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   Scott Weiland Solo


Scott has made numerous appearances on other artists' records, and he has recorded and released his own solo songs throughout the years. On this page, you'll find a backwards chronological overview of his work.

2006:

Scott has been working on a new solo record (shelved for now) as well as Velvet Revolver's second album, Libertad. In addition to that, he is also working on his auto-biography "Desperation #5" with writer David Ritz (slated for late 2007), co-starring in a new Joe Carnaham movie and launching his own clothing line through Von Dutch.

Scott re-launched his record label Softdrive Records in August, after signing a distribution deal with Sony/Red. The first release on the Softdrive label will be The Actual's album. In December, Scott has a song called 'Beautiful Day' running during the end credits of William Friedkin's movie 'Bug' featuring Ashley Judd. The song is a new version of an STP-outtake with the title 'Learning To Drive' that leaked to the internet a couple of years before.

On September 8, Scott performed an acoustic set with producer Douglas Grean at Legends Of Notre Dame in Indiana. The set featured three new solo songs: 'The Man I Didn't Know', 'Killing Me Sweetly' and aforementioned 'Beautiful Day'. He's written more than a dozen tracks for the new solo album, including "The Man I Didn't Know," "Beautiful Day," "I Know It's Late," "She Sold Her System," "Big Black Monster," "Killing Me Sweetly" and "Happy," a cut originally slated for Libertad.

   
2005:
On may 12, a night off from the running Velvet Revolver tour, Scott performs on the TV show Last Call with Carson Daly. He sings a new song called 'The Man I Didn't Know' with a band that included Douglas Grean on guitar and Panhead on steel drums. On November 11, Scott joined Cyndi Lauper at the Trump Taj Mahal for a taping of VH1 Decades Rock Live. He sang 'Barbarella', 'Money Changes Everything' and 'Time After Time'.
   
2004:

Velvet Revolver release their debut album 'Contraband' through RCA Records on June 8th. The album contains 13 original songs, with a limited edition release featuring the bonus track 'Bodies'. This track is a live version of the Sex Pistols song, performed on June 19, 2003. In addition to the Velvet Revolver originals and 'Bodies', the band also record b-side covers of Aerosmith's 'No More, No More', Nirvana's 'Negative Creep', Cheap Trick's 'Surrender' and Queen's 'Tie Your Mother Down'. The latter one was never released.

   
2003:

Scott continues working on solo material with writing partner Douglas Grean. He helps out Swedish singer/songwriter Emma Ejwertz who is recording with Douglas in Scott's L.A. studio. Scott sings and plays on two of Emma's songs: the Nirvana cover 'Heart Shaped Box' and the original 'Mr. Sweetheart', which he co-wrote and also plays keyboards on.

In June, Scott officially joins Slash, Duff McKagan, Matt Sorum and Dave Kushner to form Velvet Revolver. They appear on the soundtracks for 'The Hulk' and 'The Italian Job' and perform two shows before recording their debut album 'Contraband' in the last few months of the year.

   
2002:
In late 2002, Scott does some press to announce that he has been working on new material for a second solo album. He recorded the songs 'Big Black Monster', ' If Only I Could Fly' and 'Drop That Baby' at his home studio with producer Josh Abraham in August. He plans to perform at some charity shows to preview his new work, but this never happened. New Zealand band Pacifier record a song called 'Coming Down', on which Scott sings backing vocals. Their album 'Pacifier' is released in August.
   
2001:
Scott records the song 'Murder (You Know It's Hard)' with the Crystal Method. This song is released as a single, and later Scott is quoted saying that the guys from Crystal Method totally hacked and chopped what he had recorded for them. Scott's cover of Depeche Mode's 'But Not Tonight' appears on the 'Not Another Teen Movie' soundtrack.
   
2000:
On September 26, Scott performs 'Five To One' and 'Break On Through (To The Other Side)' with the remaining members of the Doors for the taping of their 'VH1 Storytellers' episode. This performance was later released on DVD. Also in this year, Scott and Dean DeLeo appeared on a remix of the Wallflowers song 'Letters From The Wasteland', and Scott sang on DJ Hurricane's version of the Queen classic 'We Will Rock You'. Scott was also involved with upcoming rap group The Underdogs, although no information is available on the songs he worked on with them.
   
1999:
Scott records the songs 'Let's Go All The Way' and 'Drop That Baby' with The Wondergirls (ft. Ashley Hamilton). He also works with the band Big Blue Missile, with whom he records 'Time Of The Season' (for the 'Auston Powers: Spy Who Shagged Me' soundtrack), 'Radio Superman', 'Waxing Hollow', 'Cartoon Hammer', 'Turn Out The Lights' and 'Yellow Pills'. Scott performs 4 songs with Big Blue Missile and Moby at the Sundance Film Festival. Another band he collaborated with this year was Limp Bizkit. He co-wrote and sang on 'Hold On', released in 2000 on the album 'Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water'.
   
1998:
In April, Scott releases his debut solo album, '12 Bar Blues' through Atlantic Records. He starts a short U.S. tour with his band called the Action Girls, featuring drummer Victor Indrizzo, bassist Martyn LeNoble, and guitarists Daniel Lanois and Aaron Embry. The two singles released from the album are 'Barbarella' and 'Opposite Octave Reaction'. Scott also worked with Limp Bizkit on 'Nobody Like You' and the unreleased song 'Dollfish', and sang on the song 'Coda' by Ashley Hamilton's band Fine.
   
1997:
Scott releases his first ever solo song, 'Lady, Your Roof Brings Me Down' on the 'Great Expectations' soundtrack. The song features Sheryl Crow on accordeon and was later released on Scott's first solo album, '12 Bar Blues'. Earlier that year, Scott appeared on Ringo Starr's album 'Vertical Man'. He sang backup vocals on the songs 'La De Da' and 'Mindfield'.
   
1996:
In 1996, Scott recorded the song 'Jindalee Jindalie' with Masters Of Reality. The studio version can be found on the radio promo cd, and a live version (recorded at the Viper Room in 1997) was released on the Masters Of Reality album 'How High The Moon'.
   
1995:
Scott wanted to record an album with his side-band The Magnificent Bastards, but this never happened. The band did release two songs. One original, 'Mockingbird Girl' was put out on the 'Tank Girl' soundtrack and was also released as a commercial single. The other song they released is a cover of John Lennon's 'How Do You Sleep?'. It was released on the 'Working Class Hero' soundtrack.
   

 

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* May: Velvet Revolver to release 2nd album, tour the U.S., then Europe.*
*Scott Weiland working on new solo album, clothing line and autobiography.*
No rumours to speak of.
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