I.: Is it hard to stay motivated?
F.: It is hard, yes, it does get to… There is different ways looking at, I mean, sometimes you just think: “O’K, you’ve done enough, and you want to do… You do want to do different things, I mean, I’m still hungry to do things, but it’s not the same kind of hunger, it’s… it’s a bit sort of, you know: “O’K, you’ve done this”, and so, you think: “O’K, I’ve got to try this, and if it doesn’t work, I’ve got to try smth else”, it’s not that: “It GOT to be THIS, and THIS is got to happen”, you know, this is got to work at this time. There’s no sort of… it hasn’t got that knife-edge. But… It’s… there are many different ways you’re looking at, I mean you’re more …, you’re more experienced, so you have to look at that a bit more… a bit more cooler (amflet), you know, it just got to be a bit more cool, and… I don’t know. I don’t mean (…) by that, I just mean, that you just be a bit more experienced about it. You know, you don’t have to rush things…
I.: (Was there) anything to changes you’re import to (bennets) been around as long as Queen, because how can you stay interested?
F.: You’re dab right, we hate each other! (both laughing) We hate each other’s guts!... No, It’s just a… No, we’ve sort of been together 13 or 14 years, and after that time – I mean, if you still together, you like each other instinctively. And you don’t have to sort of think about spending social time together and thing, which we hardly ever do together. So, I mean, basically we only come together when there’s music, so, basically, it’s a job. I think, we all look upon this, and we’re professional enough to think about it that way. And… And I think, it’s good, so we keep away from each other’s territories, to be honest, otherwise, I think, I’d just tale my hair on, and, you know, jump out the top building, to be honest, if I had to sort of, you know, live the way we did in the early days. Cause the group has to go through all that, this time, you know, because… you have to note, you have to get to know each other in a musical abilities, and this, and that…I think, we’ve… we’ve done a lot together, and… I don’t know, I think, now all we’re doing is staying together to make music, which is what we were initially there to do.
I.: Does the idea of “How can we top this” ever entered to?
F.: It happened on a (…) stage, after Bohemian Rhapsody – it was like… people were saying “How they want to top this?”… I mean, if you… if you go sleep at night, thinking about how you go on top, or you did, I mean, it just, it is going to be your downfall, you know. You just got to say “O’K, it’s done. That’s the way I look at it. I mean… Music is just… It’s a big consumer thing, you just consume as far as our music is… I think, I’ve sad the last time, as far as our music is concerned, people should just listen to it, and discard it, and wait for – and that’s for people do – wait for the next one. I don’t like hoping on… of course, I keep it coming back, you know, Bohemian Rhapsody always comes back, We Are The Champions, what I was, and people take note of that, but I mean, as far as I’m concerned, all those over. Those days over, those years over, that type of music is now over. I don’t wish to even think about all right about it.
I: Disposable, I think, is the word you used…
F.: Disposable, yeah-yeah! That’s Right, yeah. Like a tampon (both laughing VERY much). – Yes, Yes, it’s… I like it that way, keep fresh – you know, I mean, (int-r continues laughing) – even like, say