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The need for this father of identical twin toddler daughters to fly right, get the record straight, come correct, and make good art, even if it means happily stepping aside, letting the current Bay stars set up on two-thirds of his sonic dreamscape's turf, and disappearing into the heat of, say, Summer Jam 2005.
"I just feel like my job is to make a good song," he says mildly. "And if making a good song means that I play the back and not get real freaky with the programming and not load it up with 10 trillion samples or something, whatever the song requires is what I'm willing to do."SFBG
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Thurs/21, 4 p.m.
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