“You’ll always hear Boston blasting out of our dressing rooms or our bus. It’s one of those timeless records that doesn't have a bad track on it. It’s almost like a greatest hits album. When I hear it, I think back to being young, it’s the summertime, and people are driving by in their cars crankin’ Boston.
“I love the band, I love the album, and I love the guitar playing. The way they mixed it, the fucking guitars are so loud! It’s pretty incredible. You can’t help but sit back and go nuts when you hear that guitar sound.
“The original idea was for Rob to learn the keyboard part note-for-note on the guitar, but he didn’t get around to doing it. None of us can really play keyboards, so Jay Ruston, who mixed the record, got Fred Mandel to come in and do it. Jay really pushed for it to be a keyboard part, like on the original. And thank God he did, ‘cause Fred just nailed it! I got goosebumps when Jay first sent it to me – it was so awesome.”