During a recent interview on Toronto’s radio station 94.9 The Rock, Buckcherry frontman, Josh Todd, talked to Lee Eckley about pre-recorded tracks in rock concerts among other thigs: “A tragic thing that’s happening to rock music, because of technology, a lot of pre-recorded tracks and vocals have been brought into big rock shows. They’re becoming like pop shows. When you have pre-recorded tracks, you’re basically playing on a grid and there’s no spontaneity, and I feel like it’s creating this thing where there’s no more rock stars anymore… I don’t think that the majority of the concert-goers know how much is pre-recorded coming out of the PA speakers. I don’t want to name names, but we’ve been out with major acts, and I’d be standing at front of house and I’d be watching, and I’ll be watching the singer, and I’m like, ‘Man — I can’t even hear this guy take a breath,’ and then I look back at my tour manager, and he goes, ‘Four of these songs, he’s not singing the lead vocal.’ I go, ‘What?’ Then you go under the stage, and there’s some dude on a computer just working on Pro Tools sending all the stuff into their ears so that they can just lip sync it. I’m just blown away by what is going on… BUCKCHERRY has never been that, and we’re still not that to this day, and I think that’s part of our charm”.