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Customer Reviews

Good Balance

This is a good album. There's a good balance between hard rock songs and slower songs. The slower, thoughtful songs ("Sour Girl," "Glide," and "I Got You") are great.

Down

Down and Sour Girl are the best songs.

One of the best!

This truely is one of the best albums, Ston Temple Pilots has ever put out. For me it was a classic mix of all of their albums. Atlanta is probally on of the best songs that not alot, except hard core fans, have heard of. This album takes me back to my trip to New Orleans, pre Katrina that is. Weiland is like the second comming of Jim Morrisson. This band for me is my "Doors". They have never made a bad album, weird, but never bad.

Biography

Formed: 1992 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Stone Temple Pilots were able to turn alternative rock into stadium rock; naturally, they became the most critically despised band of their era. Accused by many critics of being nothing more than ripoff artists who pilfered from Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, and Alice in Chains, the bandmates nevertheless became major stars in 1993. And the influence of those bands was apparent in their music, although Stone Temple Pilots did manage to change things around a bit. STP were more concerned with tight song...
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