"We wanted our album to sound as emotionally dark as 'Pinkerton' as fuzzy as 'In the Aeroplane Over the Sea,' or any Jack White guitar tone, and as musically intense as 'In Utero,'" Hull says. "The bonding of musicianship was heavily influenced by the bonding of experience. You are more comfortable with people you are around every moment of every day, so when it comes to writing songs together, it can be just as simple as deciding on where to eat. There were no fights or scuffles while writing the album, because we all wanted the same thing musically that we had achieved personally."
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