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Velvet Revolver is a hard rock supergroup formed in 2002 and consisting of former Guns N' Roses members Slash, Duff McKagan and Matt Sorum, alongside Dave Kushner formerly of punk band Wasted Youth. Stone Temple Pilots singer Scott Weiland was Velvet Revolver's lead singer from their formation until 2008. In 2004, the band achieved commercial success with their debut album, Contraband. Critics initially described…

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  • thompsonjohn, indeed. Kennedy is good vocalist but he sucks bad as frontman, at my opinion. He is too proper and correct (He will be perfect fit with some kind of christian band). Weiland is a fucking "junkie hurricane" on the stage (and I love it so much), one of the few last greatest frontmen of the last decade! VR were a real super-rock band: 2 my favourite bands combined at one. I hate a-la modern days super-rock collaborations like Winery Dogs and etc., but VR had definitely good ol' r'n'r spirit and did all they can fuckin' good. Miss them!
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  • Isn't it just sad Scott had to fuck this up like he does in every other band? I mean Slash, Matt Sorum and Duff had actually finally found a GOOD worthy successor to Guns N' Roses, that was a solid rock and roll band, and Scott goes and fucks it up. I guess Slash has finally been happy again with his solo band feat. Miles Kennedy that he's been with for a few years now, but they're no Velvet Revolver. I wish Scott would get his act together and go back to double duty in STP and Velvet Revolver, but it seems everyone associated with those bands have all moved on.
  • Slash has probably already thought about it but I reckon Chris Cornell would make an awesome fit, if he wasn't busy.
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  • Wish these guys would get back together. [2] They are much better than many bands that are successful today...
  • This fight could be the last fight
  • https://www.facebook.com/RedPlushBand >> https://soundcloud.com/redplush/sets/ep-1
  • Scott Weilland is irreplaceable
  • + Fall To Pieces +

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