|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Rooms For The Memory||2||Audio||1987||WEA|
|3||Rooms For The Memory||2||Audio||1987||WEA|
|5||A Straight Line||3||Audio||1999-09-00||V2|
|8||A Straight Line||4||Audio||1999||V2|
|11||Michael Hutchence||13||Audio||1999||V2 Records (2)|
|12||Music Of Michael Hutchence||13||Audio||2012||Music & Sales Group|
|13||Slide Away (Featuring Bono)||4||Audio||1999|
|14||Michael Hutchence||13||Audio||1999||BMG Russia|
Best known as the lead singer of the Australian band [a=INXS],who he fronted for a period covering three decades from the late 70s to the 90s.
Born : January 22, 1960 // North Sydney, NSW, Australia
Died : November 22, 1997 // Sydney, NSW, Australia
On November 21, 1997, Hutchence was in Sydney to promote INXS's twentieth-anniversary reunion tour and their tenth studio album, Elegantly Wasted. However, on November 22, 1997, as his band mates waited for him in a recording studio, a hotel maid at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Double Bay, Sydney, discovered Hutchence's body. Although much speculation has always surrounded Hutchence's death, a coroner's inquest ruled that the 37-year-old rock star had committed suicide during a "depressive state" by hanging himself with his belt after having ingested a combination of beer, champagne, vodka, cocaine, the anti-depressant Prozac, and other prescription drugs.
Michael was cremated and his ashes divided into thirds. His father and mother each received 1/3 of his remains, as did his partner, Paula Yates. His father, Kelland, spread his share of Michael's ashes in Rose Bay, Sydney Harbour. A solo album, Michael Hutchence, was released posthumously.
Michael's grave site is located at the Northern Suburbs Memorial Gardens and Crematorium
Delhi Road, North Ryde 2113
New South Wales Australia
Phone: (02) 9887-2033