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The story of INXS, one of Australia's most successful bands, is uncensored. A story of mateship, a story of success and excess, talent and sheer bloody will, set to a throbbing soundtrack.
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INXS: Never Tear Us Apart is a two-part Australian miniseries about the rock band INXS and was originally telecast on 9 February 2014, and concluded on 16 February 2014, produced by Shine Australia and airing on the Seven Network.
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