Stone Temple Pilots – Thank You (Greatest Hits)

Stone Temple Pilots - Thank YouThe other day I had plans to do some work in my basement. The job was going to take a fair amount of time so I grabbed an old pair of computer speakers and plugged them into my iTouch. From there I loaded up my Slacker Radio player and started listening to the Rock station.

After a few hours of listening to an awesome variety of music, a version of a familiar song came on that I hadn’t heard before. The song was Plush by Stone Temple Pilots, the variation was that it was an acoustic version. Having a bit of a thing for acoustic songs, I made a mental note to look up the song when I was finished my project.

Later, while searching on Amazon, I found that the song I was looking for was on a greatest hits album entitled “Thank You”. Looking over the track list, I saw several songs that I used to listen to in years past. Rather than downloading the single song from iTunes, I went with the entire album.

While there isn’t anything on this album that I don’t already have buried somewhere in my CD collection, I thought it was a great compilation of songs to have for the occasional listen. Over the past few days I have played the album while working on random things and have really enjoyed having picked it up.

Do you have a favorite song by
the Stone Temple Pilots?

2 comments On Stone Temple Pilots – Thank You (Greatest Hits)

  • STP is one of my favorite bands and Plush is probably my favorite song, but my favorite under the radar song is Seven Caged Tigers, which is the last song on “Tiny Music…” It is just a great no frills rock song.

  • STP is a great band… I actually got interested in their music when they covered Led Zeppelin’s “Dancing Days” on the Encomium album- I still like their version of this song. “Interstate love song” is another favorite.
    It’s funny that you posted this Walt, because I just came upon an old STP cd about a week ago, and have been listening to it in my car!

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