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Loudwire referred to Weiland as a “powerful singer and charismatic front man”, but the musician also penned some of the biggest hits in music across his incomparable career. Many of those songs are included in this new partnership such as “Creep,” “Interstate Love Song,” “Plush,” “Vasoline” and others, which he recorded and wrote while with Stone Temple Pilots. Stone Temple Pilots became one of the most successful rock bands in the 90’s and went on to sell more than 40 million albums worldwide. Weiland’s catalog includes 16 Top Ten singles, 8 of which went to number one. The band would receive four Grammy nominations, winning in 1994 for “Best Hard Rock Performance.”

Weiland’s time with Velvet Revolver was also incredibly successful and produced such hits as “Slither,” “Fall To Pieces,” “The Last Fight” and more. The band’s 2004 debut, Contraband, debuted at number 1 on Billboard’s Top 200, making it the best-ever debut for a rock band in the Soundscan era. The album would go on to sell nearly three million copies. Contraband would also receive two Grammy nominations, winning “Best Hard Rock Performance” for their number one single “Slither.”

Weiland also released four solo albums during his exceptional career. 12 Bar Blues, his solo debut, was released in 1998. The album, which many described as avant garde, received raves from press with Rolling Stone saying, “Weiland, out on his own, has simply made an honest album – honest in its confusion, ambition, and indulgence. It was worth the risk.” This past spring, on record store day, 12 Bar Blues made its vinyl debut for the album’s 25th anniversary. The limited-edition release included the original album with newly remastered audio along with three previously unreleased recordings.

In addition to his groundbreaking rock and alternative work was 2011’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year. The album features ten Christmas classics including Scott’s take on “White Christmas,” “Silent Night,” “Winter Wonderland,” and more. The album surprised fans and critics but upon listening, both were quickly won over. “The Stone Temple Pilots front man may not be the first name you think of when it comes to Christmas music, but with the release of The Most Wonderful Time of the Year, Weiland assures us that his holiday credentials are well-established” declared Billboard. Late last year, the album got the vinyl treatment when it was reissued with four previously unreleased tracks including his cover of John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s “Happy Xmas (War Is Over). This was the first new music to be released from Weiland’s vault since his passing in 2015.