It's about so much more than technology or whatever people think it was.
We were very nervous but it were right exciting. We weren't hooligans but we knew people that were.
Hopefully the tabloid thing has peaked. It doesn't seem to be as big (to us) as what people might think it is. Maybe we are immune to all of it because of everything that's happened. Maybe in 10 years we'll realize what it is.
It were amazing. That day it was like, 'Sky News wants to talk to you'.
If it doesn't cure cancer or solve inner city poverty, it'll be [viewed as] a disaster.
You don't need to be in everyone's face all the time to appreciate what you do.
She really supported the kids and everything they did.
It'll never be the same as it is here. We'd been playing shows all over and it's been building up really slowly. We didn't even know we were doing it when we were doing it. It can never be the same, but we can have a good crack at it. We'll play the shows and if people like (them), great. If not ...
I feel like I should just flip out and do something crazy. It's boring when people tell me I'm really well grounded. I feel a little bit sensible ? I don't want to be that.
(The nuns) were probably harder. Everything was more strict then, regardless of what you're talking about.
We should not be afraid of change, we should return to the old ideas.
Sister Jude was one of the older ones, she always wore her habit. Never saw her without it.