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Jaysin
Posted 2012-10-26 7:40 PM (#31389)
Subject: The Ultimate SMF to TS Interview
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With the resurgence of Twisted Sister into pop culture, "new" interviews have popped up like crazy over the last 10+ years. And while they are awesome to read, so much info is redundant to the SMF's. Let's be honest, most of the stuff we already knew. This renewed exposure to a new generations results in recycled questions. Of course, VH-1 Behind the Music and Dee's book revealed a ton of stuff that I had no idea about and I'm sure JJ, AJ, Eddie and Animal have a crop of info that we'd all love to hear about.

So.....How about WE conduct an interview. ALL OF US. Let's see if we can all spit out a few questions that we've always wanted to ask them. It could be be an individual member or the group as a whole. Maybe the boys will take it seriously enough to respond and then maybe, just maybe our trusty webmaster, Donny, can post it on the front page as THE ULTIMATE TWISTED INTERVIEW by the SMF's.

I'll start with 3 questions. I have some others but I think some might be a little too intense. I'll start with some fun ones,

1. What are each of the band members favorite TS songs? We've come to learn that Dee's favorite song he wrote is "The Heart is A Lonely Hunter". But let's talk just TS material.

2. When Dee proposes tunes, what was the typical process? I know he can play some guitar. Did he write very basic rhythm parts as well? Like, did he come to the studio with a tape of him singing to his guitar playing???? As a songwriter myself sometime I write lyrics first, sometimes I write music first. What was the norm for the group on developing a song? I recall talking to AJ and he explained how he came up with the drum intro to "WNGTI", so obviously there was some creative freedom for the rhythm section. So part 2 of this question is, How much creative freedom in general?

3. What don't you wanna do with your life?


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