We don't listen to "best of" albums, we create them.

7/13/10

04 -- Stone Temple Pilots



albums considered.
Core, 1992Purple, 1994Tiny Music... Songs from the Vatican Gift Shop, 1996No. 4, 1999Shangri-La Dee Da, 2001Stone Temple Pilots, 2010

01 -- Crackerman
02 -- Vasoline
03 -- Lounge Fly
04 -- Trippin' on a Hole in a Paper Heart
05 -- Plush
06 -- Big Empty
07 -- Big Bang Baby
08 -- Unglued
09 -- Lady Picture Show
10 -- Kitchenware & Candybars
11 -- Days Of The Week
12 -- Sour Girl
13 -- Pretty Penny
14 -- Interstate Love Song
15 -- Sex Type Thing
16 -- Wicked Garden
17 -- Dead & Bloated
18 -- Creep
19 -- Army Ants

Dine-In.

Carry Out.
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Barons Lager


9 comments:

  1. "Days of the week" is an oozing, painful cock blister in the middle of an otherwise excellent collection which I have been enjoying for the last hour. Thanks.
    Chris

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  2. Haha I love that song. Right on though man, thanks for checkin' us out. We appreciate the feedback.

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  3. Days of the Week is a fantastic pop song. It shows STP's range and versatility as a rock band.
    Kitchenware and Candybars is one of their most underrated tracks. LOVE that song.

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  4. Jason S. HornsbyJuly 27, 2010 at 2:34 PM

    Good. You have "Trippin' on a Hole..." If you didn't include that one I'd have to say fuck this list.

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  5. SOUR GIRL!!! I now have full faith in your song selections. ;-) When it came out I was kind of put off by it, but the lyrics grew on me after getting "Thank You" and remind me of once upon a time.

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  6. i'm really glad that 'sour girl' is included on this list. say what you will about that song.. but i personally think it is really beautiful and different, whilst still maintaining the STP-ness that we all know and love.

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  7. good jam, good representation of peaks and valleys, less than glaring.

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