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"It's like the world doesn't seem very real, I don't know," Duritz said.
The longtime Counting Crows singer suffers from Depersonalization Disorder, which makes the mind feel disengaged from the body and one's surroundings, for periods lasting from minutes to months. He says it dooms all his relationships and has left him a lonely man in his 50th year.
In fact, if there's any stereotype that Duritz fits, it's the tortured artist. In my 20 years of interviewing celebrities, I don't think I've ever run across an interview subject who sounded more depressed, or was more willing to talk about his depression.
"I've gotten a lot of shit together in the last six or seven years," Duritz said.
After both tapes were listened to, Duritz and Bryson's tape was selected, and they were asked to record the song for what would be their debut album.
August and Everything After (1993) was the result, and "Round Here" appeared on the album.
Along with bandmates Vickrey, Bryson, and Immerglück, Duritz co-wrote the song "Accidentally in Love" for the soundtrack of the movie Shrek 2, winning them each an award from BMI.
Duritz has recorded solo material of his own and has collaborated with other musical acts.
He has also founded two record labels, E Pluribus Unum and Tyrannosaurus Records.
Producing the album was David Bryson, and Durtiz would end up befriending both.
In 1990, Duritz joined with Bryson in forming the band The Himalayans.
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I can run a band and a crew, and I can write songs and play them really well." Released earlier this month, ." Duritz denied what seems like it might be the only upside of his affliction: that it helps him write great lonely, emotionally distant songs like 1996’s “A Long December” or the new track “Dislocation.” (Sample lyric: “I am rich and in the radio./I'm fading out in stereo./I don't remember me./Dislocation, dislocation.”) "There's nothing, and I mean nothing, positive about it," Duritz said. There's nothing about it that's good, as far as I'm concerned." Especially not romantically, according to Duritz.