IMPORTANT NOTICE to all valued readers: Reading the same content on So called PostChronicle or tPCtrends, tPCtrending,tPCtrender, funtuna, newstrem, latestnewser, PingsPedia, Oddepia, wallStreeit, Wal-Martt, PicturesPortal and todaynewsgazette_blogspot_com likes BlogSpots? It is probably because they ripped off TodayNewsGazette.Com
Comments Off

Michael Hutchence Autoerotic Asphyxiation

Advertisements

Michael Hutchence Autoerotic Asphyxiation, Zombies, eh? There’s a reason they’re such an enduring figure on the pop-culture landscape. There’s something very fundamentally horrifying about the notion of something once vital and alive denied a dignified end, shambling along without any purpose beyond an unfocussed drive to somehow cling to the last vestiges of human life whilst simultaneously transformed into a grotesque parody of what it once was.

On a related subject, INXS announced they were no more on stage in Perth on Sunday night.

There’s currently some question about whether or not this was an official split — apparently a statement will be forthcoming later today — but given that the once globe-trotting international superstars were opening for Matchbox 20 (and let’s just pause for a moment and let that sink in: INXS split while supporting Matchbox freakin’ 20) it’s hard to see why they would continue. They’ve given it a red hot go in the decade and a half since the death of frontman Michael Hutchence (in what was either a suicide or a tragic auto-erotic asphyxiation accident, depending on which you find less distasteful) and, unfair as it may sound, that has proved that a Hutchence-less INXS is no INXS at all.

A band may be a gang, or a family, or a democracy, but there are precious few established groups who have survived losing a singer and continued successfully. It’s never easy, but bands can survive losing a key songwriter – Suede enjoyed success after losing guitarist Bernard Butler in 1994, and Depeche Mode were ultimately more successful when Vince Clarke left to form Yazoo (and, later, Erasure) in 1981, forcing Martin Gore to lift his songwriting game – but few are the bands who have thrived after the voice has gone.

_________________________________________
Please feel free to send if you have any questions regarding this post , you can contact on

TodayNewsGazette

Advertisements
Tags: 

Bookmark and Promote!

Disclaimer: The views expressed on this site are that of the authors and not necessarily that of TodayNewsGazette.com.