The word they used was ‘abortion’. They thought they were demos. They said, ‘What you need to do is polish these up and make them sound like everything else on the radio.’ Obviously, this wasn’t a very comforting thing to hear when you’ve just recorded your first album, but I sat down and tried to really objectively listen to the songs. I felt that maybe two or three songs could benefit from another mix. Head Like A Hole was one of them and I gal another couple of grand out of TVT for a session with Keith LeBlanc in New York. He helped to program a few more drums and livened things up a bit, but what actually came out was still pretty much me and my original demos. That whole first album was me in the studio, just messing around. Trying to find an identity. Trying to find out how I wanted to sound.