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Someone forgot to tell Michael
Hutchence one of the cardinal rules
here: dont throw the cards!
Hutchence threw them anyway;
cards with the words of the INXS
song, "Mediate," on them into the
audience. Yep, just like the video.
Obviously, Carolina fans got the idea
from him, right?
INXS filled the Smith Center
Friday night with loyal, cheering fans
and gave them exactly what they
wanted songs just like the album
cuts, one right after another, with
barely a pause in between.
And the audience loved it.
Opening for them were Ziggy
Marley and the Melody Makers, who
played fun electric reggae with
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INXS provide evening of
indistinguishable lyrics and strong
background beats for an hour.
Unpretentious Marley obviously had
crowds of fanatics apart from the
INXS maniacs. His fans stood and
danced the entire time. Gradually,
others stood, affected by the rhythm,
if not the words.
Marley's biggest response came
from singing "Tomorrow People," a
song played so often on MTV and
pop stations that most people jumped
up, if they weren't up by then.
Makers deliver a dose of reggae
hands and feel,
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Between sets, MTV presented a
short film of senseless clips, ads and
music. The crowd breathed a sigh of
relief when this audio assault ended.
INXS just sauntered on stage after
drummer Jon Ferriss began the beat
of "What You Need," one of their
most popular songs to date. Without
a moment to spare, they launched
into a series of songs from their latest
album, Kick, which has been on the
Rolling Stone charts for more than
35 weeks. By the time the concert
ended, INXS had played every song
from that album. ,
Hutchence, the obvious spokes
man, finally acknowledged the crowd
by yelling, "Hello, North Carolina!"
In no time, INXS enthusiastically
launched into another song, and the
crowd yelled along every time. ,
One song done very well was
"Shine Like It Does," which Hut
chence dubbed "the hippy song for
the night," with Kirk Pengilly playing
acoustic guitar. Before anyone could
respond, the rest of the band was back
for "Wild Life." Soon afterward,
Hutchence released his hair from the
ponytail and caused bunches of teen
age girls to go beserk.
The second-to-last song in the set
was the tour title, "Calling All
Nations." They left the stage after
only a little more than an hour of
play, but they'd crammed fifteen
songs into that time. As expected, the
crowd sustained a steady roar for five
minutes until the band returned for
a long encore, blasting through
"Kick" into the medley of "Need You
They finished with "Never Tear Us
Apart," complete with a maddening,
lights-out pause that seemed to last
forever ' while everyone changed
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Cards were not the only mementos
that fanatics took home with them;
they could also choose from water
cups, the roses from Hutchence's hair,
drumsticks and a pair of underwear
thrown onto the stage. He threw the
underwear back but never picked up
the Carolina blue thing also tossed
onto the stage. f
There is no doubt in the world that '
INXS is a superb group of musicians
The DTH Campus Calendar is a daily
listing of University-related activities
sponsored by academic departments,
student services and student organiza
tions officially recognized by the Division
of Student Affairs. To appear in Campus
Calendar, announcements must be sub
mitted on the Campus Calendar form by
i NOON one business day before the
announcement is to run. Saturday and
Sunday events are printed in Friday's
calendar and must be submitted on the
Wednesday before the announcement is
to run. Forms and a drop box are located
- outside the DTH office, 104 Union. Items
of Interest lists ongoing events from the .
same campus organizations and follows
. the same deadline schedule as Campus
Calendar. Please use the same form.
2 p.m. University Career
vices will hold a basic
. information meeting for
seniors and graduate
students on how to use
the UCCPS office in
210 Hanes Hall.
4 p.m: Carolina Students'
Credit Union Opera
tions Committee will
have an organizational
in 208 Union.
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sounding polished, clear and
energetic: The talent shown by
Andrew on keyboards, Tim on lead1
guitar and Jon Farriss combined
with Garry Gary Beers on bass, Kirk
Pengilly on everything else and
Hutchence up front was amazing,
Their popularity is reflected in their
following people of all ages. They
all danced the same way, with their
eyes glued on the stage and singing
along all the way.
5 p.m. Delta Sigma Pi, the
. professional business
fraternity, will have a
1 general informational ,
meeting in T-7 New
Carroll. , " .
' STV will hold an infor-.
, mational meeting for
students interested in
working with the sta
tion in 226 Union.
6 p.m. UNC Sailing Club ,
will have its fall meeting
in 103 Hanes.
6:30 p.m. Order of the Bell
Tower will meet in
7 p.m. Amnesty Interna
tional will hold an
orientation meeting at
the Wesley Founda
tion, 214 Pittsboro St.
A regular group meet-'
ing will follow at 8 p.m.
New members are
' Honor Court will
have a business meet
ing in the Union, with
the 'social beginning at
7:30 p.m. UNC Circle K will
hold its first new
member meeting in 226
; Saunders to discuss
the trail ride to Tennes
see, rides and other
7:45 p.m. BSM Ebony Bead- ;
ers will meet in
Upendo Lounge for an
8:15 p.m. Student Action
Union will meet in 105
8:30 p.m. Fellowship of
will meet in 111
Murphy. Everyone is
9 p.m.' Carolina Associa
tion for Palestinian
Human Bights will
meet in 213 Union. All
interested are urged to
Items of Interest
Executive Branch of the
Student Government commit
tee applications are available in
Suite C of the Union.
Union Gallery committee
presents two exhibits: Paintings by ,
Betty Bell and Mixed Media from
Carolina Union Activities
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HeelMonday, September 12, 19887n
The older fans may have been
disappointed by the absence of sonfe
of the very early 'SOs material, such
as selections from Shabooh. Shoo-
bah, which clearly wouldn't have beeri'
out of place in the set they played. ';' '
Still, the only albums they reprb-
sented The Swing, Listen Ufoe f
Thieves and Kick showed a wealth v
of Australian talent. INXS has gbt
what it takes, in the studio and oil'
the road, giving you what you neei'V
meet in 215
Board committee applications ate1''
available at the Union Desk. i
Delta Sigma Pi, the profe-,,
, sional business fraternity, is having
sign-up for fall rush Sept. 6 through'1'
Sept. 12 in front of Carroll Hall. ' '
Carolina Students' Credit :l
Union is looking for people to work, ,
in all facets of the' organization. ,
Interested students can drop by the '
office in the Union next to the
Great Decisions 'S9 is accept, j
ing applications for its coordinating
committee. Applications and mote
information available in 207'"
The Campus Y Umstead
Committee is accepting students
in the volunteer program at John
Umstead State Psychiatric Hospital.
Students wishing to volunteer must
attend one of three orientation
sessions at the hospital on Sept. 12,
13 or 14. Carpools will be arranged
through the Campus Y.
Student Television will have .
open body meetings Sept. 12, 13 and
14 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in 226
Union. Anyone interested in any
aspect of STV is invited.
UNC Elections Board
petitions available for all students.,
interested in running for openV
Student Congress districts in theall
election. Available Suite C in 217 D;
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