A little OT: I find what the band has done recently to be an interesting approach. Once they threw in the towel on Ciaran Gribbin*, their web site reverted back to saying INXS was the band with Hutch, period. It was an interesting reversion, after being engrossed in the show Rock Star:INXS and thinking they were all in with JD Fortune. I sort of get why they backed away from him, but for a while there, he really seemed like the guy. I thought some of the tracks on Switch showed immense potential and I would have liked to have seen where the band would have went with proper time to do an album (Switch seemed a bit rushed to strike while the iron was hot after the TV show, and many of the tunes were written or started before JD was selected).
* After he was announced as the lead singer, I saw an interview with Kirk about him. Before I had a chance to finish telling my wife about it (she being a bigger INXS fan than me), she said, "did Kirk say finding him was 'organic'?" I laughed and said yes. Kirk seemed to pitch these new singers as the most natural thing, which was only funny because it never actually lasted.
To me, the tragedy of Hutch was the 1992 assault, apparently after which he was never the same. Brain injuries can do that.