Last In Line Is 'All About The Music' Says Vivian Campbell

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(Classic Rock) Guitarist Vivian Campbell has called working in Last In Line a "passion project" and credited late bassist Jimmy Bain with making sure that any profits generated by the band were split equally.

Bain died just weeks before the Dio offshoot released their debut album Heavy Crown. But speaking about his work outside of Def Leppard, Campbell praised Bain's vision for the band and says being able to perform in the outfit is a "labour of love."

Campbell tells Rock Today: "Jimmy did feel that this was his band. We split everything equally - there's no prima donnas in this band. We split all the songs four ways, regardless of who initiated the idea or who did the lion's share of the work. It was very much a team effort and I think Jimmy really appreciated that.

"I think that makes for better music where's there's no other agenda involved, when you're not thinking 'OK, I'm going to get all the publishing on this song so I can make more money'. It's all about the music and that's all it's about." here.

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