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Weiland also discussed Grunge, “People called it Grunge, but it wasn't Grunge…it was going on everywhere.” Weiland seemed to be talking about how Seattle gets the most attention when it comes to the Grunge era. chloesdad said on BelowEmpty.com regarding Weiland's rants, “Definitely went on rants that made little to no sense.” ※ 『Scott Weiland』は人物名です。

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またウェイランドはグランジについても一家言を呈し、 『みんなグランジって言うが、グランジってわけじゃなかったのさ。 その頃はどこでもやってたし』 彼は当時グランジ時代に突入していたシアトルが いかに熱かったかを喋っていたようだ。 但しchloesdadは、BelowEmpty.comで ウェイランドの吹かしについてこう言っている。 『完璧な吹かし、全くのナンセンス』

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