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Inxs Re-Making Old Hits With Singers From The Killers, Train, Matchbox Twenty

Since the death of singer Michael Hutchence in 1997, Australian hit-makers Inxs have been looking for a way to continue without the face and the voice of smashes like "Need You Tonight," "New Sensation," "Devil Inside" and "Suicide Blonde." Back in 2005, they were the subject of the first season of "Rock Star," a CBS reality show that sought to cast an amateur as their new vocalist (they released one album, 2005's Switch, with show winner J.D. Fortune).

Now they've got a new project in mind. The band is currently working on a new album that will re-imagine some of their biggest hits with new singers, including the Killers' Brandon Flowers, Pat Monahan of Train, Ben Harper and Rob Thomas. A band who replaces a lead singer — especially with one by committee — always puts itself on a slippery slope. Hopefully it turns out better than the disastrous No Talking Just Head, which

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