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EMP's cutting-edge rolls and curves depended on a Little Wing and a prayer
From the engineers and superintendents on down to the construction laborers, the experience of building the Experience has been unique. (June 20, 2000)

How to fill a music museum with sound without sending people out the door screaming
Experience Music Project acoustician Mark Holden, of Jaffe Holden Scarbrough Acoustics, knew he and his company had a world-class challenge in store. The task of containing, controlling and focusing the sound in all the undulating, curving portions of the EMP building was certainly going to push the acoustical envelope. (June 20, 2000)

If we designed a rock museum, here's how it would look (and smell)
If this were a real rock museum, you'd be patted down at the entrance by bouncers, and if you didn't have any drugs, they'd give you some. Strippers could wiggle their way in for free. Members of Katrina and the Waves, Tommy Tutone, Nena and Nu Shooz would rip your tickets. The floor would be sticky with spilled beer, the air alive with the funk of B.O. and patchouli, and all the toilets would automatically overflow. (June 20, 2000)

Experience Music Project: Words can describe it
So what would you call that thing? Here are a few of our favorite descriptions. (June 20, 2000)

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