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Duff McKagan recently spoke on the Standard Ass Rock Show to support the DeLeo bros (and Kretzel's) decision to boot frontman Scott Weiland from Stone Temple Pilots. “The Stone Temple Pilots guys, they had to do what they had to do. I completely [chuckle]… I understood what they had to do. I think they got a lot of backlash from STP fans, but what are you gonna do? They did the thing they needed to do, and good for them – they're healthy guys and good fellows, guys you pull for if you know them and you understand what they went through. “I went through the same thing with their singer and it's really frustrating. It's utterly frustrating when things are going good and one guy's kind of dragging it down. Or dragging it sideways at least … Sideways … I'll say sideways.”

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ダフ・マクカガンは最近、スタンダードアスロックショーに、ストーン・テンプル・パイロッツからフロントのスコット・ウェイランドを追い出す決断をした、デリオ兄弟を支持する意見を述べた。 『ストーン・テンプル・パイロッツってのは、誠に職務励行な連中なんだ。俺は完全に(クスクス笑い)、どうすべきか分かってたよ。STPファンからの反発があったのも知ってる。だからってどうすりゃいいんだい?必要なこと、物事を良くするための方法を採っただけなんだ。彼らは実にマトモで気の好い連中さ。知り合えば応援したくなるような。更に彼らの経験だって十分理解できるはずだよ』 『あの歌手には俺だって同じようなことをされたよ。ホント癪に障る。忌々しいったらありゃしない。上手く行ってるときだって、あのポン助は台無しにしやがる。あるいは最低でも横槍を入れることをしやがる。横槍、そう横槍だな』

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