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All my vocals were recorded at home, which was great for me. You can actually have a studio in a computer program called ProTools. I did half the record with ProTools.
 

Artistic development is a thing of the past, sadly.
 

I don't avoid confrontation, people should know that.
 

I probably listen to Burn more than any of them, because it was so new me, so novel. To see my name on an actual record was such an incredible feeling.
 

I saw what Purple meant to people and I still hear it now when I'm in Europe. I'm always shocked that I'm still asked about Purple because it was such a long time ago.
 

I think we have two very important missions in life. One is to find out who we really are and the other one is to taste as much of life and experience as much of life as we can.
 

I would hope it's better, but I'm actually acknowledging now that I want to explore all these levels from a whisper to a scream with this gift I've been given.
 

I've always loved music, very simply, as a vehicle to express myself and that hasn't changed.
 

I've always thought live albums were cop-outs.
 

I've never been uncomfortable putting my heart on display, my feelings on display, certainly with an audience.
 

In the last couple of years I've been facing down a lot of the demons of the past and trying to find out, who I am, It's something I think I'll be doing for the rest of my life.
 

Most of the albums that have taken long have been related to illness and fatigue or producer problems.
 

My voice is an instrument.
 

Not necessarily, a lot of my songs are firmly tongue in cheek.
 

The only one I really like is a song called Saccharine.
 

The other thing that was very noticeable on that tour, not so much in the video, was the new young element that were coming to our shows... I started to see some very young people in the audience... maybe 14, 15, 16 years old.
 

What anybody else thinks about you is really of no consequence. It's what you think of yourself.
 

When certain bootleg companies started off and they would take maybe ten per cent of whatever they got and help fuel new bands, which I'm cool with, I think that's a good idea. Most of the record companies are not doing that.
 

Whitesnake more than most rock bands would get a very significant percentage of women in the audience and those were the ones I'd hear the voices because from where I am on stage is a pretty good spot.
 

With all the highs and lows I've had in my life, I wouldn't change anything. So no, I don't, this is what I'm supposed to be doing.
 


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