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    Scott Weiland

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    Genre:Alternative, Rock
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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    You Know It's Hard (Murder) lyrics
    The Crystal Method and Scott Weiland
    2Lazy Divey lyrics
    3Learning To Drive lyrics
    4But Not Tonight lyrics
    5Blue Eyes lyrics
    6What Child Is This? lyrics
    7Tangle With Your Mind lyrics
    8Missing Cleveland lyrics
    9Fame lyrics
    Scott Weiland feat. Paul Oakenfold
    10Jimmy Was A Stimulator lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    4,745 5.0/5
    12 Bar Blues [1998]
    2Blaster [2015]
    3The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year [2011]
    4Happy In Galoshes [2008]


    Scott Weiland

    Active Decades: '90s and '00s
    Born: Oct 28, 1967 in Santa Cruz, CA
    Genre: Rock
    Styles: Hard Rock, Alternative Pop/Rock, Post-Grunge

    After first rocketing to fame as the frontman for grunge-era favorites Stone Temple Pilots, singer Scott Weiland later mounted a solo career. Born October 27, 1967 in Santa Cruz, California, he was raised outside of Cleveland, but moved back to the West Coast at the age of 15, immersing himself in the thriving Orange County punk scene. In 1987 Weiland founded the band Mighty Joe Young with guitarist Robert DeLeo; later rechristened Stone Temple Pilots, the group became one of the biggest acts of the mid-1990s, following the lead of artists like Nirvana and Pearl Jam to top the charts with their angst-ridden hard rock sound. However, their success did not come without a price, and following the group's second LP, 1994's Purple, it was revealed that Weiland had become a heroin addict. After a stay in rehab, he returned to Stone Temple Pilots to record their third record, 1996's Tiny Music...Songs from the Vatican Giftshop. However, after Weiland suffered a relapse in his ongoing battle with drugs, the group was forced to cancel their upcoming tour; when the other three members subsequently recorded an album with a different singer under the name Talk Show, STP's continued existence appeared shaky at best, and Weiland went solo to record 1998's 12 Bar Blues.

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