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You haven't worked together before… Patrick: No. We had the same manager, but that was about it. We ran into each other at a concert once, I think it was a Christmas thing over at KROQ. Bennington: At Universal Studios. We saw each other there. We'd kind of said hello in passing a few times. I know we played, with Linkin Park, at festivals, but we've never done a proper tour where we were out on the road together for a good amount of time.

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You haven't worked together before… これまで一緒にやったことはなかったと思うが、 Patrick: No. We had the same manager, but that was about it. We ran into each other at a concert once, I think it was a Christmas thing over at KROQ. パトリック:うん、ないよ。でもおんなじマネージャーなんで、似たようなことはあったんだ。 お互いのコンサート会場に飛び入りしたことが一度だけあるんだ。KROQのクリスマスイベントだったと思うけど。 Bennington: At Universal Studios. We saw each other there. We'd kind of said hello in passing a few times. I know we played, with Linkin Park, at festivals, but we've never done a proper tour where we were out on the road together for a good amount of time. ベニントン:ユニヴァーシティスタジオだ。そこで俺たちは出会ったんだ。何回か挨拶する程度だったんだけど、フェスティヴァルでリンキン・パークと一緒になったことがあるなとは思ってた。ただ本格的にこんなに長いこと一緒にツアーするのは初めてってことになるね。

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