STONE TEMPLE PILOTS: Greatest Hits Collection, DVD To Surface In November

STONE TEMPLE PILOTS will be releasing a "greatest hits" album, tentatively titled "Thank You", on November 4 through Atlantic Records. The album will feature 14 of the bands hit songs, plus an acoustic version of "Plush" and a new track called "All In The Suit That You Wear". The greatest hits set will draw from STP's five albums: "Core" (1992), "Purple" (1994), "Tiny Music - Songs From the Vatican Gift Shop" (1996), "No. 4" (1999) and "Shangri-La De Da" (2001). In addition, the group will issue a DVD containing all of the band's music videos and about an hour of other live performances and photos, as well as some "home" footage the band has shot over the years. The CD will be available separately or as a CD/DVD package, according to the band's web site. In 2000, the group had planned to release a hits compilation called "Big Bang Babies" but scrapped the record after a management shakeup.


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