More Isolated Tracks: Stone Temple Pilots

Julio sent me a link to a page that features some deconstructed–or as he puts it, “unlocked“–Stone Temple Pilots tracks.   Translated from Spanish, it says

[But] to remember what made the Stone Temple Pilots one of the most important groups of the 90s, we decided to approach some of the most memorable hits of  [their] career, and unlock the content of their songs [and]hear how despite internal problems, [the] DeLeo brothers, Eric Kretz and Scott Weiland managed to compose some of the most iconic grunge songs that defined a decade.

If you speak Spanish, you can check out the radio morning show feature.  Failing that, skip to the songs and listen to how all the isolated tracks weave in and out of the various mixes. I like “Plush” the best.


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