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“There’s something that happens when a band plays together that is lost when you cut it up too much. I don’t even know if I can find words to say what that is. It’s one experience that you’re listening to. It’s one organism that is expressing itself. There’s a power to that, and we got it. We captured it.”

“I was going for basement tapes. My favorite Stones album is the basement tapes where they just went into a basement and just threw it out, just barfed it out on the tape and done. It’s so dirty, it’s filthy. It’s just amazing. There’s a revolt, and an energy, and an anger and ferocity to that that you just can’t get any other way.”

“That’s what I was thinking, but our songs are not that angry,” Marsters continued. “Some of them are — mine probably are. But we got all the energy, but we also got a good gloss too.”

“It may be our best album. I think you should probably feel that way about everything that you do, but man, I think maybe I’m right this time. It’s just really good. Vocally, hands down, we’ve never been stronger.”

FULL INTERVIEW HERE




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