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I mean, visually, onstage, I kind of liken myself to a disco-dancing Frank Sinatra – a cross between Perry Como and John Travolta.” Robert DeLeo also added, regarding the comparisons of STP to Seattle bands, “People get so shallow, thinking that you grabbed your influences from the bands that are out now. Wouldn't anybody stop to think that we're all the same age and we all grew up on the same kind of music?” Dean DeLeo joked in a May 1993 Metal Hammer Germany interview, “We're planning to go on tour with Pearl Jam and Alice In Chains, so people can compare us immediately.”

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I mean, visually, onstage, I kind of liken myself to a disco-dancing Frank Sinatra – a cross between Perry Como and John Travolta.” Robert DeLeo also added, regarding the comparisons of STP to Seattle bands, “People get so shallow, thinking that you grabbed your influences from the bands that are out now. Wouldn't anybody stop to think that we're all the same age and we all grew up on the same kind of music?” Dean DeLeo joked in a May 1993 Metal Hammer Germany interview, “We're planning to go on tour with Pearl Jam and Alice In Chains, so people can compare us immediately.” 『つまり視覚的に、ステージではフランク・シナトラがディスコを踊る感じをイメージしてるんだ。ペリー・コモとジョン・トラボルタを足して2で割った感じね』 ロバート・デリオはこれに付け加え、STPと他のシアトルバンドを比較した場合、 『みんな軽薄なんだ。今売れてるバンドをそのままコピーすりゃいいと思ってる。俺たち全員が同い年でおんなじ音楽聴いて育ったわけじゃないだろが。いい加減その考え改めて欲しいもんだ』 ディーン・デリオは1993年5月のメタルハマージャーマニーのインタビューでこんな冗談を言っている。 『パール・ジャムとアリス・イン・チェインズと一緒にツアーに出ようと計画中なんだ。そうすりゃみんな簡単に比較対照が出来るだろ』

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