andy Gill

Genre

Alternative rock electronic

Label

V2

Length

52:43

Producer

Andy Gill Michael Hutchence Danny Saber

Recorded

1995 1997

Released

14 December 1999

Studio

Real World Studios, Nomis Studios, London, and Andy Gill's home studio, London.

Name

Michael Hutchence

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