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Robert was also full of praise for his new bandmate, telling Pop-Break.com, "Chester is an amazing human being. "Coming in, we knew we wanted to do this right and sing our songs the way they were supposed to be sung and move forward as a band. "LINKIN PARK will always be his first priority and we respect that. "The guys in LINKIN PARK have been amazing with all this. "Everyone likes to be surrounded by amazing people. We have a great management team, everyone's excited and working hard. We've got a lot of work to do. "There's people out there that really don't like the fact Scott isn't in the band. We have to go out there and prove ourselves. Our goal is to play the best set of songs we can play and really make that count."

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Robert was also full of praise for his new bandmate, telling Pop-Break.com, "Chester is an amazing human being. "Coming in, we knew we wanted to do this right and sing our songs the way they were supposed to be sung and move forward as a band. "LINKIN PARK will always be his first priority and we respect that. "The guys in LINKIN PARK have been amazing with all this. "Everyone likes to be surrounded by amazing people. We have a great management team, everyone's excited and working hard. We've got a lot of work to do. "There's people out there that really don't like the fact Scott isn't in the band. We have to go out there and prove ourselves. Our goal is to play the best set of songs we can play and really make that count." さらにロバートは新しいバンド仲間を最大に称賛し、ポップブレイク・ドットコムにこう語った。 『チェスターは実に途轍もない人間だ』 『入ってくるなり、俺たちはちゃんと演奏したいと思ったんだ。そして彼は、俺たちがそう意図して歌われるように作った通りに歌いこなしたんだ。バンドとして大いなる前進さ』 『リンキン・パークが彼の最優先事項だし、俺たちもこれを尊重してる』 『リンキン・パークの連中もこれには驚きっぱなしさ』 『誰だったと途轍もない人間に取り囲まれるのが好きだよ。俺たちは高度に管理されたチームだ。誰もが興奮してるし、一生懸命やってる。やるべきことが山ほどあるんだ』 『中には正直、スコットがいないのが気に喰わない人間もいるさ。だからこれから外に出て、俺たちが間違っていないことを証明しなきゃならない。俺たちが目指してるのは、曲を最高の形でプレイして、価値あるものにすることなんだからね』

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