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We would be real, real silly about it to try to recreate what we did. We're honestly, honestly, very simply moving forward. And when we do revisit the catalog in a live situation, we just wanna do it justive and want it to resonate with everybody. I mean, look, man, there's a lot of songs there that people have some real-life experiences with — good and bad. And when they come see the band, we want them to experience that nostalgia and that melancholy feeling. And I think, first and foremost, we wanna deliver it really, really hard hitting.

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これまでの焼き直しをやろうなんてほんと馬鹿げてる。 ただ単に前進あるのみ、こう思ってるだけさ。 だからライブで昔のナンバーを演る場合には、 正確にみんなと共鳴し合えるようにやりたいね。 つまりさ、ほら良かれ悪しかれ、人が自分の人生経験を託してる曲って世の中にたくさんあるだろう。 バンドを観に来てくれる人間には、そういった郷愁や哀愁を感じて欲しいんだ。 だからこそ最優先でそうした曲の演奏は、力入れて目一杯にやるんだ。

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