We were too rough at the edges to be a pop group.
In those days I don't' think they were even demos.
I always used to develop a cold going into the studio.
I wanted to be in a band that shared ideas and were in it together.
I don't know many singers who actually do like the sound of their own voice.
Part of the early Who career was all about knocking people's confidences out.
We lived the life with Keith Moon. It was all Spinal Tap magnified a thousand times.
But contrary to what some people seem to think, I was never a bully. I was just a hard man.
You're better off being a brick layer if you're going to play guitar than a sheet metal worker.
My love for the band is still there. It hasn't changed, maybe that's why it's so painful these days.