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As the front man for Stone Temple Pilots, Weiland has remained a dominant force in rock music. Now with his 2nd solo release he proves that his music and songwriting is as potent and powerful as ever. Produced by Scott Weiland and Doug Green (Velvet Revolver, Sheryl Crow, Crystal Method), with select tracks recorded by Steve Albini.
Release in 1998 on Atlantic Records. Pitchfork Media stated upon its release that “12 Bar Blues is easily the most innovative album Weiland has ever produced for public consumption”, while Entertainment Weekly wrote that “the LP’s sheer invention and hooks will make your indulgence worthwhile.”
The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year is a new collection of Christmas standards performed by Scott Weiland. In the spirit of the greatest holiday crooners, The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year covers a variety of styles including big band swing, orchestrated ballads, reggae, bossa nova and more, all delivered with surprising ease by Scott Weiland.
Released in 2010. Produced by Stone Temple Pilots and mixed by Chris Lord-Alge (Green Day, Dave Matthews Band, My Chemical Romance), ‘STONE TEMPLE PILOTS’ sees one of rock’s biggest bands continuing to explore their enduring approach to music – melding big rock riffs, classic pop hooks, and the restless experimentalism of glam, punk, and psychedelia.
Thank You is a greatest hits collection released by Stone Temple Pilots on November 11, 2003 on Atlantic Records. The album has been certified Gold, for the sales of over 500,000.
Shangri-La Dee Da is the fifth studio album by Stone Temple Pilots. It was produced by Brendan O’Brien and released on June 19, 2001, by Atlantic Records.
№ 4 is the fourth album released by Stone Temple Pilots, released on October 26, 1999, by Atlantic Records. The album was a return to the band’s earlier hard rock roots, while also blending elements of heavy metal, psychedelic rock, and alternative rock. No. 4 was certified Platinum by the RIAA on August 7, 2000. The song “Down” was nominated for Best Hard Rock Performance at the Grammy Awards. The album also produced one of STP’s biggest hits, “Sour Girl”, which charted at #78 on the Hot 100.
Tiny Music… Songs from the Vatican Gift Shop is the third album by Stone Temple Pilots, released on March 26, 1996 on Atlantic Records. After a brief hiatus in 1995, STP regrouped to record Tiny Music, living and recording the album together in a mansion in Santa Barbara, California. The album had three singles reach #1 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, including “Big Bang Baby”, “Lady Picture Show”, and “Trippin’ on a Hole in a Paper Heart.”
Purple by Stone Temple Pilots, released June 7, 1994 on Atlantic Records. The album, building off the foundations laid by the band’s debut album Core, was a huge success for the band, debuting at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart and remaining there for three weeks, eventually selling over six million copies. It spawned a number of successful singles — “Vasoline” and “Interstate Love Song” both topped the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart and hit number 2 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart, while “Big Empty” also cracked the top ten on both charts.
Core is the debut album by Stone Temple Pilots, released on September 29, 1992 through Atlantic Records. The album, which peaked at #1 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart and #3 on the Billboard 200, was certified 8x platinum by the RIAA on December 18, 2001, making it the band’s best-selling album.
Libertad is the second studio album by Velvet Revolver, released on July 3, 2007. Libertad was the last Velvet Revolver album to feature Weiland on vocals, after his departure from the band in April 2008. Libertad is also the last record the band released on RCA Records.
Contraband is the debut studio album by Velvet Revolver, released on June 8, 2004 by RCA Records. A commercial success, Contraband debuted at number one on the American Billboard 200 chart and was certified double platinum by the RIAA.
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