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“We didn't ever really see Scott; he rode in his own bus and the band kept themselves apart right up until they were about to get on stage,” Anthony explained. “The DeLeo's and Eric are just incredible guys; they would hang out and the dynamic was great. Between them and Scott is a whole different story and that doesn't come as news to anyone. Whatever potential drama was occurring, I stayed out of it and I never really knew what exactly was going on. What I do know is whenever they got on stage it was the real deal and Scott is one hell of a frontman.”

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『(ツアー中)スコットを見かけたことは無かったよ。彼は自分のバスに閉じこもってて、 バンドの連中とは、いざステージって時まで一切接触しないんだぜ』 アンソニーはこう説明する。 『デリオ兄弟とエリックは、ずば抜けた野郎さ。 よくたむろってたけど、ライヴとなると物凄いんだ。 連中とスコットとでは、流れてる時間が違ってたね。最早何の新鮮味もないみたいな。 いずれは勃発するドラマが進行していたにせよ、俺は関わらなかったさ。 実際詳しいことなんて知る由も無かったし。 今はっきりと言えることは、連中が一旦ステージに上がったら、 これはもう半端ないんだが、スコットはと言えばフロントとしては厄介者だったということさ』

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