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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Probably one of the best Metal records of the '90s

    OK so in the '80s bands such as Pearl Jam, and Soundgarden got no attention and were barely known due to the fact of hair metal scene, hard rock, and Thrash Metal. But when it was the '90s, Seattle bands also known as "Grunge" bands was their time. Nirvana and Pearl Jam took this name in with pride with their top selling albums "Nevermind and "Ten". But Soundgarden and Alice In Chains didn't want to be considered "Grunge" bands, just becuase they too were from Seattle doesn't mean they wanted to fall into the same category as Pearl Jam and Nirvana. If you listen to "Ten" or "Nevermind" and compare it to Soundgarden's "Badmotorfinger" You will hear that Badmotorfinger is the polar opposite of "Ten and "Nevermind". Guitars are heavier and a bit tuned down to D. Not only that Chris Cornell and Kim Thayil's guitars have a crunchy awesome sound you will hear good examples from track 2 "Outshined" and track 4 "Jesus Christ Pose" and more. But songs on this album differ at times, it'll go from light sounding to heavy in mere minutes which indeed is awesome. Kim's Lead playing is very well done and chunky sounding but his solos with the wah-wah pedals are very awesome, a good example is track 11 "Holy Water". This album is well proportioned and it shouldn't be labeled as a "Grunge" CD. In fact I favor Soundgarden and Alice In Chains more than I do Pearl Jam and Nirvana. I fyou like more metallic sound you would agree with me also. Nirvana sounds to pop-grunge sounding and Pearl Jam is good but at times puts me to sleep. Soundgarden is in your face sounding and excites you. Buy this CD, you will love it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010


    This is full metal. Guitars, vocals have been carefully made. The riffs are strong and songs have great lyrics. Peaceful song "Mind Riot" and "Searching With My Good Eye Closed" are the only ones that break this perfection. This is an album for all who like strong and heavy riffs.

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    Posted November 16, 2008

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    Posted November 21, 2008

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