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"I approached the new (sophmore) Celldweller disc differently than any other album Iíve written. I just focused on writing songs I liked, and not so much on the ear candy and production as much Ė that would come later. So I ended up with almost twice as many songs that didnít make the new CD than ones that actually did make it."

 
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"I have written my final song (The Tide) and am officially including it on the tracklist (for the sophmore Celldweller album) as of yesterday. I wanted to write a song that would make girls throw their panties at me (hopefully clean-ish ones) and guys get in touch with their feminine side. It didn't work out, but maybe I can make it happen for my third CD. 9/26/06

 
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"Instead of making people wait two years while I work on an album, then release the whole thing at once, Iím releasing two songs at a time. The next step after that is actually releasing the full disc. As of now there are eight songs towards the new album that have already been released over the last few years. Then, in a few months, the actual full-length CD will be pressed and it will include another four or five songs people havenít heard yet. Weíve had a lot of success with that and thatís what my fanbase wants."

 
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"Either you write songs or you don't. And if you do write songs like I do, I think there's a natural desire to want to make records. So, when I left Pink Floyd, I guess I had two, no three choices open to me: Not to do it anymore, which is daft as I was writing songs, although I suppose I could have written for other people, but I like making records; so I could either do it as Roger Waters or I could have got together with other people and said hey, why don't we start a band? But my view of bands had been jaundiced slightly by my previous experience, so I think that was something I never considered."

 
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"Some common friends of Jarrod (Montague, drummer of Taproot) and I had passed a Celldweller disc on to him, and I had heard that he was into it. He came down to the studio while I was making the record while he was home for a short break from working on WELCOME. He is a good guy and I just asked him to play on a track somewhat spontaneously and he was into it. 'I Believe You' was one of the newest songs I had written at that time and I was still debating if I was going to play the drums on the track although I really didnít want to. Jarrod heard the track and knew it was right up his alley."

 
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"None of the songs from SVH 01 were from the new album sessions with the exception of 'Narrow Escape.' That track began its life as a chorus for what ended up being 'Birthright.' It didnít work for vocals, so I put it aside then came back to it later and finished it off for SVH 01."

 
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