Post by xAngelPromisex on Aug 1, 2011 15:06:53 GMT 1
That, and i also think he's just quite shy. I mean, Georg manages now and then to get a word in edge ways when Bill and Tom are there and he jokes around with them too sometimes, like in the Humanoid City Tour interview (ahah i love that interview so much!) and i think if Gustav wanted to, he could probably join in a bit more. He always just seems so shy - or like he's falling asleep Like in the Leb' Die Sekunde dvd when they are answering questions, it's mainly Bill, Tom and Georg talking and Gustav is just sitting sideways in the back hardly saying anything. So i think he's just naturally shy and i think if he tried to involve himself more in an interview, he probably could. That's why i love the video where it's just him answering questions because he's actually a really interesting guy and his English is also SO good!
'Du Bist Alles Was Ich Bin Und Alles Was Durch Meine Adern fließt'
Oh, that "Leb die Sekunde"-DVD interview... I don't think Gusti had a shy moment there. Seemed more like he was majorly annoyed with something. He was in a mood and it was probably for the best he didn't speak more than he did during that interview. The few things he did say... cracked me up when I saw it for the first time because he really seemed close to throwing a tantrum or something. *haha* I always have to think of that when the guys say that he can be quite bitchy and moody. Bless him. Gusti is great! ;D
When I started reading some of their old Bravo articles where they were first introducing the band, I was mostly bewildered with how Gusti was described. The one with the big mouth, always making jokes and entertaining everybody. Sounded like a completely different person! *lol* I wasn't sure what to make of it but I think he just calmed down a bit and is still that "clown" of the band but more in private when they are amongst each other and not so much in front of the media. But that's just the impression I got. He also seems to be rather content with not having to be the centre of attention most of the time.