Stone Temple Pilots
Supervision Recommended
Released 1992
Genre Alternative
Language English
Length 5:12
Source Rock Band 3
Available October 26, 2010
Playable in
Rock Band 3
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"Plush" is a song by the Stone Temple Pilots which the lyrics were inspired, in part, by an unfortunate news story in Stone Temple Pilots' hometown of San Diego, California about a missing young woman who was later discovered dead by local law enforcement ("And I feel, when the dogs begin to smell her..."). At a concert in Columbus, Ohio on May 17, 2008, lead singer Scott Weiland said that he and STP drummer Eric Kretz wrote the lyrics in a hot tub after hearing the news story. (thanks, pookielocks - Ohio, OH)

This was STP's breakthrough hit off of their major label debut album.

Bassist Robert DeLeo wrote this in the back of a U-Haul truck the band was utilizing for a local tour. The song's instantly recognizable chord structure was inspired by DeLeo's love of Ragtime music.

Core was the only STP album where vocalist Scott Weiland was identified only by his last name. (thanks, Danny - Dallas, TX, for all above)

The line "Where you going with the mask I found?" is often misheard as "Where you going with the master plan?"


Plush - Stone Temple Pilots Expert Full Band Rock Band 3

Plush - Stone Temple Pilots Expert Full Band Rock Band 3