This month's "Interview" features an extensive.. uh, interview with Jack White by none other than Buzz Aldrin. Try to pick yourself up a copy before it leaves stores. If you aren't into reading, there's always the pictures to look at. Here's a teaser. Be sure to click on the link above for the full interview.
"ALDRIN: You have a song on the album called "Love Interruption"? What's that about?
WHITE: Well, as a songwriter, it's really dangerous to use the word love in a song. It's a word that has been used in songs so many millions of times before, and it's the most popular topic to ever write about. So I thought that if I was going to be brave enough to actually use the word love in a song, I better be trying to make people think about it—and make myself think about it. I really wanted to stir up the notion of what love could mean, and what we really want when we say that word. It's a very powerful word.
ALDRIN: When love is interrupted, doesn't that mean you've been jilted?
WHITE: I think so, yeah. I think that sometimes love gets in the way of itself—you know, love interrupts itself. We want things so much that we sabotage them."