I started listening to INXS when I was ten or eleven years old. I think I still have the tapes kicking around here...although, I don't have a tape deck to play them in. Lame.
The song that always stuck with me was "Don't Change," off Shabooh Shoobah. That was a powerful song for a depressed, melodramatic kid like me during the ages of eleven, twelve and thirteen. By the time X came out in 1990, my interest in the band had waned, but looking back, INXS was definitely one of the better parts of the 80's.
Please ignore the hair and the fashion. The synth marks this as a totally 80's sort of song, but damn it's good.