breadmaker wrote:some fairly clueless questions in this one.
"is there something from Campfire Headphase that does not satisfy you anymore today?"
"is "Tomorrow's Harvest" a good album?"
THESE are the questions deemed worthy of asking when given the rare opportunity to talk to the band directly?
i like how marcus puts the interview in his place though in regards to the first question:
"Making a new album which sounds different from the previous one doesn't mean disowning the predecessor, right?"
and isn't there some subtle "campfire" bashing in the magic RPM interview as well? what is wrong with these journalists?
Yes- a lot of those questions were a let down alright.
And I agree with the Campfire nonsense- it's a great fucking album, true to it's theme, just like all the other ones (well, not saying every album has an exact "theme", but idea/feel/mood, etc).
A missed opportunity imo.