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With a hit record, by summer 1993 it was time for STP to plan their first big tour. The band were offered a chance to open for Aerosmith on an arena tour, but turned it down. They wanted to play smaller venues that held 2,000-5,000 fans with cheaper ticket prices. So they put together a festival like tour, titled the Bar-B-Q-Mitz-vah tour with the Butthole Surfers, Flaming Lips, Basehead, and Firehose. The band had hoped to be part of the 1993 Lollapalooza tour, but weren't asked. In a September 1993 interview with Guitar School Dean DeLeo stated, “We didn't even get asked! We were really let down, because we would have loved to do that gig. So now we're on the ‘God-I'm-a-loosa' tour. [laughs] I'm only kidding.” Despite missing out on Lollapalooza, STP's summer 1993 tour was one of the most explosive of the summer, and they established themselves as one of the premier live bands in rock. The band even came out dressed as Kiss at the Roseland Ballroom in New York on August 3, 1993. That night was also the first time Scott Weiland ever tried heroin, which led to tensions in the band that lasted for a decade.

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With a hit record, by summer 1993 it was time for STP to plan their first big tour. The band were offered a chance to open for Aerosmith on an arena tour, but turned it down. They wanted to play smaller venues that held 2,000-5,000 fans with cheaper ticket prices. So they put together a festival like tour, titled the Bar-B-Q-Mitz-vah tour with the Butthole Surfers, Flaming Lips, Basehead, and Firehose. The band had hoped to be part of the 1993 Lollapalooza tour, but weren't asked. レコードのヒットのお陰で、1993年にはSTPにとって初のビッグツアーが計画された。エアロスミスのアリーナツアーの前座にというオファーもあったが、彼らはこれを断った。もっと小さくて、安いチケットで入場できる2,000人から5,000人収容の会場でプレイしたかったのだ。結局お祭りのようなツアーを企画し、バーB-Qミッツ-ヴァーツアーと銘打たれ、バットホール・サーファーズ、フレイミング・リップス、ベイスヘッド、ファイア・ホウスらと帯同することとなった。バンドは1993年のロラパルーザツアーへの参加を希望していたが、これは叶わなかった。 In a September 1993 interview with Guitar School Dean DeLeo stated, “We didn't even get asked! We were really let down, because we would have loved to do that gig. So now we're on the ‘God-I'm-a-loosa' tour. [laughs] I'm only kidding.” Despite missing out on Lollapalooza, STP's summer 1993 tour was one of the most explosive of the summer, and they established themselves as one of the premier live bands in rock. The band even came out dressed as Kiss at the Roseland Ballroom in New York on August 3, 1993. That night was also the first time Scott Weiland ever tried heroin, which led to tensions in the band that lasted for a decade. 1993年9月ギタースクールとのインタビューでディーン・デリオはこう言っている。 『声も掛からなかったんだぜ。これにはめげたよ。そのギグにはホント出たかったからね。で俺たちは今“神様オイラは負け犬”ツアーを敢行中ってわけ(笑)冗談だけどね』 ロラパルーザは逃したものの、STPのサマー1993ツアーは、その夏の一大イベントとなった。そして彼らはロック界におけるライブバンドの第一人者としての地位を築き上げたのである。1993年8月3日ニューヨークのローズランドボールルームでは、キッスの格好をして現れたりもした。この夜はまた、スコットウェイランドが初めてヘロインを試した一夜でもあった。これがその後10年にも亘り、バンド内に緊張をもたらすことになったのだ。

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