November 08, 2002

Nice Interview With Tsar's ...

Nice Interview With Tsar's Jeff Whalen: In the Bakersfield Californian (via Amy Langfield, obviously). Jeff sounds better than anyone ought to after having released a terrific debut record that no one bought (I'm on there yelping backups for about 15 seconds, but don't let that prevent you from buying it today). I especially liked how Jeff explained why he's not giving up the Dream:

"There's just no way. You'd be a big baby to not keep going," he said. "I've come too far to not see it to its bitter, bitter end."
Those boys have been an inspiration to most people they know, and Whalen in particular has written the soundtrack to many lives. I can't think of a single artist or band who deserves more success.

Posted by at November 8, 2002 11:43 PM
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Well, I bought it, and it's damn good, too. Which song do you yelp on?

Posted by: Mike Wells at November 9, 2002 07:15 AM

The "yeahs" & the high harmony on the last chorus of "I Don't Wanna Break Up," and the second "yeah" in the Sweet-like triple-yeah toward the end of "Teen Wizards."

Posted by: Matt Welch at November 9, and it's damn good, too. Which song do you yelp on?

Posted by: Mike Wells at November 9, 2002 07:15 AM

The "yeahs" & the high harmony on the last chorus of "I Don't Wanna Break Up," and the second "yeah" in the Sweet-like triple-yeah toward the end of "Teen Wizards."

Posted by: Matt Welch at November 9, 2002 09:01 AM
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