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Old 30th June 2009
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Legacy

Hi there, Mr. Vig.

You've obviously created quite a legacy, evidence by everyone who cites your work as a major influence on their art, career, a/o life.

This question may seem a bit vague, but do you ever feel pidgeon-holed, buried under your own legacy? Do you have any career regrets in this regard?

All the best,
Elias
Old 6th July 2009
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Originally Posted by EliasGwinn View Post
Hi there, Mr. Vig.

You've obviously created quite a legacy, evidence by everyone who cites your work as a major influence on their art, career, a/o life.

This question may seem a bit vague, but do you ever feel pidgeon-holed, buried under your own legacy? Do you have any career regrets in this regard?

All the best,
Elias
To be honest, I don't really think about it. I guess I keep moving forward, trying to focus on whatever I'm working on. I AM very proud of the music I've worked on, both as a producer, and in the bands I've been in. And damn lucky that I've been making music my whole life!
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