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Is it of you know big time rock ‘n roll yet exactly not just a bunch of flicking contrary yet lawyer a lot of again to poppy or rock bands would be doing whatever lot of like using theatrical deficit will be on color with little more qualityand is generic you know being Danish how did you relate to that no being Danish how did you relate to this concept that line does come from the Pledge of Allegiance like how did you relate being in America to what the America that innocence James was writing about in songs like just as we were short a strawand one when I came to America does all this all the stuff that pop out of television I remember just blew my mind that I came right at the time when like Jimmy Swaggart was you know on TVand a Karen all these organized religion stuffand there was so much stuff about like the Hezekiah of the kind Virginia Farrell Falwell Jerry follow Falwelland all thatand what was missing the PMRC in all that stuffand andand Jamesand I mean we would just have a field day being contrary to all that stuff would sit around the causeand Al’s watch TV with the occasional newspaper pick up on things that were going on around usand so you’re coming from Denmark just in embracing like the oddity of all of that in feelingand James was kind of we were just loners we were didn’t feel like we belong to any of the world that was coming into our living room of the world that was around usand that’s what we found solaceand and found that we belong to something by all the people that felt like they were loners we all cook togetherand created our own groupand that’s all we felt like we belong to somethingand then over the years that group grew in sizeand at one point Avon mean mating became bigger than the mainstream way that we like the craziest thing one of the things James you said when I interviewed on the snake pit tour we were talking about politicsand the way Justice had really almost summed up metallic as a topical band a political bandand one of the things you said was that we got called a political band aroundand justice for alland it really scared us because that’s not what we want to write about forever did you find that when you got to justice when you finished it when you finish that tourand playing those songs for 18 months or so that that was kind of an endpoint that you needed to change just the way you looked at the world or that the world had changed around I just I don’t know about either of those really it was more like we don’t like being labeled the matter what it is we don’t to be labeled a political bank is that we certainly aren’t that I meanand I think the punk rock part of us was you know just we want to complain about shit or you know were in our 20sand this is our college this is where were discovering our opinions what we think of the world you know we read a bookand now we know everything else we don’t like how it isand we have a voice we can say I think that at the end of the day a polarizes peopleand and I think we realize that early on so when you’re talking from the heart when you’re talking about your story your experience people can say all they want about it but they’re not gonna change your mind then again at you this is always going to be right because this is my storyand I think everyone’s got an opinion it’s it’s controversialand we don’t want to be a controversial band we want to be solid we want to be we want to be real we want to tell the truth yes we feel alienated who doesn’t you know if you do follow us you also said actually on the tour we were talking about you know youand actually on the 88 tour you are talking about maybe having reached a point in the compositionand speed of things of the music that you know there’s a that you can’t go that much further as you said actually said this there’s always going to be somebody faster than you write it you seem to realize that even on the justice tour which suggests that what then became the Black album was already kinda germinating I agree I agree that in no competitions a great thing you know we were fueled by a lot of hatredand out a lotand a lot of fear that we weren’t good enough so those two things combined got us to where we needed to be inand justice for alland I think at the end of the day we realized what we doing in a did you hear this other band there faster than usand so what he so what you what else what else we got we got in let’s let’s get let’s make it more muscle he less make it more powerful you know let’s know it it can have it helped us change our direction realizing that that was kind of a futile goal to be that the fastest of the most complex or you know the craziest riff on on on the planet you know that those are finite things you know for us we can only go so far someone else will do something else let’s be unique less is be ourselvesand be honest with ourselvesand in a what we want to do next this is really one for the floor so maybe you can all take a turn at this one when you play songs from justice nowand I’ve seen you play justice itself a number of times in recent years what goes through your head uses what’s the next part for me that system are for me do I remember article or not that song just any from album was submitted is going okay with win the second course of the course in the light for me play is a reminds me of our stage back thenand I remember’s you know trying to figure this part out of the song while being on stage trying to figure out we play this not so much worried about what’s the next part that as comes just from feel but it that it reminds me of that tour you certainly does it reminds me that tour by the way Justice Doris is going to hit you at some point you want some part of her skinand up on you are in the crowd there a few times when it went just at the end of justice we would have a big explosionand partner lighting with with swayingand then in the Doris would fall downand there are times when it I dunno if it was that the road crews false are the this stage or whatever but evidently everything engaged Doris to come bouncing to the front of the stage or there be someone in the wrong spy in nowand there is there was a lot of mishaps on that tour all based around you know that song because there’s just so much productionand that songand there was a learning curve with that song as well playing liveand I I will always remember when the album first came out we first started playing that saw me like you said earlier Lars by the end of the song there was some long facesand good thing we had an explosionand Doris have been actually see my dad would wake them up no Doris I got head butted by jewelry yeah I remember that swinging reading almost to the Atlantic as I just totally forgotand then I heard the explosionand just leapt forward you know because I knew that Darlene is common for you explosion there is a Doris scrolling down an update big piece of lighting that would be that swing backand forth over is a part of the song where can a complicated headlampand when you’re trying to do both things it was multitasking for sure by that use him as he rubbed as a fanand you play justice now what’s going through your head. 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