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Picking up where Stone Temple Pilots' idiosyncratic Tiny Music ... left off, Scott Weiland’s solo debut further fleshes out the singer/songwriter’s art rock tendencies. Intricately layered vocals slink through crumbling drum loops, glam riffs and copious studio effects. “Lady, Your Roof Brings Me Down” is a fractured waltz riddled with synthesiser and accordion; “Where’s the Man” starts out as a folk ballad but gradually dissolves into mind-altering ether. Falling somewhere between robotic rock and old-school megamix, “Jimmy Was a Stimulator” is Weiland at his most peculiar and visionary.


Born: 28 October 1967 in Santa Cruz, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

After rocketing to fame as the frontman for grunge-era favorites Stone Temple Pilots, singer Scott Weiland later mounted a solo career and joined the supergroup Velvet Revolver. Born October 27, 1967, in Santa Cruz, California, he spent his first 15 years outside of Cleveland before moving back to the West Coast and immersing himself in the thriving Orange County punk scene. Weiland founded the band Mighty Joe Young with guitarist Robert DeLeo in 1987; later rechristened Stone Temple Pilots, the...
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