GC: Very true.
CK: And I kinda like that, I'm glad we're not appealing to just people who are wearing the large Frankenstein boots and the yarn hair [laughter]. I don't wanna be selective or part of say, a particular....
CK: Yeah, or be constantly known as, you know, the "EBM King" or whatever.
GC: That gets very constrictive after awhile.
CK: To be perfectly honest, in a Penelope Spheeris type way, I think that it would be brilliant if someone were to go and follow us on a tour, and capture the earnest sort of personality of a lot of the people who sort of stick it through, and are still hardcore industrial fans, or whatever. In a lot of ways, a lot of the people kind of seem like they're a fading trend, but also, it's more challenging for them to be a true, devoted fan. All we would have to do is follow somebody and interview them and see where they come from and what the many ilks of society brings and why they're so pure. It would make for a super-interesting docu-drama, I think. How they all come together.
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