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As long as it says Metallica on the record it’s Metallica.
Everytime we put a record out, we lose people that can’t deal with the growth.
My father’s record collection was all country. That’s how I was exposed to it.
You’re always in a different headspace when you make each record, so hopefully they’re all different. You just pick up things that you wish you hadn’t done on the first one.
You go through life experiences. Each record captures a different turning point in my life.
There’s something very reassuring… about the written record.
I feel like I am a celebrity for no reason, like people are resentful I didn’t have to play bars for 10 years to get a record deal.
I don’t compose, actually. I just record. I’m the opposite of a composer in my way of working. I’m more instinctive.
As every teenage girl, I was absolutely obsessed with The Beatles, and the first record I bought was ‘Please Please Me.’ I’d have been 13 at the time.
I can’t immediately get all this coverage when my record comes out. The way I sell gold and platinum records is by being on the road.
Since I was 9 years old, I have been working, hustling to find my own projects – from telenovelas to record deals, etc. etc. Way before I met my husband.
Seven and the Ragged Tiger took six months to record and finish.
I don’t think the label cares about an album… People just want their number-one record.
I bought a Dutch barge and turned it into a recording studio. My plan was to go to Paris and record rolling down the Seine.
Bob Dylan did the first really long record – Like A Rolling Stone – I think it was four minutes.