Superunknown (CD) ~ Soundgarden (Artist) Cover Art

Spoonman

By: Soundgarden


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Soundgarden Artist Snapshot:

Although Nirvana and Pearl Jam may have been the most commercially successful bands of the 1990s Seattle movement, Soundgarden was every bit as important and influential. Part Black Sabbath/part Ramones, Soundgarden helped unite both punks and metalheads--one of the first alternative bands to do so. Largely due to vocalist Chris Cornell's signature wail and guitarist Kim Thayil's thunderous riffs, the band gained a huge fanbase by the mid '90s. However, the group called it a day in 1997, with drummer Matt Cameron joining Pearl Jam and Cornell going on to record solo and, with the instrumentalists of Rage Against the Machine, as a member of Audioslave.


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1   Let Me Drown Buy Buy  
2   My Wave Buy Buy  
3   Fell On Black Days Buy Buy  
4   Mailman Buy Buy  
5   Superunknown Buy Buy  
6   Head Down Buy Buy  
7   Black Hole Sun Buy Buy  
8   Spoonman Buy Buy  
9   Limo Wreck Buy Buy  
10   The Day I Tried To Live Buy Buy  
11   Kickstand Buy Buy  
12   Fresh Tendrils Buy Buy  
13   4th Of July Buy Buy  
14   Half Buy Buy  
15   Like Suicide Buy Buy  

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Album Description

Japanese only SHM-CD (Super High Material CD - playable on all CD players) pressing. Universal. 2008.

Product Notes

"Fell on Black Days," indeed. Seattle sludge slingers Soundgarden made a living out of cathartic, woe-is-me wailing (we're talking the banshee vocals of Chris Cornell and the crypt-creaking guitar of Kim Thayil), but this wallowing in grim depression ironically proved to be the band's most uplifting career effort. When the reclusive Cornell ventures out of his shy-guy shell, it's typically via a primal scream of cathartic emotion--he might camp it up with a sophomoric "Spoon Man," but most of this vicious disc leaps straight for your jugular. Generations in the post-millennial future will one day refer to this record to discover exactly how 1990s rock & roll was done. --Tom Lanham





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