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Though he's not technically on "hiatus" from Stone Temple Pilots (he was "fired", sued, then countersued, was replaced by Linkin Park vocalist Chester Bennington and is now smack-dab in the middle of a messy divorce with his former bandmates – though he doesn't come across as bitter even slightly while discussing the past and the times he shared with his former co-workers), it's safe to say Weiland has moved on, both as a person and as an artist. "It's very liberating," Weiland describes of his work with The Wildabouts. "It's cool, the majority of us have similar influences musically – not a lot of arguing what direction to take a song."

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彼は決して技術的にストーン・テンプル・パイロッツから脱落したわけではなく、 (解雇、告訴更に逆告訴され、リンキン・パークのヴォーカリスト、 チェスター・ベニントンにその座を奪われ、かつてのバンド仲間との厄介な離縁の渦中にいる。 また自身の過去や、かつての仕事仲間と過ごした年月の話になっても、 特段辛そうな表情を見せることもなく) 何より一人の人間として、またアーティストとして、ウェイランドが進歩しているのは救いだ。 『非常に開放的なんだ』 ワイルダバウツとの仕事振りをウェイランドはこう表現する。 『イカしてるのは、俺たちの殆どが似たような音楽的影響を受けてるってことさ。 だから曲の方向性で揉めることがないんだよ』

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