First of all there’s no difference, you get a filthy dressing room and we play the same shabby bars. The difference is that when the Ramones played, we had a much larger audience, roadies and sound engineers who took care of us. These days we’re more of a do it ourselves band and we do everything. It’s expensive to hire help to do your work for you. The Ramones was a much bigger band than what I have now. Then it’s the issue of no record industry anymore. Now you have to spend your own money, make your own records. I’m on the label DC-Jam Records who’s distributing my albums but no record company will give you money or a tour support, all that is gone. The record sales have dropped tremendously because of the free downloading. Van Halen could sell 5 million copies in the old days but now they can sell 400000 copies and it’s a gold record. There’s a huge difference. This is the reason you see more bands on tour selling merchandise and play live. It’s the only way to earn any kind of money. So I in a way it’s better for the fans, because there’s a new band coming to play in your town nearly each week. So there are more bands on tour now. Take the Beatles as an example. I don’t think they were out playing at all during their last four years, they made records and I think they earned well on doing just that. If you’re not out there selling t-shirts, you will suffer. I love to be out on the roads and if I wasn’t a musician, I would never have visited Kristinehamn. This is what makes it fun. Meet the audience, eat different kinds of food around the world, drink different wines and try all the other bad stuff.