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Specification for Soundgarden, Superunknown

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Genre Grunge
Country of Origin U.S.

Soundgarden
Tracklisting:
1. Let me drown
2. My wave
3. Fell on black days
4. Mailman
5. Superunknown
6. Head down
7. Black hole sun
8. Spoonman
9. Limo wreck
10. Day I tried to live
11. Kickstand
12. Fresh tendrils
13. 4th of July
14. Half
15. Like suicide
16. She likes surprises

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“The Soundgarden by Superunknown is an album filled...”

Written on: 19/05/2009

The Soundgarden by Superunknown is an album filled with sonic goodness throughout. I picked this album up when I was 16 and over ten years later I am still in awe of the songwriting involved in this album. For me it has everything, great vocals, excellent guitar sound and a monstrous rhythm section. In my opinion this was one of the best albums of the 90's in any genre… Read Full Review

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“As Grunge rose through the years of the 1980's and mid...”

Written on: 02/01/2007 by Oterro (17 reviews written)

As Grunge rose through the years of the 1980's and mid 1990's, probably one of the best albums in Grunge history would be Soundgarden's Superunknown. With such hit songs like Black Hole Sun and Spoonman, the band has really lifted their success to a level they never had before. With a total of 6 platinum's, that album has been certified, which shows that the album was loved by the people.

This album stands out with the originality of the songs, different melodies and sounds. A big album with… Read Full Review

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“Soundgarden cut their teeth on a very raw and live...”

Written on: 02/03/2006 by degbert (120 reviews written)

Soundgarden cut their teeth on a very raw and live sound of hard post-punk grunge, and flew the flag for this genre equally well as more famous exponents (e.g. Pearl Jam and Nirvana).

But the music with Soundgarden had a keener feel to it - more variety with song structure, less reliance on 'the solo', more diversity of rhythm, and easily the best vocal performance in Cornell.

For me Superunknown was probably their pinnacle; behind them was more hard-core grunge (BadMotorFinger), and ahead of… Read Full Review

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