Vasoline" is a song by American rock band Stone Temple Pilots from their second album, Purple. The song was the second single of the album (and also the second most successful, only behind "Interstate Love Song"), reaching on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart for two weeks. The song's odd-sounding intro was created by Robert DeLeo, who ran his bass through a wah-wah pedal to get the said effect. The song's lyrics were written by vocalist Scott Weiland
Thank You is a greatest hits collection released by the American alternative rock band Stone Temple Pilots on November 11, 2003 on Atlantic Records. The album has sold over 500,000 copies.
In our interview with Stone Temple Pilots drummer Eric Kretz, he explained how this song was written: That riff came in at a rehearsal one time, and when it came time to making the record it was like, "Hey, do you remember that riff?" We went into it with that very simplistic "da-da da-da da-da-da," and so I did the opposite and put a polyrhythm on top of that to simulate around it around it and around i. Atlantic distributed promotional copies of "Vasoline" to radio stations as the second single from the album, following "Big Empty. The song rose to on the Modern Rock chart and also made on the Airplay chart, indicating that the song was also getting picked up by more mainstream radio stations.
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Аккорды, текст к песне 'Purple (album)' исполнителя (композитора) Stone Temple Pilots. На сайте может быть представлено несколько вариантов, проверьте соответствующий список. Two times and it has rendered me Punch drunk and without bail Think I'd be safer all alone. Flies in the vasoline we are Sometimes it blows my mind Keep getting stuck here all the time. You'll see the look and you'll see the lies You'll eat the lies, and you will. solo) -rhythm background is the verse. repeat 3rd verse ) (outro) -verse figure; end on Bb6(b5)-intro/bridge chord.
Two times and it has rendered me Punch drunk and without bail Think I'd be safer all alone. You'll see the look, and you'll see the lies You'll eat the lies, and you will.
Stone Temple Pilots initially angered the grunge elite for finding ways to turn the angst into surefire radio hits. The group’s pop appeal while maintaining its harder edges made them that rarest of groups in the ‘90s: one that embraced the rock stardom that other bands professed to hate. Reunited after years of estrangement, STP sound like the perfect hard rock unit. Stone Temple Pilots Stone Temple Pilots.