Indecent Obsession also seen as Obsession were an Australian Tell Me Something (12 Remix) - Indecent Obsession - Tell Me Something rock band formed early The Tribute - DJ Hydra - Alberto DJ - DJ Rayx - Bring U More in Brisbane with founding mainstays Daryl Sims on drums and Michael Szumowski on keyboards.
By the line-up also included Andrew Coyne on lead guitar and David Dixon on lead vocals. In May they issued their debut single, " Say Goodbye ", which peaked at No. When issued in the US it peaked at No. It reached No. For the Asian market the band used the shortened name, Obsession. In they were the first Western act to tour South Africa after the lifting of the cultural isolation during the apartheid era. They were "greeted by screaming fans and scenes of mass hysteria", both their second album, Indioand one of its singles, " Kiss Me ", peaked at No.
The following year they issued another studio album, Relativitybefore disbanding a year later. Indecent Obsession were Tell Me Something (12 Remix) - Indecent Obsession - Tell Me Something early in in Brisbane by David Dixon on lead vocals and Mick Szumowski on keyboards.
Indecent Obsession relocated to Melbourne, where they became known for their "mix of pop rock and dance-pop songs". I get frustrated when I'm not recognised as a musician". In the Asian region Indecent Obsession performed and released material under the shortened name of Obsession. Andrew [Coyne] wanted to stay in LA". The album was produced by Ian Richardson and Nick Coler. David Dixon left Indecent Obsession in to pursue a career in acting, including the role of Joseph in the April Australian stage production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
He worked on UK radio and TV as a presenter and later became a commercial helicopter pilot. He joined dance outfit, The Webb, in the late s, and wrote Bardot's debut single " Poison ". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Encyclopedia of Australian Rock and Pop. Archived from Arabian Nights - Phlabby - Dats Why original on 9 August Retrieved 7 July Australian Rock Database.
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