The first live-in-the-studio footage of VELVET REVOLVER performing "Set me Free" will be seen at the beginning of halftime of the NBA basketball game on ABC TV tonight. The footage will be interspersed with scenes from the movie "The Hulk", for which the song was written. The game starts at 5:30 p.m. PST."Set Me Free" has been selected to appear in the upcoming film adaptation of "The Hulk" as well as on the accompanying soundtrack. The soundtrack, due on June 17, originally consisted only of the music score by Danny Elfman, but a deal struck last month will make "Set Me Free" the only vocal song to appear on the Decca/UMG CD. VELVET REVOLVER is the new band featuring STONE TEMPLE PILOTS singer Scott Weiland and former GUNS N' ROSES members Slash, Duff McKagan and Matt Sorum. The group's cover of PINK FLOYD's "Money" appears in director F. Gary Gray's remake of the 1969 British crime comedy "The Italian Job".
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