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Dean explained that they wanted to be able to fulfill their commitment through the band too. He said: "Robert, Eric [Kretz, drums] and I, we want to be able to come to town and give you everything we've got and it was getting to a point where we were unable to do that." STP will release the new EP through their own label. It will contain five songs, including "Out Of Time". STP fired Weiland in February after reuniting with him in 2010 for a series of tours and one self-titled album. The band had previously been on hiatus since 2002, primarily due to the singer's struggles with drugs and alcohol.

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ディーンが説明するには、皆はもっとバンド自体を通じた活動を充実させたいとの願望もあったという。 『ロバート、エリック(クレッツ:ドラムス)と俺は、街へ繰り出して持てる力を披露したいと思ってるんだ。それが事実上不可能な地点に到達していたんだ』 STPは自主制作レーベルからEPをリリースする。《アウトオブタイム》を含む5曲入りだ。 STPは2010年に再結成され、一連のツアー公演とバンド名タイトルのアルバムをリリースした後、2月にウェイランドを解雇している。2002年以降も、バンドは主としてこのシンガーのドラッグ、アルコール騒動による活動休止を余儀無くされている。

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