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Velvet Revolver takes aim with a hard-rock merger

Slash, Scott Weiland take it to a heavier level

By Steve Morse
Globe Staff / May 28, 2004

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Hard-rock credibility is hard to acquire -- and even harder to sustain. Audiences are fickle, radio programmers' tastes change, acts lose their edge and turn into simpering fodder for classic-rock package tours. Few hard-rockers go the distance, but two bands that have scaled the heights are Guns N' Roses and Stone Temple Pilots. Guns ruled the '80s, the Pilots rocked ... (Full Article: 1362 Words)

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