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Chessica Silva
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« Reply #15 on: June 10, 2009, 12:34:45 am »

Full Moon, Dirty Hearts', produced by Opitz again, was released in November 1993 and peaked at #3 on the UK charts,[28] #4 in Australia,[5] #8 in Sweden,[47] #9 in Switzerland,[47] #14 in Norway,[47] but did not reach the Top 50 in the US.[8] The title track featured The Pretenders' Chrissie Hynde and another track, "Please (You Got That)", featured Ray Charles. The band made a full video album for the record using unknown Australian students to direct with help by Richard Lowenstein. Full Moon, Dirty Hearts received mixed reviews and was the last record under INXS' contract with Atlantic. The band took time off to rest and be with their families, while Hutchence remained in the public eye through modelling and film acting.[1]

In 1997, the group released a comeback album titled Elegantly Wasted, which garnered mixed reviews. It fared respectably in Australia (#14),[5][48] Canada (#14),[8] France (#30),[48] UK (#16)[28] (where INXS had more success in the 1990s than in the 1980s), Belgium (#7),[48] Switzerland (#13),[48] but only #41 in US.[8]

On 22 November 1997, Hutchence was found dead in his Sydney Ritz-Carlton hotel room.[49] On 6 February 1998, after an autopsy and coronial inquest, New South Wales State Coroner, Derrick Hand, presented his report which ruled that Hutchence's death was a suicide while depressed and under the influence of drugs and alcohol.[49][50][51] Despite the official coroner's report, fans and relatives considered his death accidental.[52][53][54]
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