If you can remember anything about the sixties, you weren't really there.
I don't blame it on the Hell's Angels. I blame it on the people who were there.
I think most non-Christians who try to be good people are probably better Christians than Christians.
Then you get to be involved with all the people, meet all the beautiful girls, get all the good food, get ready and locked in before all the crowds hit.
When we toured... I was hungry to take out people like Jeff Beck in front of us; Fleetwood Mac, just before they hit; Heart, just before they hit.
You can't just sit around and make protest albums all your life; eventually it comes to the point where you have to do something.
Compared to what they were, rock concerts now are like business meetings.
Correcting it, I don't know; just shedding the light of day on it is a first major step, being one of the earliest generations not to just accept the words.
The starship thing is really political action and reaction, the natural outgrowth of Volunteers.
What we're saying now is you have a choice: You can stay, or you can go away.
The '80s seem a real positive force. The '70s were deadening, in a lot of ways.
You can't plan for the future, because some guy's going to land in a spaceship with three heads and a big beak and take over everything.
You couldn't have fed the '50s into a computer and come out with the '60s.