STONE TEMPLE PILOTS: DVD Version Of 'Sex Type Thing' Posted Online

October 14, 2003

STONE TEMPLE PILOTS' special live version of "Sex Type Thing", featuring video footage of the song from more than 10 years of performances, has been posted online at the Atlantic Records web site. Check it out: Windows Media (High, Low),Real Media (High, Low). The clip comes off the group's forthcoming "Thank You" (due Nov. 11) DVD, which is packed with three hours of videos, live performances and footage of the band shot by friends and fans. A 15-track audio anthology — also titled "Thank You" — will be available with and without the DVD. As previously reported, the DVD will feature clips for 32 songs, including a rendition of the AEROSMITH classic "Sweet Emotion" with the band's Steven Tyler and Joe Perry and run through Glen Campbell's "Wichita Lineman" with the artist.

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