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the success of his red-hot reunion tour with Stone Temple
Pilots, Scott Weiland has announced
the release of his highly-anticipated sophomore album, 'Happy
In Galoshes' out 19th January 2008 via
his own Softdrive Records (via New West Records).
Rocketing to the forefront of the music world in 1992, Scott
Weiland has become one of the music world's most highly-respected
and prolific artists. As the front man for Stone Temple
Pilots, Weiland has remained a dominant force in rock
music since the group's inception. Now with his sophomore solo
release Weiland proves that his music and song-writing is as potent
and powerful as ever.
'Happy In Galoshes', produced by Scott
Weiland and Doug Grean (Velvet Revolver, Sheryl
Crow, Crystal Method), with select tracks recorded by
Steve Albini features a collection of songs that
bring a revitalizing sound to Weiland's highly praised and unique
musical style. The album also features several guest appearances
including Adrian Young, Tony Kanal and Tom
Dumont of No Doubt who, along with Grean
and Weiland, penned "Paralysis," which
features Young on drums. "She's so Cold"
was co-written by Gary Beers from INXS.
The album also includes other standout tracks such as the dynamic
"Missing Cleveland" and the catchy
hooks of "Talk About Love." Scott
Weiland plans to tour in support of the release in early
spring, following the release of the album.
STP's impressively extensive and top-selling
music has sold more than 35 million albums worldwide. The band's
catalogue includes five studio albums have spanned countless hits
including the album Purple, which went to #1
on Billboard's Top 200 Album Chart. The band
was also awarded a Grammy Award in 1994 for "Best
Hard Rock Performance" for its song "Plush."
In 2004, Weiland became front man for rock super-group Velvet
Revolver and lead the group to achieve both critical
and commercial success for their debut album Contraband,
which included the hit song "Slither"
that won the 2005 Grammy Award for "Best
Hard Rock Performance." The release was followed
up by a sophomore album entitled Libertad in
2007. Weiland's debut album, 12 Bar Blues, was
released in 1998.
1/ Missing Cleveland
2/ Tangle With Your Mind
3/ Blind Confusion
5/ She Sold Her System
6/ Blister On My Soul
8/ Killing Me Sweetly
9/ Big Black Monster
10/ Beautiful Day
3/ The Man I Didn’t Know
4/ Sometimes Chicken Soup
5/ Somethings Must Go This Way
6/ Pictures And Computers (I’m Not Superman)
7/ Sentimental Halos
8/ Reel Around The Fountain