No matter what happens at any time in the past or the future, our relationship is going to be the same.We hadn’t even recorded it.
I recorded a bunch of these little grooves the two of them were doing together. I knew something was going to come out of it. ""We just had this idea of a sound and we wanted to experiment with that," recalls Moreno. The label and suits were all worried about “Back to School” and the other bullshit, but look at how we won this for something they had no part of.But during the recording of the self-titled album, Chino was having trouble with words. 736.2k Followers, 152 Following, 1,920 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Deftones (@deftones) That was a whole week of work right there.
Here I was at Warner Bros., and I’m working on a Maverick project.
“Change” was a way bigger hit.You look up to them on stage, and they’re not wearing makeup. Laura from Baytown, Tx when I first heard this song I automatically thought it was about a group of people or a 'passenger' doing cocaine in a social thing.
You can do great album art for bands that no one has ever heard of, and people don’t talk about it.
They’re just regular guys who play fucking rad music. There were boy bands, and the flip side of that was Limp Bizkit, who were just as bad. I thought it was so-so.There was this lounge/greenroom-type area upstairs at Larrabee, and everyone was taking a break.
The people at Warner Bros. didn’t know too much about the band. / Just like always, still your passenger / Chrome buttons Here I lay, still and breathless Just like always, still I want some more Mirrors sideways, who cares what's behind Just like always, still . 'still and breathless' and 'mirrors sideways' and 'drive faster'. There was a whole stretch when we didn’t. Sign up to get the latest from Revolver, straight to your inbox.Copyright © 2020 by Project M Group LLC. He wrote the second line, “Still and breathless,” then I take the pad back … boom boom boom.
I told them to throw some stuff on it, and let’s see which one wins.
The way that we wrote, line by line, was a pretty rad way to collaborate, especially these days when it’s over the internet or whatever. The band's direction was at least partly inspired by the brooding trip-hop textures of DJ Shadow and Massive Attack, among others.
They don’t even have to talk to each other. "After watching it, it was just depressing because you could tell we were tired.
We wanted to start the conversation where people would be like, “What’s this? It was just a few takes.
That’s my little buddy. Laura from Baytown, Tx when I first heard this song I automatically thought it was about a group of people or a 'passenger' doing cocaine in a social thing. I loved it. I wrote the first line, “Here I lay,” then I gave him the pad. Upcoming Lyrics. There was no break in the relationship at all.
It ended up being a bad idea. You’re gonna go in there and play like you always did before—the five of you—together, no clicks.”They were separating themselves from everybody.
Then, when they did hear it, they were like, “Holy shit, this is next-level.”“We were all into a whole bunch of music,” Delgado says. We were on the main stage, and it was massive. 'still and breathless' and 'mirrors sideways' and 'drive faster'. It's also a collaboration between my favorite band (Deftones) and my favorite singer (Maynard) which makes it my favorite song. It was improvisational and spontaneous. That day, I had involuntary shaking for the entire show. It was a bold move, and it made them who they are. Chino wanted to slow it down, and Stephen wanted to speed it up.