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 Jeff Tweedy - “I just try to get inside the song and imagine what comes next.”
 Jeff Tweedy - “I don't believe every download is a lost sale.”
 Cheryl Tweedy - “I absolutely love my tattoos. The girls and I decided that the next time Girls Aloud have a No. 1, we'll all get one done. I want us to get something that only makes sense if we all stand in line, though”
 Jeff Tweedy - “We'd been noticing how much more important the internet had become - once information is out there in the world now, anyone can get it. Since that was beginning to happen with the record anyway, we figured, OK, let's just stream it for free ourselves.”
 Jeff Tweedy - “By the nature of playing by yourself, my repertoire gets a lot bigger than what it is with the band, that's for sure,”
 Jeff Tweedy - “We never could understand what the problem was with people listening to your music. I thought that was the whole point.”
 Jeff Tweedy - “Stop trying to treat music like it's a tennis shoe, something to be branded. If the music industry wants to save money, they should take a look at some of their six-figure executive expense accounts. All those lawsuits can't be cheap, either.”
 Jeff Tweedy - “A piece of art is not a loaf of bread. When someone steals a loaf of bread from the store, that's it. The loaf of bread is gone. When someone downloads a piece of music, it's just data until the listener puts that music back together with their own ears, their mind, their subjective experience. How they perceive your work changes your work.”
 Jeff Tweedy - “We try to honestly reflect what we're like, ... You evolve and change over 10 years, and you try and make the music reflect that.”
 Cheryl Tweedy - “As long as your hair's looking good and you've got a nice amount of make-up on... you've just got to throw your man on the bed and hop on I think most men prefer to hear little breaths rather than big screams”
 Cheryl Tweedy - “I absolutely love my tattoos. The girls and I decided that the next time Girls Aloud have a No. 1, we'll all get one done. I want us to get something that only makes sense if we all stand in line, though”
 Cheryl Tweedy - “We would love to have the same success as the Spice Girls. They really made it. They paved the way for girl groups and we'd love to think this is our time now.”
 Jeff Tweedy - “We live in a connected world now. Some find that frightening. If people are downloading our music, they're listening to it. The internet is like radio for us.”
 Jeff Tweedy - “I've never considered us a country band, ... Even after this record, people still call us a country band. Have they listened to this record”
 Jeff Tweedy - “The only way you can sell 10 million Britney Spears records is to convince kids that it's something they need to have as part of their identity. It's not about the music at that point.”
 Jeff Tweedy - “The only way you can sell 10 million Britney Spears records is to convince kids that it's something they need to have as part of their identity. It's not about the music at that point,”
 Cheryl Tweedy - “She has a breezy self-confidence that comes from knowing her career is not dependent on fitting into a sample size. On the subject of Girls Aloud (who, she says, were good role models before they got really skinny ... I'm like, love, you and me, singing competition, all right That'd be brilliant. Geordie cow.”
 Jeff Tweedy - “The new set will be the first concentrated batch of original O'Rourke material since his acclaimed 2002 solo album, Insignificance. ... He has been really busy with other people's music. I love getting to work with Jim and he has some really, really great songs on this, so I can't wait to hear it finished.”
 Jeff Tweedy - “Treating your audience like thieves is absurd. Anyone who chooses to listen to our music becomes a collaborator.”
 Jeff Tweedy - “I think somehow you need to get to a certain point in your life where the notion of failure is absurd.”