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SCOTT WEILAND SAYS STONE TEMPLE PILOTS NEED TO RECORD NEXT ALBUM WITH BRENDAN O'BRIEN In a new interview with CleveScene.com, Scott Weiland yet again states that he is still the lead singer of Stone Temple Pilots and even says he'd like to see the band reunite with producer Brendan O'Brien for their next album. O'Brien produced STP's first 5 albums. ※ 『Stone Temple Pilots(STP)』はバンド名、『Scott Weiland』と『Brendan O'Brien』は人物名です。

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スコット・ウェイランド曰くストーン・テンプル・パイロッツは次回作のレコーディングにブレンダン・オブライエンを要請 CleveScene.comのインタビューでスコット・ウェイランドは、 またもや自身が未だにストーン・テンプル・パイロッツの リード・シンガーであることを主張した。 加えてバンドの再結成を果たし、プロデューサーに ブレンダン・オブライエンを迎えてニューアルバムの製作を行いたいと述べた。 オブライエンは5枚目まで、ストテンのアルバム・プロデュースを行っている。

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