Thursday, August 17, 2017

AUDIO: Stone Temple Pilots stream unreleased live version of Plush

The Stone Temple Pilots are streaming a previously unreleased live version of their 1992 classic, “Plush”, as a preview to the September 29 release of multiple 25th anniversary editions of their debut album, “Core.”

The recording from a July 2, 1993 concert at the Castaic Lake Natural Amphitheater in California is featured on the third disc of the 4CD/1DVD/1LP Super Deluxe Edition, which is limited to just 15,000 copies worldwide.

The package delivers a newly-remastered version of the original record, plus more than two hours of unreleased demos and live performances, including the band’s performance on “MTV Unplugged.” The set also featuress the original album on vinyl and a DVD that contains a 5.1 Surround Sound Mix along with videos for the album’s four singles: “Sex Type Thing”, “Plush”, “Wicked Garden” and “Creep.”

Fans can pre-order a limited edition bundle of the “Core: Super Deluxe Edition” at which includes a bonus replica 7” vinyl single of “Plush” that was originally released in the UK in 1993; the exclusive bundle is limited to 1,000 copies.

A 2CD Deluxe Version contains a newly-remastered version of the original album expanded with rare b-sides and previously unreleased demos.

A single disc remaster of the original album will be available, as well.

“Core” peaked at No. 3 on the US Billboard 200 on its way to sales of more than 8 million copies Stateside and a 1994 Grammy Award for “Best Hard Rock Performance” for their Top 20 hit, “Plush.”

NOTE: The audio below is not available in all regions due to restrictions at source beyond hennemusic’s control.

See also:

Stone Temple Pilots announce Core 25th anniversary reissues
Stone Temple Pilots pay tribute to Scott Weiland on first anniversary of his death
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