℗ 1992 Atlantic Recording Corporation
 

Core (Remastered)

Stone Temple Pilots

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1.1
Dead & Bloated (Remastered)
Stone Temple Pilots
5:10
1.2
Sex Type Thing (Remastered)
Stone Temple Pilots
3:37
1.3
Wicked Garden (Remastered)
Stone Temple Pilots
4:05
1.4
No Memory (Remastered)
Stone Temple Pilots
1:20
1.5
Sin (Remastered)
Stone Temple Pilots
6:04
1.6
Naked Sunday (Remastered)
Stone Temple Pilots
3:49
1.7
Creep (Remastered)
Stone Temple Pilots
5:34
1.8
Piece of Pie (Remastered)
Stone Temple Pilots
5:24
1.9
Plush (Remastered)
Stone Temple Pilots
5:13
1.10
Wet My Bed (Remastered)
Stone Temple Pilots
1:36
1.11
Crackerman (Remastered)
Stone Temple Pilots
3:14
1.12
Where the River Goes (Remastered)
Stone Temple Pilots
8:30
Total Playing Time    53:36
Core is the debut studio album by American rock band Stone Temple Pilots, released on September 29, 1992 through Atlantic Records.

The first recorded track for the album, the 96 second "Wet My Bed", emerged from an improv session between vocalist Scott Weiland and bassist Robert DeLeo, who were alone in the studio. Producer Brendan O'Brien can be heard at the end of the track, walking into the room and saying "All right, now what?" The rest of the album was recorded in a matter of five weeks, after which the band decided on the name Core, referring to the apple of the Biblical story of Adam and Eve.

Core, as a debut album, displayed the band's attempt to revive the album-oriented music approach of the 1970s. Striving to create an intense and emotional sound, vocalist Weiland has said that the main theme of the album is that humanity is confused, with songs like "Sex Type Thing" and "Naked Sunday" dealing with social injustice.

This edition features the 2017 remaster from Rhino and Atlantic.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino Atlantic Studio Masters

Tracks 1, 3-12 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source
Track 2 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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