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Tiny Music... Songs from the Vatican Gift Shop is the third album by American rock band Stone Temple Pilots, released by on March 26, 1996 on Atlantic Records. Tiny Music displays a drastic change in the band's sound, featuring music strongly influenced by 60's rock and bands such as The Beatles. After a brief hiatus in 1995, STP regrouped to record Tiny Music, living and recording the album together in a mansion in Santa Barbara, Californiamarker.[44356]

Conflict within the band

In 1995, lead singer Scott Weiland was caught and convicted of buying crack cocaine. He was sentenced to one year's probation. Issues with drug use did not clear up after his sentence, and STP was forced to cancel most of their 1996-1997 tour for Tiny Music. Because of the tour cancellation, Tiny Music did not receive as much exposure as initially intended. The album was certified 2× platinum but was not as commercially successful as STP's first two albums.

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Charts

Album

Year Album The Billboard 200 UK Albums Chart
1996 Tiny Music... Songs from the Vatican Gift Shop 4 31


Singles

Year Single Mainstream Rock Tracks Modern Rock Tracks Top 40 Mainstream
1996 "Big Bang Baby" 1 2 39
1996 "Lady Picture Show" 1 6
1996 "Trippin' on a Hole in a Paper Heart" 1 3
1996 "Tumble in the Rough" 9 36



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