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2007.05.16 - Launch (via Blabbermouth) - Velvet Revolver 'Quietly Falling Apart' During Making Of New Album (Duff)

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Post by Blackstar Fri Apr 16, 2021 12:10 am

Velvet Revolver 'Quietly Falling Apart' During Making Of New Album

Launch Radio Networks reports: Velvet Revolver's new album, called "Libertad", comes out on July 3, but for a while it looked like it might not come out at all. Bassist Duff McKagan told Launch that even though the band started working with producer Rick Rubin and writing songs, he was worried that Rubin and the group weren't pulling together. "I wasn't nervous, it was just kinda happening, you know," he said. "It was quietly falling apart. I don't know what my emotion was about it, so I can say it now because we all kind of talk about it. It was just a drag, 'cause we just didn't have a goal. We didn't have a date booked for the recording studio, we didn't know when we'd have a record out, we didn't know what we were writing so many songs for."

The band ultimately parted ways with Rubin and hired Pearl Jam producer Brendan O'Brien, who got the band back on track.

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