I Get Up
|"I Get Up"|
|Single by INXS|
|Released||23 December 2003|
|Songwriter(s)||Andrew Farriss and Jon Stevens.|
|INXS singles chronology|
"I Get Up" was a single that was released in 2003 by Australian band INXS. The song was written by Andrew Farriss and Jon Stevens. It was the first new material by INXS since their former frontman Michael Hutchence died by suicide on 22 November 1997. The lead singer on "I Get Up" is former Noiseworks frontman Jon Stevens. It is the only studio recorded material by INXS with Stevens singing. Stevens resigned from INXS by the end of 2003 because of "differing views" about the bands' future. "I Get Up" was used as one of the tracks on the EA Sports Rugby series Rugby 2004.
- "I Get Up"
- "I Get Up (Rogue Traders Radio Edit)"
- "I Get Up (Rogue Traders Remix)"
|Australian ARIA Singles Chart||72|
- AAP (10 October 2003). "INXS go back to square one". Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 28 May 2014.
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