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Dean and I wanted to do something, we wanted to be part of the 12.12.12 concert but we ran it by Scott [Weiland] and he didn't want to do it. I think he was already booked to actually go back and do Starland at the time [his shows were rescheduled to other venues in December of 2012]. He was doing the solo stuff and [because of that] we didn't have the chance to go back. That's pretty fucking frustrating man. So to come back here now and re-open this, it means a lot. It's a really big deal for Dean and I.” Stone Temple Pilots fired Weiland in February and Chester Bennington replaced him in May.

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Dean and I wanted to do something, we wanted to be part of the 12.12.12 concert but we ran it by Scott [Weiland] and he didn't want to do it. I think he was already booked to actually go back and do Starland at the time [his shows were rescheduled to other venues in December of 2012]. He was doing the solo stuff and [because of that] we didn't have the chance to go back. That's pretty fucking frustrating man. So to come back here now and re-open this, it means a lot. It's a really big deal for Dean and I.” Stone Temple Pilots fired Weiland in February and Chester Bennington replaced him in May. 『ディーンと俺は何かやりたいと思ったんだ。で12-12-12コンサートには出場したかった。だがスコットにかけあうと、彼はイヤだって言うんだ。その時はもう再結成のスターランド公演を予定に入れていたんだと思う。〔後に彼のショーは会場変更され、2012年12月へと順延された〕 彼はソロナンバーをやっていたし(それが故に)俺たちは元の鞘に収まるチャンスを逸したんだ。何て癪に障る野郎だ。今からここへ戻って再オープンするってことが、大きな意味を持つんだ。ディーンと俺に取っちゃ、実に大きな取引なのさ』 ストーン・テンプル・パイロッツは2月にウェイランドを解雇し、5月にチェスター・ベニントンへと引き継いだ。

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