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INXS - Baby Don't Cry album download
INXS - Baby Don't Cry album download
Performer: INXS
Title: Baby Don't Cry
Released: 1992
Style: Pop Rock
Rating: 4.9/5
Format: MP3 FLAC MIDI ADX MOD VOC AC3 AUD TTA
FLAC size: 1482 mb | MP3 size: 1926 mb | WMA size: 1168 mb
Genre: Rock

Baby Don't Cry" is the second single from the 1992 album Welcome to Wherever You Are by INXS. It was written by Andrew Farriss. Farriss has said it was written about his daughter Grace and how he missed his young child whilst touring. The single was released only in Europe (UK) and Australia In November, the band won one of two Australian Music Awards for Best Best Video for 'Baby Don't Cry', the other for Best Australian Band. CD5 maxi single INXCD20 Mercury/UK CD5 maxi single – 45099-05922 EastWest/Australia. Questions (Instrumental)". Baby Don't Cry (Vocal & Orchestra Mix)". 7" single INXMC20 Mercury.

Baby don't cry. Face to face Anything is possible Not political, or analytical Never givin up on the wrong You got a choice Why don't you use it Change, is an attitude Guaranteed to take hold of you So welcome, to the turnstile Take a turn with a new vow Hey, I know what you know All the sympathy Made a mess of me Respect. the sacrifice Before the number one Now it has begun. Baby don't cry Baby don't cry Baby don't cry Baby don't cry. More on Genius. Baby Don’t Cry" Track Info.

Baby Don't Cry" is the second single from the 1992 album Welcome to Wherever You Are by INXS. The single was released only in Europe (UK) and Australia.

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INXS performed at Wembley Stadium on 13 July 1991, during their "Summer XS" tour stop in London to a sold-out audience of 74,000 fans. This performance was recorded and filmed to become Live Baby Live, a live album that was released in November 1991 and peaked in the Top 30 in the Australia and UK album charts. The album had less success on The Billboard 200. A video version of the album was also released under the same title. This concert was the band's most well-attended show of all time; according to a 2017 article by Paul Donoughue of AB. et.