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Dealing with all the peop­le that suc­cess brings you into con­tact with. By peop­le, I’m being kind, becau­se that con­nects you to some of the lowest forms of life on the pla­net that get dres­sed in the morning. Whe­ther music or money is the important part for a record com­pa­ny is the most obvious ans­wer of all time.

The pres­su­re was… the pres­su­re was hor­ri­fy­ing.

Peop­le just thought that, “Well, you have made a who­le bunch of money for them, now — what’s taking you so long to make more for us?”

You’re hol­ding up the show by not, and I actual­ly have and still have peop­le accu­sing me of mes­sing up their care­er or their for­tu­nes, becau­se I didn’t pro­du­ce the thing that I do fast enough to make money for them.

»the lowest forms of life on the pla­net that get dres­sed in the morning« is a very nice euphe­mistic bon­mot.

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