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STP didn't start working with Chester Bennington until a month ago. Dean DeLeo said that Chester was the only choice to replace Scott Weiland, there was nobody else in mind. Robert said there is a chemistry between this new incarnation of the band.

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ほんの一ヶ月前まで、ストテンがチェスター・ベニントンと活動を始める兆候などなかった。 ディーン・デリオはこう言う。 スコットの代わりにはチェスター以外考えられなかった。 ほかには誰も思い付かなかったんだ。 またロバートはこう述べている。 このバンドの蘇生に関して不思議な反応が起きている。

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