WATCH: Crosby, Stills & Nash Detail Their Rift in New Interviews

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Yesterday, part of folk-rock's most famous supergroup sat down - in separate rooms - to talk about one of their most beloved albums and reflect on their fractured state of personal affairs.

With Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young's Déjà Vu anniversary box set now available, CBS Sunday Morning profiled the new package and talked to David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash to hear their memories of the songs. While each recalled their time together warmly, it became clear that their fondness for the music did not necessarily extend to a fondness for each other.

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"Stephen and Neil and I are great," Nash admitted. "We talk often. We don't talk to David...When that silver thread that connects a band is broken, it's very difficult to glue the ends together."

Crosby, for his part, also revealed a rift of his own. "I don't expect to be friends with Graham at any point," he said. "Neil hates my guts. I said bad stuff about his girlfriend."

But for those who are looking for a little hope in this story, however dim, Nash at least admitted he wished it were different. "I do wish I could [reconcile]," he continued, "only because of the loss of the music."

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