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Basically it was the same thing all over again. In this situation it's like, I don't know what the terms of your own personal contract was, but I was unlawfully fired. We had specific rules in our contract on how it has to be done, and it wasn't followed.” On the problems in STP last year: “There were financial things we were dealing with, and I also felt on a creative level that we needed to take a break. I felt like we were playing the same set over and over and over. We were supposed to do a big big release of the box set for the 20th anniversary of Core and go on tour in the summer of 2012 and play Core in its entirety which is an idea we got from a couple other bands, namely Weezer. It was hugely successful, and for us to do that with Core, the offers we were getting were amazing, and they didn't want to do it. There was a lot of promotion that would have had to take place. So that didn't happen, so we ended up playing the greatest hits set, which was basically the same version of the set we had been playing since 2008 when we got back together.

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『根本的には前とおんなじことなんだ。つまりこうした状況ってのは、個人的な契約条項を知ってるわけじゃないんだが、俺は非合法的に解雇されたんだ。契約にはちゃんとした取り決めがあった筈なんだが、守られなかったんだ』 昨年STPに起こった問題について: 『財政上の問題があったのは事実だ。ただ創造性の観点から言えば、一息入れる必要があったんだ。おんなじ演目で毎日その繰り返し。アルバム《コア》20周年記念ボックスセット発売に向けて、2012年の夏はこの《コア》全曲完奏ツアーさ。こうしたアイディアだって他の二三のバンドから頂戴したものだ。即ちウィーザーからね。もちろん《コア》のパフォーマンスは大成功を収めたよ。それから驚くほどのオファーが舞い込んだけど、俺たちはやりたくなかった。一大プロモーションを展開してたかもしれんね。でもやんなかった。グレイテストヒッツライヴはお終いにしたんだ。だってそうだろ、2008年に再結成してから、ずっとこればっかりやって来たんだから』

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