Videos saturate very quickly.

You can look at a video six times and even it’s a fabulous video you've seen everything that’s in there and you don’t need to see it again.

Frank Zappa: 1984

You’re waiting for the next video that has the girl getting out of the car, midgets, chains, stuff in the ear, stuff in the face, you know, weird hair, clothes, light coming in a weird angle, zippers.

You’ve seen it and you're ready for the next one.


A record that relates to something that you feel inside you can listen to hundreds of times and it means something to your life.

Videos are disposable, they’re as disposable as television commercials. In fact that’s what they are, they’re four-minute television commercials for albums.

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