Differenze tra le versioni di "Disturbed"

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*{{NDR|In un'intervista pubblicata su ''MK Magazine'', Donegan spiegò il significato del simbolo dell'album ''Believe''}} Non siamo una band religiosa. È più che tutto un simbolo spirituale. Volevamo prendere i quattro simboli religiosi e intrecciarli insieme per simboleggiare unità.
:''We’re not a religious band. It is more of a spiritual symbol. We wanted to take the four religious symbols and intertwine them and mesh them together to symbolize unity.'' (citato in ''[http://www.mk-magazine.com/interviews/archives/000133.php MK Magazine Interviews: Disturbed]'', ''MK Magazine'', 1 novembre 2003)
 
*{{NDR|Sulla ''message board'' del sito della band, cercò di chiarire quanto successo alla rissa con i Finch al Rolling Rock Town Fair}} [...] Chiarirò alcune cose. Prima di tutto, tutto questo è partito da alcuni minacce di morte da parte di Randy [Strohmeyer] e della sua band rivolte ai Disturbed e David [Draiman] che sono state prese molto seriamente. Non c'è stato alcun intento da parte dei Finch di scusarsi o chiarire. Non li avevamo mai incontrati o fatto show con loro prima, quindi non capivamo quale fosse il problema. [...] Randy non mi ha chiesto scusa o teso la sua mano per far pace. Si sono sbellicati dalle risate, pensando che fosse divertente che anche noi eravamo lì. Mi sono confrontato con Randy e gli ho chiesto riguardo ai suoi commenti [...] e quando si è scatenato quell'inferno eravamo io, David e il nostro manager contro i Finch e la loro crew. [...] Non è stata una cosa premeditata ovviamente, perché David stava facendo passeggiare il suo cane quando si trovò lì e John e Mike non erano nei paraggi. La mia fidanzata stava tenendo mia figlia di otto mesi quando il padre di uno dei membri dei Finch la spinse via, così poté partecipare alla rissa. [...]
:''There is some truth and a lot of false things being said. I will clarify a few things. First of all, this all started with death threats from [guitarist] Randy [Strohmeyer] and [the rest of] FINCH to [DISTURBED] and David [Draiman] that we take very seriously. There was no attempt from anyone from FINCH to apologize or clear things up. We had never met them or done any shows with them before so we didn't understand what their problem was. If someone says they don't like our band, I really don't give a fuck. But as soon as comments were made threatening to put a bullet in one of our heads, I don't see the humor in that and I take it very serious. Randy did not say sorry or hold out his hand for me to shake, nor was I interested in doing so. They huddled up laughing, thinking it was funny when they noticed that we were there. I confronted Randy to ask about his comments and then did what any man should do, defended my family and band from anyone who thinks it is okay to threaten someone's life. When all hell broke loose, it was FINCH members and their crew members against only me, David, and my manager. We did what was necessary. This was not premeditated obviously, because David was walking his dog when he came up and Mike and John were not anywhere near. My fiancee was holding my eight-month old daughter when a father of a FINCH member pushed her and my daughter so he could get involved. I guess it runs in the family and shows what kind of men they are. His son shouldn't run his mouth and make threats if he can't be man enough to stand up and fight the battle he started. After the chaos, they asked for security to walk them to their bus where they hid until the state troopers came to escort them off of the property. Fucking cowards. Most of these comments and rumors are so far off. This is not the new East Coast vs. West Coast or Emo vs. Metal. It is a simple life lesson, there is consequences for your actions. We just finished the battle they started.'' (citato in ''[http://www.webcitation.org/64oVkIEk Disturbed Guitarist Comments On Finch Brawl: 'We Finished The Battle They Started']'', Roadrunner Records, 2 agosto 2004)
 
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