"Jerry liked to party, and we liked to party, so it was a crazy time," recalls Cone. "He had this hotel that backed up to this famous Toronto strip club called The Brass Rail. So we were constantly going there every day, or a couple times a week at least...I remember one night we all went back to Jerry’s room and we were all doing mushrooms and I think Jerry just decided he was gonna go to bed. He said we could stay...and he had a suite, so he just went to his bedroom.
"The sun was starting to come up, and we decided we wanted the couch out on the balcony to watch the sun come up," says Cone. "So we were trying to slam this couch through the door of the hotel, and it wasn’t fitting. So we had to take the feet off it it, slammed it through the door. And we basically just threw those off from 20 stories up into the parking lots where cars were. And I remember Jerry waking up and losing his mind. Like, 'WHAT!?' He basically screamed at us like a father. We had basically kind of trashed his room as well...The other couches were turned upside down, tables were on their sides. It was like a bomb hit the room...and it was six o'clock in the morning.
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"He yelled at us so hard," laughs Cone. "And when you’re on mushrooms any little thing can set you off, good or bad, so we all got really upset about it. He went back to bed, and we wrote him a little note about how sorry we were and stuck it under his pillow and tiptoed out of his room."
"And then we went into the studio and recorded the next day," says Cone with a laugh.
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