The Loved One - An Authorised Tribute to the Life and Music of Michael Hutchence of INXS
I thought it was time to upload a different kind of video, it should not just be politics and activism all together. 😃
Do you want to know the original man behind MAX Q? - Hence the name of my channel, and because I am a Danish fan and patriot of Trump. 😉
In 1989, a concept album was released under the band name / title MAX Q. One half was Michael Hutchence (who primarily worked as a singer and frontman in the Australian rock band, INXS) and the other half, producer Ollie Olsen (half Australian, half Norwegian). They both wrote half of the song material. Songs about life during Deep State / The Cabal. - The music video 'Way of the World' tells very clearly about life during Deep State, and I posted it as an intro to my channel. 🙂
It was in April last year that I wanted to hear some LPs with INXS and dusted some off the shelf, and I came across MAX Q. I had a few weeks before become known with who / what Q is and Trump's plan for humanity. And then I saw the cover with a red Q and inside the Q an A (Q / Q Anon) = Can I talk about synchronicity? 😃
For those of you who want to see the front cover, it can be found via this link below:
I became familiar with INXS in the late summer of 2000. I did not have to spend time loving them, I loved them immediately from the first day I heard their music! Last year, I realized that the songs (mostly written by Michael Hutchence) had a spiritual character and reference: The song 'New Sensation' is almost a prophetic song about the coming new time, "The Golden Age", when the Cabal finally has lost and people can begin and enjoy freedom under lasting peace and love.
In the summer of 1991, INXS played at a sold-out Wembley Stadium in London for about 78,000 people when they were at their peak. In 1992, they were offered a contract where they would gain more influence and get all the way to the top, but under the control of the music industry. Michael Hutchence and INXS stated a clear NO to this! No one should ever come and dictate their style and appearance, they would rather decide for themselves!
From that day on, their popularity went down right up until Michael Hutchence's sudden and very mysterious death on 22nd November 1997 (interestingly, the same date as JFK's death three decades earlier).
Following the death of Michael Hutchence, INXS has been trying to continue with considering success, with various frontmen, until in November 2012, they officially stopped touring. When I worked for them at the time and helped the mannagement to upload videos on their YouTube channel, I was told that the surviving members felt burned out by the pressure and the high demands placed on them because they as a band could not be allowed to, to drive on in peace without criticism from the public media.
INXS has always been seen as iconic due to Michael Hutchence as their singer. Still, I want to give them the applause and credit that they tried for so long, knowing that Michael would never be able to be replaced. I myself was at a total of three INXS-concerts (between 2003-2011) and thought the band still did really well. Their music still had nerves, soul and presence compared to many other bands who lost their power and energy. Fx U2 as an example (loved them, still do with their old music), that have been peaked many times, but lost their dignity and their true rebellion.
If you're interested in watching this documentary about the man behind MAX Q, settle back and enjoy the little hour it takes.
And finally the big Question: Maybe Michael Hutchence is not dead at all? Maybe he cheated his death and is in fact alive? I am excited to find out in the near future. 😃
Enjoy the film!