The Cult Frontman Wants Every Show To Be Unique
Discussing the chance of fans hearing songs precisely as they were laid down in the studio, Astbury says: "I doubt that will ever happen – all the ad libs were spontaneous in the recordings."
"We are not that kind of band who strive for note perfection – we go for feeling," He continues. "We thrive in the chaos, beauty and disorder of the moment. We are not machines; that's not why we started performing. Sometimes we can be crass, base and vulgar. Other moments can be beatific and transcendent.
"So if you're coming expecting to hear a note-for-note rendition of a recording, save your money, stay at home and listen to the albums." more on this story
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