Fair to say it's knocked a few of us around. It also provided some of us a chance to clean out cupboards and drawers and find cassettes and CDs of music that we had recorded and perhaps forgotten about.
This song was recorded during the year 2000. It was meant to be included as part of my debut solo album "Transitional Suburban Peoples Project" but got pushed aside at the last minute.
At the time I thought it was to honest and transparent and i was afraid of being judged for having and voicing such an opinion.
As it turns out, 21 years later, the song resonates with me more now than it did then.
This industry, the music industry, is filled with all sorts of people who do all sorts of stuff (some good people too) and when it doesn't directly affect me or my life pursuits then I really don't care what humans get up to.
Unfortunately, throughout the past 36 years that I have been in and out of bands and projects, peoples habits, addictions, lack of self respect and self discipline has affected the music and the pursuit.
Some of you (not many though), years later, come back and apologize for what transpired.