September 29th is a big day for Stone Temple Pilots.
Tomorrow marks the 20th anniversary of STP’s multi-platinum, debut release Core. The breakout album hit #3 on the Billboard charts promptly after hitting shelves and is still regarded as the group’s strongest release to date.
To commemorate Core’s two-decade legacy, the band hit the road on a 20-date tour across the U.S. this summer, playing Core in it’s entirety at each show. Yeah, that means fan favorites like “Creep” and “Where The River Goes” were dusted off to rocket attendees off into nostalgic oblivion. The tour ended this past Sunday at the Aftershock Music Festival in Sacramento, CA.
Continue celebrating the band’s milestone by checking out our tribute to Stone Temple Pilots that features Core classics, including “Plush,” “Sex Type Thing” and “Wicked Garden.”