Calling All Nations: A Fan History of INXS (Deluxe Edition Book)
Thousands of journalists have interviewed and told INXS’s story, but this is the story told by those who loved them the most throughout their career and to this day…the fans.
“Calling All Nations – A Fan History of INXS” follows the journey of 6 Australian school boys who wanted to be in a band. Brothers Andrew, Jon and Tim Farriss and school friends Michael Hutchence, Kirk Pengilly and Garry Gary Beers and in 1977 they made it happen.
Over the next 4 decades, they went on to become one of the world’s greatest bands winning countless awards, playing thousands of shows to millions of fans. On July 13, 1991, they delivered the show of their lives at Wembley, Stadium with a career-defining gig.
“Calling All Nations – A Fan History of INXS” is a visual and written history of the band curated from generous contributions of 100s of their fans, as well as memories and archive material from the band themselves.
This Deluxe Edition, available exclusively from INXS.com, comes with a numbered certificate and is strictly limited to only 1250 copies worldwide.
It contains the First Edition Hardback book in a presentation box, with new and reproduced archival items including a 7inch vinyl interview disc, fan club letters, album postcards, polaroid photos, badges and keyring, a gigography and more.
Full Deluxe Edition contents:
* First Edition Hardback
* Numbered Certificate of Authenticity – Deluxe Edition of 1250.
* 68-page INXS Gigography
* Re-pressed 7inch vinyl interview disc from 1998
* Set of album postcards
* Reproduced fan club letters
* Set of KICK guitar picks
* Set of polaroids from Wembley Stadium show, July 1991
* KICK Aftershow pass and lanyard
* Set of INXS pin badges
* Calling All Nations keyring