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Scott Weiland’s wild side has been extensively documented, but the frontman for Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver is in relatively modest, tuneful form throughout Blaster. His backing group, The Wildabouts, are students of ’70s rock (34-year-old lead guitarist Jeremy Brown died tragically upon the album’s release). This influence shows; there's a T. Rex cover (“20th Century Boy”) and the Marc Bolan–inspired “Way She Moves.” “Modzilla” evokes Blue Öyster Cult’s “Godzilla,” while “Beach Pop” imagines what The Beach Boys might've been like had they arrived a decade later. Even the acoustic-based “Circles” is reminiscent of country-rockers The Pure Prairie League. Fascinating stuff.

Customer Reviews

Missing Scott...

I've been a huge fan of STP, VR, AOA, pretty much anything Scott has been a part of because he had always had that "quality" in a performer that you can't practice, pretend, or copy. He was just Scott Weiland. He had so much left in him and Blaster, though a great album, is still a second to Happy in Golashes, 12 Bar Blues, etc. I had a chance to meet him once, briefly but he seemed like just a regular guy. His job was to make music, but he was built for that job. Buy Blaster, it is a great album, I only wish he was still here to give us some more. RIP.

Great album!

Blaster is a great mix between STP and VR. Weiland is back!

Scott Weiland

Saw him 4 times on his tour and got to meet him in Philly. This man is truly a rock legend. Thank you for the album and keep on pumping out more. He has touched many people's hearts over the years including mine

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