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And Craig Ferguson doesn’t usually pronounce his musical guests “Rock Gods,” as he did after The 88’s performance of “All ’Cause of You.” The Edinburgh native joked that he felt like Ed Sullivan when he introduced America to the Beatles. “I think you kids are the future of rock & roll,” he growled, imitating the old-school variety-show host. It was a high compliment, but in the big picture, just one more step in the right direction.
“At the end of the day it’s always about the next song, the next record,” said Slettedahl. “We try to do the best we can in that respect, because to a certain extent we don’t have a lot of control over so many things.” Everybody agreed that continuing to make great music, and playing bigger venues, were the main goals, but Jay had one thing to add to the wish list.
“I wouldn’t mind getting some new suits. I think The Killers even have cases for their suits,” he said. “Yeah, I’d call that a goal.”
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