Kicking the habits

By DANIEL BROCKMAN  |  January 9, 2009

Those shifts to moments of pure psych on Lust Lust Lust were a turning point in Wagner's getting back into the swing of playing live again. "For that record, I used the same set-up that I always use, but it's all how you work it. It's just the way that the guitars play, it comes out different every time, and I love that. It's what's so great about playing live. When you're playing loud, you never know what it's going to sound like. The way the room is, the way you stand — I love the way you just never know."

THE RAVEONETTES | Paradise, 967 Comm Ave, Boston | January 15 at 8 pm | $16.50 | 617.562.8800 orwww.thedise.com

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