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Myron’s Interrogation #1

Posted on February 12, 2008

Due out March 15th, the new album ‘Strange Generation’ by the Dirty Americans is a full-on slab of rock n’ roll. While over here on a recent press trip to promote the album, we put a few questions to Myron, vocals for the band – and here is the first part of his answers. How many songs did you create for Strange Generation compared to how many actually made it onto the album? What’s happening to songs that didn’t make the final cut? “It’s impossible to say. So many songs were very small ideas that got molded and shaped over months. The songs that didn’t make probably won’t be released unless I marry Yoko Ono.” The Dirty Americans are quite different in sound to the Workhorse Movement. Why did you decide to change your music in this way, or did it just develop? “We lost a singer. We lost a drummer. We lost our minds. Now it feels good.” Do you think fans of the Workhorse Movement will still be into the sound of the Dirty Americans? “I can only hope that what they liked about the songs Jeff and I wrote for Workhorse will be found in the new stuff. A lot is still there.” The artwork for ‘Strange Generation’ is very visual & colourful. Who designed it? “Smay Visions in NY. We said think high… they did! Now we can do that black light poster I’ve always wanted.” more to come…

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