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QUOTE OF THE WEEK: You’d think after...

QUOTE OF THE WEEK: You’d think after hitting a young girl in the face with a bottle (he threw it into the crowd at a concert after someone heaved it at him) that Skid Row’s bratty lead singer Sebastian Bach would be a teeny bit apologetic. Don’t hold your breath. In fact, after reading Bach’s interview in the new issue of RIP magazine--his first account of the December, 1989, incident--you might want to hold your nose. “Hey, man, it wasn’t like everybody said,” he explains. “She wasn’t hurt that bad. She had 15 stitches on the top of her eye. She was in the hospital for all of 45 minutes. The worst thing this poor girl had to suffer was the mental damage afterward, because kids--Skid Row fans--were going up to her and slapping her in the face when she was at the 7-Eleven, going ‘You’re trying to take Sebastian’s money?’ . . . Everyone forgot I was the one who got hit first. They made it look like some psycho-rock drug-metal (jerk) from doom broke this little girl’s face. I just cracked her eyebrow.”


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