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Valeria,

You highlight a tremendous risk that turned out well for this band. Don't you think they broke their brand promise with their core audience? If one worshiped "Love Me Do", I expect this album was horrifying.

But it worked. What happened here was part of a 'perfect storm' of culture, music, economy, turbulence, and spirituality.

Whether it be emotional, technical, or relational, having the edge, the energy, the patience, the foresight to stand tall during the perfect storms is where this creativity is born, bred and lives!

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