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Reply to "Mark Hart"

Reading through everyone's reactions, they all seem valid and understandable. I think for me the main point is we've all made a deeply emotional connection to Crowded House; it's dynamics, the love, the losses. There is an attachment to that name, it does mean something to all of us. Something that is not Neil Finn, or Finn Brothers, of Pajama Club, or any other moniker. 

We've all gone along for the ride, through its mutations and additions, some natural, some tragic. This latest move, however, seems like something has finally concluded for me. Crowded House are no more. And I can accept that. It's just not possible, however, in my heart to ever think of any other line-up being Crowded House. There has to be some essence of history to it, something indescribable but you just know, that's Crowded House.

If your dad remarries and says you have to call this women Mum now, that doesn't make her your mum. Names matter. 

For me, Crowded House are the best band ever and the Sydney 2016 gigs were a spiritual experience, and I don't say that lightly. But any other reformation will not be Crowded House in my heart. And every one's heart is different. And that's okay.

 

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