Stone Temple Pilots have always prided themselves on their influences and tastes, one of the obvious ones has always been The Beatles. Look at their catalogue and you'll find tunes like "I Got You," "Pretty Penny" and the hit "Sour Girl" and you immediately get a Beatles vibe. Here they cover "Revolution," one of the strongest of all Beatles cuts, with gusto and style. Vocalist Scott Weiland rips and roars here and the entire sound of the track is a wonderful homage to the sound of the original but updates it for the 21st Century. It proves classic songs still rock more now than ever. This is also a band that has proven they can play songs from the greats, consider their renditions of "Dancing Days" for the Led Zeppelin tribute album and "Break On Through" for The Doors homage, both were also great, memorable versions. Here they do "Revolution" with a vibe and energy that is both classic and timeless, maybe someday they will treat us to versions of "Tomorrow Never Knows" or "Happiness Is A Warm Gun."