"Don't Change" was the last song on 1982's Shabooh Shoobah and the second single from the album (after "The One Thing.") It reached #80 on the U.S. charts, so it was not a big hit at the time, but is widely regarded as on of the band's best songs. Sound-wise, "Don't Change" comes off almost as a rocked up version of Roxy Music, with big, atmospheric keyboards and a great chorus.
Of course, the band followed up Shabooh Soobah with four consecutive platinum albums, including 1987's Kick (which sold 6 million units in the U.S. alone.) The nineties were tougher on INXS, and the original lineup ended with the tragic death of lead singer Michael Hutchence in 1997. I suppose that the stories of virtually all rock bands are tragic in the end. Still, it is cool to go back in time, so to speak, and see them as a young Australian band doing a simple video of a great song.
Note: The INXS/Jimmy Barnes song "Good Times" was posted on ERV in September 2013.