SCOTT WEILAND Talks About Making Of 'Tangle With Your Mind' Video

October 15, 2009

A two-part interview with STONE TEMPLE PILOTS/ex-VELVET REVOLVER singer Scott Weiland about the making of his new video, "Tangle With Your Mind", can be viewed below.

"I had watched this movie called 'The Science of Sleep' about a year ago and I fell in love with the film," Weiland told "I thought it was such a cool and interesting approach and I wanted to use that in a video sometime."

Weiland also had the idea that he wanted to reach out to film students and see if he could give someone a big break. So when relative newcomer Dennis Roberts came up with a treatment that was surprisingly close to what Weiland had already envisioned, he got the go-ahead. "I was really impressed," Weiland told "I've worked with huge video directors and [Roberts] and his crew were just as professional as anyone I've ever worked with."

"Tangle With Your Mind" comes off Weiland's second solo album, "Happy In Galoshes", which was released in November 2008 via Weiland's label Softdrive Records and distributed by New West Records/ RED/Sony. The CD, produced by Scott Weiland and Doug Grean (VELVET REVOLVER, SHERYL CROW, CRYSTAL METHOD),with select tracks recorded by Steve Albini, features a collection of songs that bring a revitalizing sound to Weiland's highly praised and unique musical style. The album also features several guest appearances including Adrian Young, Tony Kanal and Tom Dumont of NO DOUBT, who, along with Grean and Weiland, penned "Paralysis", which features Young on drums. "She's so Cold" was co-written by Gary Beers from INXS.

"Happy In Galoshes" sold 10,500 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 96 on The Billboard 200 chart.

Making of "Tangle With Your Mind" part 1:

Making of "Tangle With Your Mind" part 2:

"Tangle With Your Mind" video:

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