Even the bands I dig don't have a history of attaining mass consumption.
See, to me, rock'n'roll doesn't have any point. It's just fun. It has a million different angles and they're all valid. But I think rock might be a world issue.
Since Elizabeth, I certainly live a healthier lifestyle.
I guess I'm about ready to promote myself in a more human way. I don't feel quite so insecure.
For me, it's all about The Dubliners by James Joyce. I love The Dead.
But Sneaky Pete was great. I didn't bug him about Gram. Not too much, anyway.
CDs, too. Totally corporate. They look real cheap and soulless and they don't smell of anything.
When I was 14 years old, I was a huge fan of the Velvets, the Stooges and the Modern Lovers. They are my three favourite bands. I never get sick of 'em.
Some of our stuff ends up looking too corporate. I'm going to be a lot stricter from now on.