All In The Suit That You Wear
This collection has all of their hits and is spectacular in it of itself but there is one song that rains supreme. All In The Suit That You Wear is in my opinion STP’s best song, it shows how they have progressed over the years and showcases some of Scott’s best vocals, (Rest In Peace...) Dean’s fabulous riffs, Robert’s catchy bass lines, and Eric’s best drumming.
By puck yu
Really Apple Tax?!?
Such a great album by a phenomenal band, Stone Temple Pilots is easily one of my favorites. It’s so cool how all their songs manage to sound so different and unique from each other. My favorite song is “Interstate Love Song” but “Big Empty” and “Trippin On A Hole In A Paper Heart” are close behind!
Good start to a collection
Great collection release but still misses some great STP songs like Art School Girlfriend, Still Remains and a few more.
Underrated Amazing Band
By Guy from San Pedro
I don't own this album.I own their first three albums though.Stone Temple Pilots is not a knockoff Grunge band.Only their first two albums are Grunge.They have some amazing songs.My favorite song by them is Lady Picture Show.Buy their albums instead of this album Core,Purple,and Gift Shop are all masterpieces. Scott Weiland was an amazing vocalist and he will be missed.STP was one of the best bands of the nineties along with Alice In Chains,Nirvana,Soundgarden,Tool,Jane's Addiction,Foo Fighters,Rage Against The Machine,Metallica,Weezer,Beck,andPrimus.
By John From Earth
Jesus...so much talent and energy in well crafted songwriting and purposeful melody lines. One of the all time greats.
Wasn't m much of a Follower...
That is...Until I heard "Interstate Love Song". These guys are something, & I'll dedicate my PURCHASE of this album to Scott Weiland.
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BEST GREATEST HITS ALBUM OF THE 90's
Even though I was born after this (STP)band was popular I love them.Their just a great band that is very very underrated and have been called posers and still went on and didn't brake up for almost ten years '92-02 and then in '08 came together again till '15 just shows you how well they worked together. This how I rank the songs ( my personal favs)
1. Trippin On a Hole in a Paper Heart - Great vocals and even better guitar work and nice job on drums to Eric and MONSTER baseline by Rob.
2.Down- Heavy sludgy guitar riffs, good bass, playing terrific vocals and another great job on drums.
3.Lady Picture Show- Catchy Chorus with fantastic vocals and good solo and a nice beat.
4.Big Empty-Weird meaning but good song nonetheless it's depressing but it's good sounding depression.
5.Days of the Week- a pretty good song on the much forgotten Shangri-La De Da album and its just showing of everything they can do.
6.Sex Type Thing-Great memorable song from the 90's and just a grunge sounding song and very dark and sexual song that's fun to listen to.
7. Creep- good chorus and great openings before the chorus but it's just to long as a song.
8.Wicked Garden-It's a good song but it drags out and has a good beat.
9. Vasoline- it's a great song but it needs to be longer as a song.
10. Sour Girl- Its another song that just drags out but is a great song and everybody remembers the music video.
11.Big Bang Baby- Great song it's just a little to pop and glam look at me stuff but other than that good song.
12.Interstate Love Song- Overrated it's just repetitive and has no real change in beat but is extremely catchy and very difficult to get out of your head.
13.Plush- Overrated and is not their best song by far but is catchy and has very good everything.
14. All in the suit you wear- this is the only song I dislike by STP enough said.
15.Plush (acoustic) it's just not a good sound quality but it's a great terrific vocal performance by Scott.
Thank you STP
And thank you guys for taking the time to read this bye 😀😀😎😎
Could A Greatest Hits Collection Be Greater?
WOW. That's all I can say. Incredible stuff from start to finish. I had never fully realized how expertly STP has mastered the craft of the short, FM radio, hard rock single. These songs are powerful and succinct, and that is unbeatable combination. As far as "greatest hits" compilations go, there are few that are greater than this right here.
Rest in peace Scott
By Just not the same
Love this album!!!!