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There's been a lot of times though in the band situation where there's been some deep wounds. Like that press conference they put together in 1996, after canceling three shows. The same stuff was going on with certain members of the band, that I was doing at that time. That was that time, I'm not making an excuse for it, it was a horrible time in my life. As well there were a lot of great things going on in my life, but that part of it was miserable. But I don't think at all that there needed to be a press conference to out me publicly, that was my own business.

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『深い傷を負った状態のバンドだったけど、時間はたっぷりあったんだ。 1996年にコンサート3回分キャンセルした後、記者会見をやったりしたみたいにね。 あるバンドメンバーにとっちゃ、おんなじことの繰り返しに思えたんだろう、俺のやってることが。 その頃について言い訳なんかしないさ。何てったって俺の人生で最悪の時期だったからね。 同時にいくつか、すスゴイことも起こってたんさ。まあ、ミジメなことになっちまったけど。 だからって記者会見なんかやって、俺を晒す必要があったとは思えねえんだ。ったく俺個人の問題だったってのによ』

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