DF: So you may still do other studio projects?
JABS: We have one. You know we released "Comeblack," I don't know if you
know about this ...
DF: I do. I have that, yes.
JABS: Good. The funny thing was when we announced "A Sting in the Tail" as
the last studio album and the last tour, the record company offered us a
contract for two new studio albums.
DF: Oh, OK.
JABS: OK, this makes one of them. We also have unreleased stuff, from,
especially, the early '80s. It was a very creative time for us, you know, starting
with "Blackout" and "Love at First Sting," and lots of songs which didn't make it
to the albums back then are still great, they're just unfinished. We already
started earlier this year, when we had, like, a certain break from touring. We started
to listen to everything seeing what's good, what's not good, what's worth updating
and improving. So this is something we're going to take a serious look at early next
year in January or February, and I think it's a good thing and the fans will enjoy it.
It's the sound and the musical ideas from the time when we really got very popular.
People say the early '80s were our strongest time, anyways. It's a final album for
the fans with a big thank you for all the support and love all these many years.
And it's something that could be great.
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