Stone Temple Pilots - MTV Unplugged (Full Set)

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Stone Temple Pilots, the hard rock sensation based south of Los Angeles, taped a performance for "MTV Unplugged" in New York City in November of 1993. Band members Weiland (vocals), Robert DeLeo (bass), Dean DeLeo (guitars) and Eric Kretz (drums) perform a rockin' acoustic set featuring tracks off their debut album Core.

Set List:
01. Crackerman 
02. Creep 
03. Andy Warhol
04. Plush 
05. Big Empty 
06. Sin 
07. Wicked Garden 
08. Sex Type Thing 

Recorded 11/17/93 at Sony Music Studios - New York

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