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  • Audio CD (Nov. 11 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Best of
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B0000CDLBR
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 83 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #6,987 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Vasoline
2. Down
3. Wicked Garden
4. Big Empty
5. Plush
6. Big Bang Baby
7. Creep
8. Lady Picture Show
9. Trippin' On A Hole In A Paper Heart
10. Interstate Love Song
11. All In The Suit That You Wear
12. Sex Type Thing
13. Days of the Week
14. Sour Girl
15. Plush (Acoustic)

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Stone Temple Pilots released their debut album in September 1992. The album, Core is now a classic, featuring such music/video favorites as "Sex Type Thing," "Plush" and "Wicked Garden." Purple, the band's second album, was released in June 1994 and entered the Billboard Top 200 at #1, where is remained for three straight weeks. Purple contains giants such as "Vasoline," "Interstate Love Song" and "Big Empty." Tiny Music...Songs From The Vatican Gift Shop was released in March 1996 and debuted Top 5. The band's third album includes the hits "Big Bang Baby" and "Lady Picture Show." 1997 and 1998 saw the Pilots involved in various extracurricular activities: Talk Show, a project that includes Dean and Robert; and Scott released his solo album 12 Bar Blues. October 1999 saw the release of No. 4, which yielded the hits "Down" and "Sour Girl." Shangri-La Dee Da followed in 2001. RIAA certifications include: Core 7x-platinum; Purple 5x-platinum; Tiny Music... Songs From The Vatican Gift Shop 2x-platinum; No. 4 1x-platinum. Other honors for the band over the years include a Grammy for "Best Hard Rock Performance With Vocal" for "Plush," two American Music Awards, one Billboard Music Award, two Billboard Video Awards, and an MTV Video Music Award.

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Format: Audio CD
It's been said that the two titans of the Grunge movement (1992-1996) were Nirvana and Pearl Jam. Another group like Soundgarden can been considered early practitioners, and that the Smashing Pumpkins stayed relevant longest of all to emerge from Grunge. So where did the Stone Temple Pilots fit in? For me, the Pilots were able to combine - a) raw, unbridled aggression -- also known as "edge" and b) captivating melodies - into a beautiful package. I don't think Pearl Jam was quite able to pull this off (being 'holier-than-thou' rockers doesn't do much for being "edgy"), and Nirvana - in my opinion - was heavier on rage/angst than melody. So for me, the Stone Temple Pilots were able to achieve that perfect balance between edge and melody a la "Sweet Child 'O Mine" or "Paradise City" by Guns 'N' Roses, and that's why they're my favorite act to emerge from the Grunge movement.
This 'Thank You' package is a godsend in that it contains an amazing 3 hours of footage of this great band (so I can throw out my old, clunky VHS tapings from MTV now). Scott Weiland is a great lead vocalist in that he seems to love being a rock star, in very much the same way that Jim Morrison did. He oozes an "I-don't-give-a-[hoot]" attitude, which I'm sure is the reason why so many suburban kids love gangsta rap. And even though this CD does a commendable job on capturing STP's best material, I'd highly recommend getting the full albums of 'Core' (my personal favorite) and 'Purple', because tracks like "Dead & Bloated" and the 8-minute "Where The River Goes" are ones not to miss if you're waxing nostalgic for Grunge.
It's seems particularly fitting that Scott Weiland has ended up as lead singer of a group of ex-GNR members (Velvet Revolver).
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By A Customer on Dec 2 2003
Format: Audio CD
Just when I think that their MTV Unplugged performance was the best thing Stone Temple Pilots produced, I was in Boomtown records browsing,seeing what's new, saw "Thank You" their sixth (??!!) I figured I'd try it out. I remember STP rocking in the 90's I checked out the song list, seemed solid and as an added bonus I would pick up live footage in the form of a DVD. $24 seemed a bit steep but I opted in as the last I've heard of Weiland's on and off Robert Downey Jr'ing of his life he was born again. Stripped down and toned was a shirtless Weiland sporting new tats and mascara - Scot had embraced weightlifting.Obligatory boom camera sweep over the crowed to the stage which I'm damn near certain they digitally removed the "Woodstock 99" (or whichever one went real corporate bad) banner and Photoshopped their name in cuz there's NO F*#@ING WAY that many people still go to see STP.
Track 8, 9 and 12 has noticeable feedback that actually hurt my ears and in my home no less. Only good take you could find of the song fellas? Yeah? Well thanks!
And then there's Crackerman. I'm going out on a limb and saying it IS STP - the best song they do. I hear the intro, the lights start pulsating and the people start jumping...BAM! BAM! BAM! then here comes Scot ready to make good on his part of the cut "...................." his mouth moves but you hear nothing. Not a word. You realize something's wrong with the sound. And this continues for the entire track. Unfortunately, due to my loyalty to this song, I was duped into watching the whole thing in hopes that some sound man, somewhere whether in actual recording, or mixing down, or mastering, or even printing would see/hear the problem and maybe...god forbid, FIX IT?!!
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In the early nineties, rock and roll music took on a huge change. Hair metal was out, and alternative/grunge rock was in. The decade saw its share of amazing bands, including Nirvana, Alice In Chains, and of course, Stone Temple Pilots. These guys very rarely failed to please. And, of course, when a band gets this popular, it's only natural for them to release a hits compilation. How does Thank You measure up? Read on and find out.
-If you're a casual fan of the band and nothing more, this compilation is for you. You get most of the band's big hits, including Vasoline, Down, Creep, Lady Picture Show, Sex Type Thing, Days Of The Week, and Sour Girl.
-You get an unplugged version of Plush!
-In addition to the hits, the compilation also gives you a number of underrated masterpieces - songs that aren't as popular as the hits, but are certainly nothing less in the quality department.
-Most stores carry this compilation.
-This version of the compilation features a bonus DVD.
-Where are Unglued, Hollywood B*tch, and the band's cover of the Led Zeppelin classic Dancing Days!? These omissions are unforgivable!
-The unplugged version of Plush is nice, but the original one is WAY better. If you're making a hits compilation, always make sure the most popular version of a song is the one that gets put on!
-The DVD jacks up the price of the complation. If you're a casual fan, just get the version that DOESN'T have the DVD.
Overall this is an excellent compilation for some of grunge rock's founding fathers. If you're a casual fan of the band and nothing more, Thank You almost certainly won't fail to please. It beautifully demonstrates just how influential and excellent the Stone Temple Pilots were.
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