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from a recent interview with cedric in Geek Magazine:
Geek: Thereís a lot of pressure on you and Omar to reunite At The Drive-In. Do you grow frustrated with that, or do you feel honored?
Cedric: I canít really say I feel honored. Itís great to have the attention, but I really feel that was a band that pulled the wool over a lot of peopleís eyes. We got credit for a sound that we were pretty much the 20th generation of. I would have no problem with reuniting and doing a show personally just because I would honestly do it for the money. If I got money from it I could put it back into The Mars Volta. I could get better production without the use of the label. How could that benefit TMV or me artistically? It wouldnít be about the performance or the nostalgia. To me, it would just be getting into bed with someone who wanted to lend me money, pretty much. Iím not interested in the music really and all the kids who are really into that band, if they would just do the math, they would realize that people like Drive Like Jehu, The Jesus Lizard and even Fugazi, who everyone does know, did it first and they did it better.