TONY: So how do you guys make band decisions? Is it a democracy? Corin Tucker: It's more of a consensus. If someone really doesn't want to do something, then we won't do it. The internal dynamics and structure of the band reflect our ideals as much as the music does. We want to do something progressive and meaningful, something that could actually change things in a small way TONY: What is it you would like to change? Corin Tucker: The traditional rock & roll structure where the people in the bands are the guys and the women are their girlfriends. I grew up wanting to be in a position of power, but the more I thought about about doing a rock band in a totally different way, the more I realized the whole power dynamic had to be overturned for it to be truly revolutionary.