...after two weeks. Some people here will remember that a couple of weeks ago I reported that I finally managed to get into a band. Yesterday I checked my emails to see if there was anything important. I noticed an email from this band's rhythm guitarist, and I was thinking 'hang on, that's weird, they never usually email me'. So I read it and it turns out that they have decided to get rid of me. Now ordinarily this wouldn't be a big deal but if for the following: 1. When I went to that first audition, I'd heard literally TWO songs of a 40+ song list they'd all written. Both of which were terrible quality (so I didn't know what I was listening to) and that were the only songs that they'd actually recorded. 2. I asked the band for some chord sheets, so that I could at least look at the songs away from band and the demo tapes. I asked this since the first audition. Guess what I got? One song's chord sheet, written in jibberish, and which made no sense. It basically said 'this songs chords are X, Y and Z'. Which is no good considering this song isn't one that was on the demo tapes and wasn't one they'd done in the rehearsals I'd been at, and so I didn't even know what this song was supposed to have sounded like. 3. This band seemed chronically dis-organised. There was no schedule of songs for each practice, and so it resulted in the longer-standing band members wasting time noodling about and yattering about stuff, whilst I sat in the corner not having a clue what was going on. Also, given that studio time is c.$25 an hour, and we were doing 3hr practices, it was an incredible waste of my time to be sat around not actually playing. I paid roughly $40 over two weeks for the pleasure of this mess. I'm tempted to fly off the handle and have a go at these band members for this. Anyone got any advice, something that's going to make me feel better about this whole mess?