They may not be actively doing it, but they’re teaching a dependence on things, others, and maybe vices, without ever really knowing what they’re doing. He didn’t teach me to be dependent on things, where most of the kids I grew up with were taught so.If my old man taught me dependence, it would be in two areas: God and books. It starts with what they give and buy you, but also where they, the father, find joy.I'd love to see this catalogue given a proper overhaul, using the original mixes. He’s taught me a lot in life, not necessarily by words, but through his actions.So I guess the bands "seconds" are Steurmer, Bruford, and Thompson? Still not sure why the Definitive Edition has 1978 copyright dates on the discs though.
If he were lying on his deathbed and he reached out and told me to be strong and to show thyself a man, it would be last words that would inspire me, puzzle me, and guide me for the rest of my days.
We buy things we don’t need with money we don’t have to impress people we don’t like.
Fight Club is a wonderful film, and that sentence makes it entirely worth the watch on its own.
So I guess the bands "seconds" are Steurmer, Bruford, and Thompson? I very much doubt that the phrase was intended to refer to anyone in the band, past or current at the time.
Probably just needed a title, and had already used "Live." I think maybe it's a dual meaning.