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- Posted on Oct 27th 2009 4:00PM by Benjy Eisen
"When we get back, we're going to finish the album," Weiland tells Spinner. "And then when we finish the album, there will be a big tour around its release and that will probably be a long tour." Without knowing the specifics quite yet, he speculates that the tour will likely stretch over a year, with some breaks. After that, he says, he'll press onwards with work on his third solo album.
And here you thought all he did was rock 'n' roll all night and party every day. For his part, Weiland asserts that while his highs (pardon the pun) are high, his lows aren't really lower than anybody else's. "It just happens that, at some point, my personal life became public interest," he says. "Every day, your average Joe, they have the same experiences that I have. They're just not reported on."
Yeah, because just about every "average Joe" has cut albums with the members of Guns N' Roses, won Grammys and continues to make hit songs, right?