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"The feel and energy of Libertad informs the eternal struggle for freedom - individual, political and social freedom." So says Velvet Revolver's frontman Scott Weiland in describing the band's forthcoming album. Produced by Brendan O'Brien, Libertad is the follow-up to Contraband, VR's debut album, released in June 2004, which earned three million in sales worldwide, debuted on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart at #1 and was awarded a Grammy for the lead track, "Slither." 1st single: She Builds Quick Machines.
"The feel and energy of Libertad informs the eternal struggle for freedom - individual, political and social freedom." So says Velvet Revolver's frontman Scott Weiland in describing the band's forthcoming album. Produced by Brendan O'Brien, Libertad is the follow-up to Contraband, VR's debut album, released in June 2004, which earned three million in sales worldwide, debuted on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart at #1 and was awarded a Grammy for the lead track, "Slither." 1st single: She Builds Quick Machines.
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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Catalog: 688859
Rel. Date: 07/03/2007
UPC: 828768885925

Libertad [Import]
Artist: Velvet Revolver
Format: CD
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"The feel and energy of Libertad informs the eternal struggle for freedom - individual, political and social freedom." So says Velvet Revolver's frontman Scott Weiland in describing the band's forthcoming album. Produced by Brendan O'Brien, Libertad is the follow-up to Contraband, VR's debut album, released in June 2004, which earned three million in sales worldwide, debuted on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart at #1 and was awarded a Grammy for the lead track, "Slither." 1st single: She Builds Quick Machines.

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Who would have thought that 2/5 of the original Guns N' Roses plus Scott Weiland would equal a happy, profitable, professional partnership? Slash, Duff and the skeleton of the ex-Stone Temple Pilots frontman appear to have ditched their infamous vices in favor the sort of simple, serpentine grooves we wish Chris Cornell would rock again. Although this sophomore effort was originally intended to be a concept album, the veterans realized they were too old for that crap'"although not too old for scarves; as Aerosmith have proven time and time again, you're never too old for scarves'"and kept things lean and mean. If "She Builds Quick Machines" is any indication, we can probably expect three or four lowlife rockers for every "Fall to Pieces" Bic-flicker, just the right ratio for a modern rock titan. Wonder if there are any plans to take Army of Anyone on tour' they could use the help.
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