My idea of a good hit is when the victim wakes up on the sidelines with train whistles blowing in his head... I like to believe that my best hits border on felonious assault.
People quickly forget that people are people.
I like to believe that my best hits border on felonious assault.
If I had to go into a battle and I needed someone loyal and courageous to cover my blindside, I know damn well Woody would be my man. I know, too, that God hasn't created a more generous, compassionate, or more understanding man than Woody Hayes.
Since I didn't spend a great amount of time on writing the lyrics, some people would argue that they're too vague or simplistic, but I think it's kind of good. I wouldn't say they're all stream of consciousness, but they're not necessarily overwrought.
The fact that I fell into this seemed more like a stroke of good fortune than hard work. Not to say that I didn't work hard, but it wasn't like, "I'm going to be a musician."
I like Ministry, but I'm probably never going to make a song that sounds like Ministry.
I make the music that I make because that's what naturally comes to me.
I still write poetry from time to time, but my whole life is so music-oriented at this point that it's hard for me to even think about having other hobbies.
It always felt like I had to be a realist.
I did a lot of writing when I was in college, and that's what I thought I wanted to do; saying that I wanted to be a writer seemed more reasonable than saying I wanted to be a musician.
I was just working on music and reading. It was relaxing. I would just stay up so late for no reason because I was bored.
I didn't try and say anything terribly meaningful. I'm definitely not a social commentator at all.
I don't place too much importance on words. It's always the last thing I do because I'm definitely more interested in mood.
I was a very private person. All of a sudden, to see myself all over the internet and be like, "Oh god, do I want people to even hear this stuff?"
It was like an exponential weed. And people treated me as if I was an established musician. I wasn't.
I dabble in hip-hop, but my knowledge is so minimal, it's not even worth talking about.
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