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It's not as if any of those influences weren't automatically obvious to anyone at least vaguely familiar with STP's catalog. He continues on, though, filling in the blanks as to when and how such oratory experimentation surfaced and it becomes apparent that change and musical exploration have never been something that Weiland shied away from. (This is a man, after all, that performs many of his hit songs through a megaphone live.)

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STPの楽曲を何となく聞き覚えのある人間にとっては、 どんな影響がもたらされたのか直ちに理解出来したというわけではない。 彼は続ける。そういった大っぴらな演説実験でもって、 いつどのようにブランクの埋め合わせを行なうか、 さらにはウェイランドがけっして臆することのなかった、 変化と音楽的冒険がいよいよ白日の下に晒される。 (この男、結局はメガフォンライヴを通じて自身のヒットソングをたっぷりと演奏する)

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