Stone Temple Pilots

Stone Temple Pilots - Stone Temple Pilots
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
2018 Ratings: #818 / 833
User Score
Based on 40 ratings
March 16, 2018 / Release Date
LP / Format
Rhino / Label
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CRITIC REVIEWS

70
AllMusic

The album can't be called a comeback -- the group were toiling away during the 2010s, after all -- but it certainly opens the door on another act in their career, one that is sonically tied to their past but feels brighter (and more relaxed) than their first chapters.

50
PopMatters

The album achieves all of those modest goals. It is competent and catchy. It rocks hard much of the time but also slows down for more tender and easygoing songs.

slickleg
54
“Meadow” is actually the best song they have done with this guy. Shame it was the first single. “The Art or Letting Go” is good too, I guess it’s the second best, and that’s it, the rest is meh to bad. Mediocre album, tries to copy Scott’s style while incorporating very little of his own style, and there’s no denying that at all. I respect the guy, and love the other three OGs of course, but this is so tame and just doesn’t have the right ... read more
bajafrecuencia
50
Hace un par de años habría adorado este álbum, pero en 2018 no puedo entender que una banda esté intentando imitar un estilo que evidentemente, ya no les queda. Un intento demasiado forzado por recuperar la vitalidad que capturaron sus primeros discos.

Fav Tracks: "Meadown", "The Art of Letting Go".
gas_souza
74
Middle of Nowhere - 70
Guilty - 75
Meadow - 75
Just a Little Lie - 70
Six Eight - 75
Thought She'd Be Mine - 75
Roll Me Under - 75
Never Enough - 75
The Art of Letting Go - 80
Finest Hour - 70
Good Shoes - 75
Reds & Blues - 75
FritoRio
39
Fuck this shit
Gresh854
30
“Sounds like any other band” type album.
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Track List

  1. Middle of Nowhere
  2. Guilty
  3. Meadow
  4. Just a Little Lie
  5. Six Eight
  6. Thought She'd Be Mine
  7. Roll Me Under
  8. Never Enough
  9. The Art of Letting Go
  10. Finest Hour
  11. Good Shoes
  12. Reds & Blues
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Added on: January 31, 2018