• Record Label: Atlantic
  • Release Date: May 25, 2010
User Score
8.0

Generally favorable reviews- based on 43 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 37 out of 43
  2. Negative: 4 out of 43

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  1. Mar 30, 2013
    10
    Stone Temple Pilots is one of the best rock bands that not many people have heard of, great album, great music. Dean DeLeo rocks those guitar solos like not a lot of rock guitarists can these days, the vocals perfectly complement the rocking instruments and the songs just come off as unique and well made. This band reminds me heavily of Aerosmith, except newer. If you like good music, orStone Temple Pilots is one of the best rock bands that not many people have heard of, great album, great music. Dean DeLeo rocks those guitar solos like not a lot of rock guitarists can these days, the vocals perfectly complement the rocking instruments and the songs just come off as unique and well made. This band reminds me heavily of Aerosmith, except newer. If you like good music, or aren't deaf, chances are you'll like this album. Expand
  2. Sep 26, 2014
    10
    This is the best album of all time. I didnt expect something really unique untill I listened to the whole album. It brings something new to Stone Temple Pilots. There is a mixture of Grunge and Alternative Rock. It works very well for Stone Temple Piolets. Best album of all time. 10/10.
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70

Generally favorable reviews - based on 15 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 10 out of 15
  2. Negative: 0 out of 15
  1. Scott Weiland sounds downright effervescent on the first Stone Temple Pilots disc in nearly a decade. There's nothing new here, just cheap and easy pop-rock mimicry (the Beatles, Petty, Nirvana, Bowie, Aerosmith), siphoned through spry, crunchy grunge riffs.
  2. It's not groundbreaking stuff, but it surpasses all expectations for a group who've spent almost a decade apart.
  3. The 12 tracks blend essentially everything STP ever did well without sounding like a stitched-together version of past hits.