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Bat trust god but practice jiu jitsu vintage shirt . was turned into a stage show. I saw it in Toronto last year. The songs are great and so were the performances, but I have never really wanted to go back and listen to the cast recording. I’m going to disagree with that. It was written as a rock opera, in the way The Who did with Tommy and Quadrophenia. It was then adapted for the stage, which is different than Tim Rice and Elton John sketching out Aida and putting that concept record out. Would you be able to expand on this a little? Is it because they cast known actors, over actual musical talent – or do you think the medium is just more suited to stage performances? I’m not knowledgeable on musicals at all, just intrigued about your thoughts on this! I love that version since everyone has to play their own instruments as well. It gives it a very cool vibe since it’s so stripped back compared to the original cast recording and the film version.