Stone Temple Pilots Essentials

Stone Temple Pilots Essentials

Stone Temple Pilots distinguished themselves from the rest of the grunge movement by mixing alt-rock edginess with classic rock moves. They initially made their bones bashing out heavy jams like “Sex Type Thing” and “Unglued,” showcasing Scott Weiland's murky baritone and Dean DeLeo's churning, Hendrix-style fretwork pinned to pummeling beats. But STP never liked being pigeonholed, and they often left the world of riff rock to explore their love of glam and psychedelia—packed with art-pop hooks, Tiny Music… is one of the most melodically inventive albums of the '90s.

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