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Inxs warning

Post by rigidy » 12 Feb 2015, 08:22

Read this just now. Thought it best that I share it
http://www.ausband.com.au/modules.php?n ... c&t=270754
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Re: Inxs warning

Post by drbass » 12 Feb 2015, 08:24

"The topic or post you requested does not exist"

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Re: Inxs warning

Post by rigidy » 12 Feb 2015, 08:29

Wow. It's been deleted already
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Inxs warning

Post by rigidy » 12 Feb 2015, 08:31

It said beware of the guy running the Australian inxs show. Over the last year he has gone through a number of members. The message basically said he was a d***.
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Post by Aussie Mark » 12 Feb 2015, 09:13

I'm sure they're not the only band in the country that features a d***head. D***heads abound in band land.

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Re: Inxs warning

Post by rodl2005 » 12 Feb 2015, 09:19

+1 even closet d!cks
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Re: Inxs warning

Post by Petebass » 12 Feb 2015, 09:34

rigidy wrote:It said beware of the guy running the Australian inxs show. Over the last year he has gone through a number of members. The message basically said he was a dick
Which one? There are several. The one I did some fill in his with in Sydney were top blokes.
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Re: Inxs warning

Post by Aussie Mark » 12 Feb 2015, 09:56

Petebass wrote:
rigidy wrote:It said beware of the guy running the Australian inxs show. Over the last year he has gone through a number of members. The message basically said he was a dick
Which one? There are several. The one I did some fill in his with in Sydney were top blokes.
I believe the OP was referring to the Melbourne based show, given it was a Melband forum link.

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Re: Inxs warning

Post by stoneboy26 » 12 Feb 2015, 18:46

It's this band https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Aust ... 8523014606

I had a run-in with the now ex-singer after checking out a show and, as someone who regularly reviews gigs on top of watching, playing and shooting them, gave them some feedback on a professional level, he proceeded to insult me personally and block me on facebook. I'd met their drummer a number of times and it was the drummer who got me into the show. He appreciated the feedback and then I informed him of his singer's response. I didn't really hear back.

I've also heard that members of this band have been hitting up other inxs tribute bands looking to fill in or if they have openings. And the singer had been doing a bunch of other stuff that wasn't taken too well by others in the tribute scene down here.

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Re: Inxs warning

Post by Rude_Mechanical » 12 Feb 2015, 19:44

Hey, if sledging is okay on the forum now, there's several bands I could vent about...

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Re: Inxs warning

Post by BassLine » 12 Feb 2015, 22:58

Rude_Mechanical wrote:Hey, if sledging is okay on the forum now, there's several bands I could vent about...

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Good point - once one person starts....

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