"It’s a bizarre feeling to be in front of people you’ve never seen before, never will see again, and they’re singing words back to you that came from inside. And they look like they mean it, but they have no idea what I am talking about, but it means something to them and that’s cool. I meet people and they think they know me because they’ve read an interview with me or they’ve read lyrics: You see that a lot with the Kurt Cobain situation. "What did he have to kill himself for? blah blah blah." You don’t know Kurt fuckin’ Cobain. You read his lyrics, you’ve seen him on TV; that’s a whole other world. Who knows what the fuck he was going through? Obviously there’s a whole lot of shit going on with that person. When someone says "Hey man, what does he have to be sad about? He’s a rich rock star…" Someone who says that is someone who has never attained any goals that they’ve set for themselves. When you do, you start to realize that "This is cool but it’s not exactly like I’d dreamed." I’m not the most content person in the world just because someone bought my record. There is more to it than that." - Trent Reznor.