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Perdida is a Deeply Personal Album that Weaves Introspective Lyrics and Unexpected Instruments Together Across 10 Songs for an Emotional and Musical Journey

Track Listings

1 Fare Thee Well
2 Three Wishes
3 Perdida
4 I Didn''t Know the Time
5 Years
6 She''s My Queen
7 Miles Away
8 You Found Yourself While Losing Your Heart
9 I Once Sat at Your Table
10 Sunburst

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W. Korman
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Superb
Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2020
Perdida is a beautiful album. I was skeptical after the first album with Jeff but this album has rekindled my faith in this band. Robert''s multi-instrumentalist talents really shine on this. Dean is superb guitar player who can seamlessly weave delicate melodies in songs... See more
Perdida is a beautiful album. I was skeptical after the first album with Jeff but this album has rekindled my faith in this band. Robert''s multi-instrumentalist talents really shine on this. Dean is superb guitar player who can seamlessly weave delicate melodies in songs while pummeling you with driving riffage in others. This is an all acoustic affair which exposes a side of this band that has been teased on previous albums but never fully explored. This is their Jar of Flies. The lyrics read much like a diary which makes it a highly personal album filled with themes of love and loss but also a sense of hope. The songs are very well crafted with flutes, keyboards and violins. The female background vocals on some songs are a nice touch. I feel as though this is their most mature album both lyrically and musically. I hope STP continues down this more stripped down path.

Highly recommended.
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Mockingbirds 94
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great record!
Reviewed in the United States on February 8, 2020
I received the new Stone Temple Pilots record Perdida in the mail yesterday, and I have spun it twice. I am enjoying the record, and it is a whole different side to STP. The acoustic side of this band is terrific. I especially love the flute, and percussion. As much as... See more
I received the new Stone Temple Pilots record Perdida in the mail yesterday, and I have spun it twice. I am enjoying the record, and it is a whole different side to STP.
The acoustic side of this band is terrific. I especially love the flute, and percussion. As much as I enjoy the band’s heavier stuff, this is a refreshing change. The new singer Jeff Gutt is superb, and Dean’s guitar playing is fantastic.
The rhythm section of Robert, and Eric is the glue that holds this band together. They really are in tune with one another. The songs are personal, and explore a whole new sound, which is so refreshing.
I highly recommend this record. I am enjoying it very much. I would like to see them live to see how they pull these songs off. Excellent.
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Ol Blue
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Bravo Gentlemen!
Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2020
Amazing. If you dig their unplugged stuff this is a must have. Many of the songs sound so much different from what they have done, yet have tiny nuisance that seem to harken back to the early days. As a warning, there are NO heavy songs. Each song does hold it’s... See more
Amazing. If you dig their unplugged stuff this is a must have. Many of the songs sound so much different from what they have done, yet have tiny nuisance that seem to harken back to the early days.

As a warning, there are NO heavy songs. Each song does hold it’s own weight and differ enough to keep the album from being stale. The Deleo brothers have always been underrated in their pieces due to the great showmanship of Weiland. They definitely take a respectful step out of his mountainous shadow here.
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Love it (but it''s not "classic STP sound")
Reviewed in the United States on February 8, 2020
Love it...but you have to accept that Scott is gone. The last album, also with Jeff Gutt singing, was really good, and could be described as "classic STP music/sound" with a new singer. This album is different. First, it''s ALL soft ballads, there are no hard or... See more
Love it...but you have to accept that Scott is gone. The last album, also with Jeff Gutt singing, was really good, and could be described as "classic STP music/sound" with a new singer. This album is different.

First, it''s ALL soft ballads, there are no hard or fast songs. Second, it''s almost all acoustic. Third, there are a lot of new sound components introduced such as violin, viola, flute, keyboard, cello, Marxophone, mini-xylo, slide. There''s some country, there''s a waltz, and Rob sings lead on one. I also like the writing quite a bit, all of the songs are very well-written.

There''s not a single lame song, every one is good. Unfortunately, after all those soft ballads, you''re left hoping for some action. It''s definitely a mellow-mooded affair so it''s certainly not going to make you drive any faster.

Although you can hear some FAINT elements of that "classic STP sound", this is definitely a NEW AND DIFFERENT SOUND. IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR THAT "CLASSIC STP SOUND" (which the last album still had), THIS ONE IS NOT FOR YOU. Being all acoustic, it''s unknown at this time if that "classic STP sound" will come through again when they decide to plug in (hopefully on the next album).

The only downside, as with the previous album, is that many of the songs absolutely SCREAM to be sung by Scott and one is left wondering just how amazing they would sound if he were still around.
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psychedelephant
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Simply beautiful
Reviewed in the United States on February 10, 2020
STP have always had their acoustic side from the beginning (Creep, Pretty Penny, etc.), but this is their first album consisting of entirely acoustic-based (well, mostly: Dean does throw in some electric lead guitar) numbers, and it''s as gorgeous as you''d expect from a... See more
STP have always had their acoustic side from the beginning (Creep, Pretty Penny, etc.), but this is their first album consisting of entirely acoustic-based (well, mostly: Dean does throw in some electric lead guitar) numbers, and it''s as gorgeous as you''d expect from a group that always stood out from their peers in their ability to craft perfect pop confectionery to go along with the heavier numbers. Newcomer Jeff Gutt has settled comfortably into his role as singer and lyricist for the band, and does a stellar job at both; he was an inspired choice to replace the late, great Scott Weiland. and while listeners won''t find anything here along the lines of Plush or Wicked Garden, fans of tracks like Sour Girl, Hello It''s Late, or And So I Know will greatly enjoy this gem of a CD. I eagerly await to hear what they''ll do next.
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Joe nelson
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Amp up on estrogen before you buy
Reviewed in the United States on February 24, 2020
Very cool that they found someone who sounds a lot like Weiland. That accounts for the 1 star. Core this ain''t. Are the Delano brothers still in this band? If so did they grow vaginas? Stp'' s first 4 albums are among the greatest rock albums of all time. Few bands... See more
Very cool that they found someone who sounds a lot like Weiland. That accounts for the 1 star.
Core this ain''t. Are the Delano brothers still in this band? If so did they grow vaginas?
Stp'' s first 4 albums are among the greatest rock albums of all time. Few bands reclaim their greatness after losing a founding member. This is definitely not one of those.
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Dan B.
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great new material! Love it!
Reviewed in the United States on February 29, 2020
Absolutely love this new record from STP. I’m a huge fan of the slower stuff so this record has been perfect. The vocals and plethora of instruments are amazing. Really happy to have new STP material. Way to go guys!
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Stereopirate
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Love this album!
Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2020
Love this acoustic based effort. Long live STP!
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4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Mostly for the fans, but still just a good album
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 10, 2020
I wasn''t really sure what to expect when I saw this. Whilst they were honest about it very much being a piece of therapy, were they really just looking to wipe the slate clean with songs that rehashed the sound of the Weiland era? Or use it as a primer for the future? Or be...See more
I wasn''t really sure what to expect when I saw this. Whilst they were honest about it very much being a piece of therapy, were they really just looking to wipe the slate clean with songs that rehashed the sound of the Weiland era? Or use it as a primer for the future? Or be a band clinging onto the past and it add nothing of any value? As happened with their terrible last album with Weiland. In reality, it is a mix of the first two. I was quite sceptical at first, thinking the slow pace and delivery pandered to lounge music and a crooner parody. However, that parody was always part of their delivery so I got myself over it. Eventually I also got over what felt like Gutt doing a straight forward Weiland imitation. Yes, Gutt he is impersonating him in places but he also has that natural crooner type delivery anyway. But what the songs show, and is what eventually opened my ears, is that STP were clearly always greater than the sum of their parts. The songs, even acoustic and with flutes, feel like STP. So what if they are channelling Weiland at times? I miss him as a fan and they have every right to do so if this is what this album is meant to resolve. It must be tough being angry with someone for harming the band but at the same time appreciating the success he helped bring. As well as lamenting what could''ve been with Beddington. And it is exactly this that is woven into the album and, as they said, it is a slice of therapy. There is genuine sadness in the songs. The title track especially and I didn''t realise just how moving I found it. That it could be both Weiland or Bennington''s imagined words make it all the more tragic. There is also hooks and melodies that lift the whole thing in places too, so it isn''t an entirely maudlin affair. What it is, is typical STP. Which is a good thing. I''ve seen reviews slating it, but they were certain mainstream press who never had a good word to say about the band previously anyway. My feeling is that yes, it stands on its own merits but fans will also get more from it, ''get it'' more. Which is just fine by me. Typical STP, it''s a bit of a patchy affair with inconsistent quality, but I don''t care. It stands deserved with the best of their back catalogue. Fair thee well lads.
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bigempty
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Robert Sings!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 10, 2020
"Years" is worth the price of admission on its own. The long-mooted solo album has never happened but, as a fan of many years, it''s great to hear R Deleo do his own thing. Effortless class and refinement in a shoddy world. Is this STP at their best? Of course not. Does it...See more
"Years" is worth the price of admission on its own. The long-mooted solo album has never happened but, as a fan of many years, it''s great to hear R Deleo do his own thing. Effortless class and refinement in a shoddy world. Is this STP at their best? Of course not. Does it contain many moments of craft and quality? Of course it does.
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Kebabylon revived
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Super chilled out
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 13, 2021
This was not what i was expecting, maybe if I''d looked into it more thoroughly i would have had a heads up. It is very very mellow, like a couple of friends jamming on your porch, reminiscing and melancholic over lost loves. I''m not saying it''s bad because it isn''t, i just...See more
This was not what i was expecting, maybe if I''d looked into it more thoroughly i would have had a heads up. It is very very mellow, like a couple of friends jamming on your porch, reminiscing and melancholic over lost loves. I''m not saying it''s bad because it isn''t, i just need to be in the right mood to listen to it. For those that enjoy this i can fully understand why, I''m just not in that place yet.
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chris w
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Another great STP album.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 21, 2020
Second album with the new singer and it''s another beauty. Not a rocker, but mainly acoustic. This doesn''t disappoint however when the songs, melodies and playing is supurb from start to end. A great band.
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MattyP
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A lovely album
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 17, 2021
I love this album. I know it got a bad rep by a lot of rock magazines for being too laid back for STP however I feel it shows how talented the band are, that they can produce an album that is fully acoustic and mellow. Also this album has vastly increased my sex life.
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