Meatplow - Stone Temple Pilots - Purple / Core (CD, Album)

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  • Zulkijind
    This was taken from Richard Peterson's second album after seeking permission from the artist. The "12 Gracious Melodies" photograph on the rear sleeve is a line from the hidden track at B5 "Second Album". This is pressed on opaque purple marbled vinyl. This was also pressed on translucent purple vinyl.
  • Mazurg
    Editors' Notes The year signaled grunge’s last grunt as the dominant sound of alterna-teen culture. While Soundgarden enjoyed their first No. 1 record with Superunknown, Pearl Jam were actively avoiding MTV to deflate their own hype and the Nirvana saga came to a tragic where Stone Temple Pilots’ debut, Core, presented the San Diego upstarts as eager shotgun riders on the.
  • Taukinos
    They eventually settled on the name "Stone Temple Pilots." – Core and Purple. Stone Temple Pilots developed a fan base in San Diego clubs. In , Stone Temple Pilots signed with Atlantic Records. Their first album, Core, was released on September 29, , and peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard Albums Chart.
  • Vutilar
    Oct 18,  · The first 1, orders of Purple Super Deluxe Edition from the Stone Temple Pilots webstore included an exclusive replica 7" Stone Temple Pilots - Interstate Love Song vinyl single. Barcode and Other Identifiers.
  • Voodooshakar
    The Second Album! 12 Gracious Melodies! 11 Tracks. And 1 Interstate Love Song. Stone Temple Pilots • Purple • Rock • Grunge. 's Purple was a fantastic follow up to Stone Temple Pilots debut album Core. With hits like Interstate Love Song and Big Empty (from the Crow Soundtrack), Purple delivers in a way that most mid 90s albums do not.
  • Aragal
    referencing Purple, LP, Album, RE, RM + CD, Album, RE, RM + CD + CD +, , R2 I enjoyed the overall sound of this set. The vinyl sounds much better than the reissue i picked up a few years ago (it wasn't MOV).
  • Yozshuzuru
    Flannel-clad mall rats bought up yards of Purple, and the band took up extended residence on MTV, but Stone Temple Pilots broke little new ground. Which is no surprise. Suffering from the Dave Clark Five syndrome, the Pilots stand on the shoulders of giants (particularly Pearl Jam) and fail to measure up.
  • Kigam
    "Vasoline" is a song by American rock band Stone Temple Pilots from their second album, Purple. The song was the second single of the album (and also the second most successful, only behind "Interstate Love Song"), reaching #1 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart for two song's odd-sounding intro was created by Robert DeLeo, who ran his bass through a wah-wah pedal to get.
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