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|Single by INXS
|from the album Full Moon, Dirty Hearts
|Alternative rock, hard rock
|Andrew Farriss and Michael Hutchence
|INXS singles chronology
"Time" is the third single from the 1993 album Full Moon, Dirty Hearts , by Australian rock band INXS. The song was written by Andrew Farriss and Michael Hutchence.
The single was only ever released in Japan and Australia as a "Souvenir EP" to coincide with the "Dirty Honeymoon Tour" in Australia and the Southern Hemisphere.
The B-sides on the maxi CD single and cassette releases include live performances of "Communication" and "Taste It" from Welcome to Wherever You Are , as well as "The Gift" and "Please" from Full Moon, Dirty Hearts, which were all recorded on 8 May 1993 in Santa Monica, California on the "Get Out of the House" tour.
CD maxi single (45099-51582) and cassette maxi single (45099-51584)
|Australian ARIA Singles Chart
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