Sebastian Bach acts like a bitch on Dallas radio station.
Sebastian Bach back in the saddle and acting like a bitch!
The following was posted at Blabbermouth HERE.
Cindy Scull and Robert Miguel of the Dallas, Texas radio station 93.3 The Bone conducted an interview with former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach on November 30, 2007. The chat — which can be heard in its entirety on Cindy and Robert‘s MySpace page — got off on the wrong foot, with Bach voicing his objection over a SKID ROW poster that was apparently hanging on a studio wall and taking issue with Cindy‘s opening question, which had to do with the long gap between Sebastian‘s solo releases. An excerpt from the interview follows:
Cindy: It’s been eight years [since you released your last solo album]. Why the wait? What have you been doing? I know you’ve been acting and stuff. Did you take a break from music on purpose or did you not wanna release a solo album…?
Sebastian: It’s just like you… You just said to me that you’ve been playing my music for 20 years, and I walk in, and you’ve got a big SKID ROW poster in my face. It’s like, I’m aware of 20 years ago. And then you ask me why I spend so long making it… It’s like, I’ve gotta compete with this crap.
Robert: So, not big on SKID ROW then? Not into it still, huh?
Sebastian: Dude, why… Do you hang out with the guys you hung out with in ’89?
Robert: Some of them, yeah.
Sebastian: I don’t, so… That’s you, that’s me. It was a long time ago. I’m just really tired of it.
Robert: So you’re tired of people associating you with a multi-platinum artist…?
Sebastian: No, I’m just tired of talking about the old days. It’s, like, boring to me.
Robert: First of all, you brought it up, though. You brought it up.
Sebastian: No, you brought it up with this right here [apparently slaps the SKID ROW poster that's hanging on the wall].
Robert: I didn’t do that. But first of all… That band sold a lot of records. That was an album I bought on cassette for $7.99 at Sound Warehouse in Irving, Texas.
Sebastian: That’s great. That’s cool. I did this interview 20 years ago, though, in this town. [Laughs]
Robert: Well, we haven’t even started the interview yet and you’re already bagging on the band.
Sebastian: No, I’m not. I’m just over it, dude. Whatever… I don’t know what to tell you.
Make sure to go check the MySpace page link above and listen to Bach spew off the mouth and say things like: "Axl Rose had a falling out with the Planet Earth" and "I’m the drunk guy on Super Group!"
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