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Same Name Songs: Nine Inch Nails & Stone Temple Pilots- Sin

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It’s always fun to take songs of the same name and put them on back to back and contemplate about which one is better. There are so many of them out there and some are definitely better than some. One that I did recently were the songs “Sin” by Nine Inch Nails from Pretty Hate Machine and by Stone Temple Pilots on their album Core. Now these are both totally different but are quite good songs. The NIN one will always take the top prize for me. “Sin” the NIN version is in my top 10 all time favorite NIN songs.

What One Is Your Favorite?

Nine Inch Nails- Sin (on Pretty Hate Machine):

Stone Temple Pilots- Sin(on Core):

End Of Album Songs: Stone Temple Pilots

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Stone Temple Pilots during their career wrote some of the best closing songs. The ones from Core (Where The River Goes), Purple (Kitchenware and Candybars), and Number 4 (Atlanta) are all cemented in my mind when it comes to great album closers. Each one of these songs is the perfect compliment to those great albums, especially “Kitchenware and Candybars,” and “Atlanta.”

Take a listen to these great songs and fall in love with those albums again!

Where The River Goes (from Core):

 

Kitchenware and Candybars (from Purple):

 

Atlanta (from Number 4):

Album Rank: Stone Temple Pilots

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Today seems like a great day for some STP. Here is the rank of their albums from not the best to their best!

 

Shangri La Di Da:

 

Stone Temple Pilots:

 

Tiny Music From The Vatican Gift Shop:

 

Number 4:

 

Core:

 

Purple:

2 For Tuesday: Stone Temple Pilots- Deep Cuts

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It’s such a shame that drugs and ego got in the way of Stone Temple Pilots. Scott Weiland had the ability to put beautiful melodies together with well thought out personal lyrics. The DeLeo brothers and Eric Kretz crafted such intriguing songs to create such a wonderful package. Here are 2 examples of STP at their best. Instead of the usual hits, these choices ¬†are a couple deep cuts that really showcase STP.

Kitchenware & Candybars : from Purple

Where The River Goes: from Core

By: Brian Lacy