Download No Way Out - Stone Temple Pilots - Nº4 (CD, Album)

Label: Atlantic - 83255-2 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Grunge


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  1. No Way Out Guitar – Dean DeLeo Music By – Stone Temple Pilots Percussion – Dean DeLeo: 7: Sex & Violence Guitar – Dean DeLeo, Robert DeLeo Music By – Robert DeLeo Percussion – Brendan O'Brien: 8: Glide Bass [Fuzz], Guitar, Zither – Robert DeLeo Guitar – Dean DeLeo Music By – Robert DeLeo Piano – Brendan O'Brien /5(3).
  2. No Way Out Guitar – Dean DeLeo Music By – Stone Temple Pilots Percussion – Eric Kretz: 7: Sex & Violence Guitar – Dean DeLeo, Robert DeLeo Music By – Robert DeLeo Percussion – Brendan O'Brien: 8: Glide Bass [Fuzz], Guitar, Zither – Robert DeLeo Guitar – Dean DeLeo Music By – Robert DeLeo Piano – Brendan O'Brien /5().
  3. No. 4 is the fourth studio album released by American hard rock band Stone Temple Pilots, released on October 26, , by Atlantic Records. The album was a return to the band's earlier hard rock roots, while also blending elements of heavy metal, psychedelic rock, and alternative rock. Despite the lack of promotion due to singer Scott Weiland's one-year jail sentence shortly before the album's release, No. Genre: Alternative metal, hard rock.
  4. Stone Temple Pilots - No. 4: Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: Down: A2: Heaven & Hot Rods: A3: Pruno: A4: Church On Tuesday: A5: Sour Girl: B1: No Way Out: B2: Sex & Violence: See more tracks the band returned to the powerful crunch of their earlier sound on this '99 album. It's an aggressive.
  5. AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine [+] It would be tempting to scour No. 4, Scott Weiland 's reunion with Stone Temple Pilots, for insights into his troubles, yet the group consciously avoids this throughout the album. That's for the best, since it's their hardest effort since their debut, Core. "Down" and "Heaven & Hot Rods" provide a powerful, brutal opening for No. 4 -- it's as if STP decided to .
  6. As a fan of Stone Temple pilots earlier work I recently brought this record to see what this album sounded like as a lot of people seem to be divided about this album. There are some good tracks on this release such as the heavy rock openers 'Down' and 'Heaven and Hot Rods', the psychedelic 'Glide', and the nice acoustic driven ballad 'I got you'/5().
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