VH1 Storytellers: Stone Temple Pilots (found concert footage; 2000)
A snapshot from the aired performance.
Date found: 02 Jun 2018
Found by: BelowEmpty
On March 8th, 2000, the American rock band Stone Temple Pilots' special aired on VH1 Storytellers. The special featured many of the bands hits up to that point done acoustically, as well as the band answering questions between songs. The concert is notable because it features the only known pro-shot version of the band's song "Atlanta", which has not been played live by the band since early 2002. While most of the show was broadcast on VH1, much like the band's Rolling Rock Show, several songs are missing that have ever surfaced online or elsewhere.
The songs "Down", "Creep", and "Trippin' on a Hole in a Paper Heart" were performed at this show but were not included in the broadcast version shown on VH1. They have never surfaced online or elsewhere. It is also noteworthy that only the final chorus to the opening song, "Big Empty" was broadcast. The rest of the song has never surfaced.
The full setlist for the show is as follows:
- Big Empty
- Interstate Love Song
- Sour Girl
- Kitchenware & Candybars
- Trippin' on a Hole in a Paper Heart
- Sex Type Thing
On June 2nd, 2018, YouTube user BelowEmpty uploaded a nearly two-hour video of the band's performance including outtakes, Q&A and the songs that didn't make it aired.
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A MediaFire link to the full performance. Retrieved 27 Apr '20