Disappear (INXS song)

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"Disappear"
Disappear INXS.jpg
Single by INXS
from the album X
B-side"Middle Beast"
Released8 December 1990
Recorded1990
Length4:08
Label
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)Chris Thomas
INXS singles chronology
"Suicide Blonde"
(1990)
"Disappear"
(1990)
"By My Side"
(1991)

"Disappear" is a song by Australian rock band INXS, the second single taken from their album X. The song was written by Jon Farriss and Michael Hutchence while they were living together in Hong Kong in 1989.

"Disappear" peaked at number eight on the US Billboard Hot 100 in February 1991, becoming the band's seventh and final top-ten single. In Canada, the song reached number one for two weeks. It was a lesser hit on the UK Singles Chart, peaking at number 21 in December 1990. At the APRA Music Awards of 1992 the song won Most Performed Australian Work Overseas.[1]

B-sides[edit]

The B-sides are a Coldcut remix of their 1985 hit "What You Need" and a solo composition called "Middle Beast", which was written and performed by bassist Garry Beers.

Track listing[edit]

Charts[edit]

References[edit]

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