19, 1995 (from firstname.lastname@example.org):
the new official INXS Fan Club that is currently coming together. They
received a fax from none other than Garry Gary Beers today... and here
are some exclusive excerpts of what he said:
been very busy this year, enjoying my new studio, as well as my time at
home with my family.
info, I've been flat out in my now finished studio. I've completed one
album that I co-wrote, played and produced with Jack Jones from an Aussie
band named Southern Sons (he sings and plays guitar). This project also
features Dave Leslie (on guitar) from Baby Animals and John Mackay who
played with me in Absent Friends. The project is called 'Mudhead' and
the record is called 'Bite The Wax Tadpole'. Hopefully I'll get it released
in the US sometime next year. Maybe I can give you a snippet for the 'net'.
played bass on yet another record by my mate Richard Clapton, recorded
in my studio. Also, I'm halfway through a 'playing & production' of
a young songwriter named Nicola Quilter, as well as halfway through a
production of a young Sydney band - a 3 piece, who are VERY, VERY good
and who need a name! Maybe our fan club members can help?"
to rise to the challenge? Send your suggestions to email@example.com: All
ideas will be compiled and forwarded to Garry...)
on my Christmas wishes to all our fans out there!... Sincerely, Garry
A very nice
little INXmaS gift for all of us, no??
12, 1995 (from firstname.lastname@example.org):
commercial currently running on UK TV for Budweiser with the background
music being Michael's rendition of Iggy Pop's "The Passenger" from the
"Batman Forever" soundtrack. (Hey - I don't like Budweiser, but you've
got to support them now!)
the successful Australian singer (and former INXS back-up singer) has
headed back into the studio to record two tracks with our very own Tim
Farriss and Jeremy Allom (Massive Attack). The songs are a smooth uptempo
ballad, "This Christmas," and a funky version of the Pretender's classic
"2000 Miles." The two songs are being included as a limited edition single
with her latest CD, "Salvation Jane."
than never - but I've just found out that in the November '95 issue of
British Elle, Michael interviews Germaine Greer, the famous Australian
feminist, now residing in UK. He asks her such questions like..."What
do you think have been the major influences of the past 10 years?" and
"You've probably seen the phrase, 'A woman needs a man like a fish needs
a bicycle'. Do you need a man?". Insightful and intelligent, too.
1, 1995 (from the Daily Mirror):
event in the saga that is Michael Hutchence's life. Following the MTV
Europe Awards last week, Michael got into a fight with Liam Gallagher
of Oasis. The issue was over alleged comments that Liam made about Michael's
current girlfriend, Paula Yates. At one point, Liam punched Michael in
the nose, and he almost also threw a fire extinguisher at poor Michael...
Will this silliness never end? I guess not.