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Weiland also said that he wanted his new solo record out by Christmas but he had to tour this year for money, “Rock and roll records don't sell any more, touring is the only way to make money.”

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ウェイランドはクリスマスまでにソロアルバムをリリースしたいとも言っていた。但し今年は金儲け目的のツアーはやらないとも。 『ロックのレコードはもう売れないんだよ。金儲けならツアーに限るさ』

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