New Episode is available now – Stone Temple Pilots – “Core”

In Episode 12 of their run of albums from the year 1992, Somewhere in Time Podcast discusses yet another debut album. This time, it’s from San Diego-based, Stone Temple Pilots, and the album is “Core”. STP got a lot of negative press when they first started, being compared to bands like Pearl Jam and Nirvana. Is that a fair comparison? Was Weiland singing too much like Eddie Vedder? Find out what we think about this topic, and a lot more. 

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