The thing is that it’s my story, and if you read Bernard’s [memoir Chapter and Verse], it’s obviously completely different, almost opposite in many respects. The jury has to decide, the fans have to decide who they believe. It was quite a weird thing. Bernard very self-confessedly wanted to go to electronic and he wanted to get rid of all the acoustics. He was bored, he wanted to move on, because he’s that type of person. So there was a struggle, and it was very disheartening in any kind of relationship to suddenly become redundant, especially when you were name-checked all the time as being a very vital part of the group. It was quite weird, it was a very confusing period. We went through a massive period of feeling very bitter, very angry, and very frustrated. And I wanted to get it down because it’s the truth. It was simple as that.