The guitarist is sad about decline in album sales"We grew up with albums, and for us, the album was always the thing,” he told M-Music and Musicians. "We’ve never been a singles band. We’ve released singles, sure, and we’ve had some moderate success with some, but we’ve never been that kind of band. So yes, I’m sorry to see the album and everything it represented go. It was like a book, and now you’re buying chapters that don’t always relate to the whole book.”
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