"We probably spent more time in the control room, fiddling with knobs and synths and computers and drum machines than actually playing together as a band," he says.
Twain, whose 1997 album "Come on Over" was a huge crossover hit, revealed that she also suffers from dysphonia, an ailment where the muscles squeeze the voice box."My fears and anxieties throughout my whole life have been slowly squeezing my voice," Twain told Winfrey.
Twain called her husband's betrayal "a trigger crisis," and "the straw that broke the camel's back of something that had already been building."Eventually, Twain found solace with Frederic Thiebaud, the husband of the woman who was once her best friend.
Twain's manager Jason Owen confirmed Monday that Twain is engaged to business executive Frederic Thiebaud. She reached out to Frederic Thiebaud in the aftermath, and wrote on her website last year that she had found "a dear friend and true gentleman." Shania Twain to Write Autobiography No word on when or where the wedding will be.
He almost never grants interviews and has rarely even been photographed.
"He's a very eccentric person, very laid back," says Bellamy. He is the kind of person to get into the mind of the artist and whatever the artist wants." Muse recorded their last three albums within a short driving distance of their families, but this time around they opted to travel to Vancouver and work at Warehouse Studios. "We all went there and had nothing to do but live and breathe the album." They cheated a bit by adding pianos and synths to a few songs, but they mostly stuck to their pledge of using just guitar, bass and drums.
"We wanted to spend our time in the live room, being performers," says Bellamy.