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Former STP frontman Scott Weiland just recently embarked on the second leg of his “Purple at the Core” tour with his solo band, The Wildabouts. He recently had the chance to chat with Alan Sculley of HamptonRoads to reminiscence on STP's early days and provide a hint at what's to come for his solo career. When inquired about the band's disparate recording of their 2010 reunion album, Weiland said “No, we weren't hanging out much.” He noted that life in the band changed after the release of “Purple” in 1994. “That's kind of when it stopped. We were all chummy and all that up until then.”

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元STPのスコット・ウェイランドは、彼のバンド、ワイルダバウツと共に二度目となる《パープルアットザコア・ツアー》へ取り掛かった。彼は最近はハンプトンローズのアラン・スカリーとSTPの黎明期を回想する機会があり、これがソロ活動における指針のヒントとなったのだ。 2010年の再結成アルバムにおける、これまでとは違ったレコーディングについて訊かれると、 『いや、それほどダラダラやってたわけじゃないよ』 ウェイランドはこう言う。バンドでの生活は1994年の《パープル》リリースの後で変わってしまったのだと表明する。 『ある意味その時点で止まってしまった。それまでみんな仲良しだったというのにね』

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