When "The One Thing" came out in 1982, it was a slinky, lascivious song with a killer guitar lick and a lead singer who had mega-star written all over him. By the time their third American release The Swing appeared in 1984, INXS were one of the biggest acts in the world. You couldn't turn on your car radio without Michael Hutchence slithering up to you and panting in your ear. The synth-heavy Pop of their earliest records mutated into a pounding dance-rock with sleazoid Stones-iness and unstoppable, Disco-fied grooves. With the dawning of the Grunge era however, the ersatz funk of INXS became utterly obsolete, and the band sank into relative obscurity until Hutchence's tragic death in 1997.