[Usually When I Start A New Project There's A Fear Of The Unknown; Maybe It's A Band I've Never Been In The Studio With Before. People Are So Different. It's Almost Like You Need To Go Through The Process, Discover And Unlock What It Is That Makes That Band That Band. And A Lot Of Times They Don't Know It.]

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