I'm glad to have been in that band, but that band will never reform. Because it can never be the same. I want it to be what it is. That's why we made the discography. That's why we broke up. It's like, we're done. Bang. Finished.
The last song is a cover of THE STANDELL's "Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White" (1966).
I don't miss the 'salad days'. While I do think that the music from the early punk days was incredible, and for me, absolute, the fact remains that it has been done. That's why I think music today is more important, because it's about the doing. There is still work to do.
- Ian MacKaye interview, 2000