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During Weiland's formative years his musical influences were very diverse, he was a chameleon from the start. His first musical influence as a child was country music, listening to Hank Williams with his father in his car. He often credits his father for teaching him how to sing. In middle school John Lennon and David Bowie became two of his major influences along with R.E.M. At Edison High Scott met Corey Hickok while playing football, who turned him on to records by The Jam, Echo and the Bunnymen, Stiff Little Fingers, and The Buzzcocks. Scott also began to attend local Orange County punk rock shows seeing bands like Social Distortion during his teen years. Corey played guitar, and he and Scott quickly formed a postpunk band called Awkward Positions. The two eventually formed Soi-Distant. Soi-Distant featured Weiland, Corey Hickok on guitar, bassist Dave Stokes (Scott Tubbs at one point), keyboardist Britt Willits, and drummer Lonnie Tubbs.

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During Weiland's formative years his musical influences were very diverse, he was a chameleon from the start. His first musical influence as a child was country music, listening to Hank Williams with his father in his car. He often credits his father for teaching him how to sing. In middle school John Lennon and David Bowie became two of his major influences along with R.E.M. At Edison High Scott met Corey Hickok while playing football, who turned him on to records by The Jam, Echo and the Bunnymen, Stiff Little Fingers, and The Buzzcocks. Scott also began to attend local Orange County punk rock shows seeing bands like Social Distortion during his teen years. Corey played guitar, and he and Scott quickly formed a postpunk band called Awkward Positions. The two eventually formed Soi-Distant. Soi-Distant featured Weiland, Corey Hickok on guitar, bassist Dave Stokes (Scott Tubbs at one point), keyboardist Britt Willits, and drummer Lonnie Tubbs. 成長期の彼は、様々な音楽からの影響を受けた。滑り出しからカメレオンだったのだ。最初の音楽的影響はカントリーミュージックだ。彼の父が運転する車の中で聞いたハンク・ウィリアムズである。彼は歌の教師としてよく父親を引き合いに出す。中学生になるとジョン・レノンとデヴィッド・ボウイの二人がR.E.M.と並び、彼に最も影響をもたらした。エディスン高校時代、サッカーの練習中にコリー・ヒコックとの出会いがあった。彼にザ・ジャム、エコー&ザ・バニーメン、スティッフ・リトル・フィンガーズ、ザ・バズコックスを教えた人物である。さらにスコットはオレンジカウンティのローカルパンクロックショーに出演するようになり、10代を通してソーシャル・ディストーションのようなバンドをやっていた。ギターのコリーと共に、すぐさまオークワード・ポジションというポストパンクバンドを結成した。二人は最終的にソイ・ディスタントを結成し、メンバーの陣容はウェイランド、ギターにコリー、ベースのデイヴ・ストックス(臨時でスコット・タブズ)、キーボードにブリット・ウィリッツ、ドラムスはロニー・タブズであった。

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