Dan Aquilante of the New York Post caught up with Melissa Auf der Maur for a Q&A that touched on her self-titled solo debut, her seven years’ tenure keeping time for Courtney Love’s Hole, and then Billy Corgan’s Smashing Pumpkins, and more. Asked what she understood about Courtney that the rest of the world doesn’t, Auf der Maur responded, “That her public persona is so massive, everyone tends to forget that she’s just human. She’s very smart, but she’s just human. My perception of her is that she was a girl who grew up in a bizarre situation with her family; she struggled for independence to create a world of her own.” Auf der Maur admitted she hadn’t spoken to Love in years, but said she was “honored to be her soul sister.”
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