Maybe the court only wanted the main songwriters of the band (Rob, Glenn, KK, and Ian...Ian did help with the songwriting at some point). The plaintiffs must have thought those four wrote the song (even though it was done by someone else) and therefore were the ones responsible for putting in that subliminal message. I don't know...it's just a guess... [Show/Hide Quoted Message](Quoting Message by tasnam1 from Monday, June 22, 2009 10:56:06 PM)
I know this is a 'Who Cares' question, but I'll throw it out;
The Trial in Denver seemed to be missing Dave Holland. Why? He was a member of the band.
Obviously he was NOT a member when the album was recorded, so I would assume perhaps that is why he did not have to be present.
But if that was the case shouldn't Les Binks have been called? He was a member at the time of recording.
Which brings me to my next point, if Les Binks wqas not called perhaps it was because he was a 'contractor' or NON-Vested member of the band.
Maybe Dave Holland was a contractor as well and NON-Vested member all along.
Question #2 - Do you think Scott Travis is a contractor or is he a Vested member?
Thoughts on all of the above?
I know, I know who cares about this past crap.......