The eventual troubled mind of INXS rock band founder and lead singer , Michael Hutchence , who suicided in a Sydney hotel in 1997, could be reflected in the above sleeve on a not for sale promotion record found in a Townsville , North Queensland , op shop. Hutchence spent time on nearby Magnetic Island and on one visit to a café gave a staff member a $20 note to get him a packet of cigarettes, then told her to keep the change . Another Townsville discovery is the 1983 INXS , Dance, see Sabotage cover art below , a 45 recorded at Emerald City Studios , Sydney , manufactured and distributed by WEA Records. A former boyfriend of Kylie Minogue, Hutchence fathered a child, called Heavenly Hiraani Tiger Lily, with the former wife of Bob Geldof, Paula Yates, who later died from a heroin overdose. Tiger Lily was the subject of a bitter custody dispute at the time of Michael's death and he had a wild telephone conversation with Geldof the night he suicided . Tiger Lily's half sister , Peaches Geldof , also died of a heroin overdose in April l ast year . Tiger Lily vowed to look after her sister's two children ; Michael Hutchence's sister issued an open letter urging Tiger Lily to return to Australia. *4TTT-FM is Townsville's pioneering community radio station which will be the subject of a series later this year .