21, 1996 (from Dana Gross):
to a Mercury records meeting held this past Wednesday, the producer of
the new INXS album is indeed Bruce Fairbairn, who recently worked with
the Cranberries. The songs are written and the band goes into the studio
in Vancouver on April 15th. There is also the possibility that there will
be two "funkier" tracks produced by Dallas Austin. Mercury will be pushing
for a September release.
12, 1996 (from FRASER):
Daily Mirror - page 1 !
bail out my Paula"
Michael Hutchence has vowed to bail out broke lover Paula Yates, and save
her from losing her home.
Mum of three Paula - pregnant and facing debts of strl100,000 - is so
behind in her mortgage payments her house could be repossessed in three
weeks. But INXS singer Michael pledged "If Paula and the kids are likely
to lose their home I'll stop that happening. I have enough to help, an
that's what I'll do."
Michael, 36, also lashed at Paula's enemies portraying her as a "Rose
West figure" and himself as an "Evil Stepfather."
then continued on pages 2 & 3! some interesting stuff that he said:
a girl" ... "The scans showed it"...."I'm very excited about this." "I'm
really looking forward to becoming a father. I know some people don't
think I will stick around very long because rock stars don't do that sort
of thing. But Paula and I are truly very happy together." "We love each
other and I feel very protective towards her at the moment"
12, 1996 (from Steph Robinson):
in the Daily Telegraph (Sydney) reports today:
to have been reported to have said that he is looking forward to being
a father. He is said to be truly in love with Yates and very protective
of her. She has been quoted as being in financial difficulties.
1, 1996 (from FRASER):
a report in a Scottish newspaper, which has quite a reliable music page,
that Andrew will be producing for the band GUN, a Scottish band whose
last album was pretty successful in the UK.
singer said something like "We love INXS's music, it the kind of vibe
we are looking for"
1, 1996 (from email@example.com):
Here is a
small article found in a local gig guide for South Australia...
(DB Magazine #112, 28 Feb - 5 Mar 1996, pg 19)
taken on new management and signed a world-wide recording contract with
Mercury Records. The band are currently talking to a number of producers
with a view to begin recording a new album before Easter and have appointed
Paul Craig of Sound Management Associates in London to become their world-wide
manager. Craig has worked with INXS since the 1988 Kick album campaign
as their European Management representative.