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CONTEMPORARY This was during LIVES: & Ryan Lewis. indd 40 10/10/14 10:58 AM Haggerty and Lewis’s first meeting only hinted at how fruitful their collaboration would become. The pair got along well, but it was not yet the right moment for their partnership to take off. Lewis was a busy college student with no plans for a career in music, and Haggerty was struggling with addiction. AN ARTLESS ADDICTION Despite the early success of his debut album, Haggerty’s career was slipping away. indd 41 | 41 10/10/14 10:58 AM made he spent on sneakers and drugs.
Do I make the beats? Do I rap? Am I singing on tracks? . Why is that? Because the general public . . ” The public don’t care how the song came together. And I can’t change that. 7 Haggerty gives credit where credit is due. “I wouldn’t be in this position if it wasn’t for him. . ”8 adds special effects to the guitars or percussion sounds. Lewis claims he is not a control freak, but he believes that all the little things matter, even down to the style of font that spells out The Heist on their album cover.
He designed the band’s T-shirts and website and promoted them. indd 30 10/10/14 10:58 AM kicked him out of the band because they felt he took it too seriously. At Ferris High School, Ryan stayed out of trouble, but he did not excel. He was more interested in skateboarding and music than academics. In 2004, he started a new band, Schema. This was during his heavy metal phase. He listened to bands such as Norma Jean, Underoath, and the Bled. In the middle of his sophomore year, Ryan’s parents moved the family from Spokane to Seattle, and Ryan’s musical tastes transitioned again.