Coming to theaters across North American on December 9th is Live Baby Live, INXS's legendary 1991 show at London's Wembley Stadium, which makes its big screen debut. The concert film has been fully restored from the original 35mm print to create a new widescreen 4K Ultra HD version. The film also now includes a previously unseen "lost" track and a brand new Dolby Atmos audio mix by the band's executive music producer Giles Martin and Sam Okell, created at Abbey Road Studios.

New to the film is "Lately" from the band's 1990's X album, which is now returned to its rightful position in the concert setlist. For theater and ticket info, log on to INXScinema.com.

Guitarist Tim Farriss said in the press release for the revamped film, "We were just six blokes from Australia that treated Wembley Stadium like just another pub gig, we went in with a PA and a few lights and played our asses off. No ego ramps, no back-up singers, no props, no grand pianos etc, just the six of us -- and the audience went nuts! That's all we needed!"

Farris told us that although headlining Wembley Stadium has got to be the peak moment for any band -- INXS shows were always about connection -- not numbers: "We played Wembley when we toured with Queen for all of Europe and the UK, so to come back and do our own show there was a certain emotional sense of victory. We never wrote with a venue in mind, if y'know what I mean; we always wrote with the passion of how we felt at the time. And the performances in the studio would be the same as if they were live -- but without people cheering, which really does change things quite a lot."

AUDIO: TIM FARRISS ON INXS PLAYING WEMBLEY