Soundgarden appreciation thread

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For a change, I know what your talking about! Teef Something about it seems quite, well, awkward Lovesmilie
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#27

pez Wrote:For a change, I know what your talking about! Teef Something about it seems quite, well, awkward Lovesmilie

Bah! I just tried notating it in text form but it doesn't work Icon_evil

Just count 12341234 over it when it is playing and the main accents are on the 3, then the 2 after next, then the little kick-hat 'fill in' at the end of the 'loop'.

Like this:

1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4

(plus there is a hi hat pssshhh after thatlast red 3 and before the following four)

Genius!!!!!

In fact I am going to nick it Lol
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#28

I'm so going to listen to this album when I get home! Hyper
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#29

it is the nuts.

as is badmotorfinger, although that sounds a fair bit more 80's Neutral

still rammed jammed full of tunes though Lovesmilie

i started this thread cos drawing flies came into my head on the way to work.

'sitting here like wet ahses with x's in my eyes, and drawing fliiiieeesss' Falcon
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#30

Soundgarden is awesome but imo, all these songs you guys listed don't compare to their golden earlier stuff.

While Superunknown is a decent album, it's not in the same league as the classic Badmotorfinger (1991) and Louder Than Love (1990).

Ultraomega OK (1988) was a great album too.
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#31

wizard Wrote:Soundgarden is awesome but imo, all these songs you guys listed don't compare to their golden earlier stuff.

While Superunknown is a decent album, it's not in the same league as the classic Badmotorfinger (1991) and Louder Than Love (1990).

Ultraomega OK (1988) was a great album too.

Gotta agree that Superuk.. is not in the same league as Badmotorfinger
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#32

wizard Wrote:Soundgarden is awesome but imo, all these songs you guys listed don't compare to their golden earlier stuff.

While Superunknown is a decent album, it's not in the same league as the classic Badmotorfinger (1991) and Louder Than Love (1990).

Ultraomega OK (1988) was a great album too.

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gotta love my "hands all over" 10"

then going back to the early sub pop stuff Blue
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#33

soundgarden are piss!! Thumbd

never liked them, horrible stuff.
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#34

I was never really into them. They were OK, but a bit too much "hardrock", especially Cornell's voice.
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#35

Can't have this thread end on a negative tip! Wink

Yea, forgot to mention the Badmotorfinger album, although Macc's already done "Rusty cage" the honours! Cool And so has the man in black.. what a cover version!

Also liked "Mind Riot" alot off that one.
Gotta agree with pez; looks like Soundgarden are getting play-time tonight! Grin
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#36

symmetry Wrote:Also liked "Mind Riot" alot off that one.

Used to loooooove playing that on the guitar - did it for my music GCSE exam as I remember....


I did wonder how long it would be before the 'older stuff is better' crew came along Roll

Louder Than Love isn't all that at all IMO.... Certainly hasn't been caned in the same way as BMF and Superunknown. And those two are almost incomparable records - the latter a much drier, more intimate sounding (dare I say grunge?), record than the preceding one. But the songwriting on both is top class. Bet you Wizard and Ashes don't like it cos people knew it and took away 'their' beloved unknown Soundgarden Roll Teef Icon_razz
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#37

I think i liked their drummer, this slim blonde guy - good player...sometimes the Led Zep influence was too much...

Liked some tracks though. Baffled
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#38

Altered Ego Wrote:Definatly one of my favourite all time bands hence .....

http://www.subvertcentral.com/forum/view...oundgarden

AGREE!!!
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#39

Macc Wrote:Bet you Wizard and Ashes don't like it cos people knew it and took away 'their' beloved unknown Soundgarden Roll Teef :P

nah, i like all the albums.... Blue

and even i'm too young to be one of the original Soundgarden heads Icon_razz

wonder what Bruce Pavit and Jason Poneman think Icon_question
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#40

Ashes Wrote:and even i'm too young to be one of the original Soundgarden heads Icon_razz

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Teef
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#41

Hahaha
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#42

not quite over the hill yet massive Hahaha
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#43

Listening to Mailman as we speak. Wicked stuff Lovesmilie
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#44

RIP Chris


Lighter
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#45

RIP Mr Cornell

Can't believe he is dead.

Soundgarden are one of my favourite bands from my teen years.

Brilliant musician. So many great songs

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#46

Casual fan of the earliest Soundgarden stuff, and yes Cornell was a gift for music most definitely. Heavy rock music in general wouldn't be in the place that it is in 2017 without Cornell's various offerings & throughout Soundgarden's discography for sure.  As sad as death is, creatively I see a passing as the celebration of one's life, creations, and contributions, etc. A reason to rejoice in memory.

Thanks for the tunes Sir Cornell!     Xyxthumbs

Some great moments indeed! LighterLighterLighter

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#47
(This post was last modified: 19th May 2017, 00:27 by NoodeL.)

As with most bands, the early stuff is where it's at...
Nothing after superunknown.
I didn't know either Chris Cornell had a 4 octave vocal range Icon_eek
The first video is by far the best - 1987 / 1988 - Enjoy Lovesmilie









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#48

Bloody hell.
The ending of this gave me CHILLS! Icon_eek Applause

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#49

Various vids and discussion of Cornell's last Soundgarden show from Wednesday night.


http://www.brooklynvegan.com/chris-corne...ck=tsmclip


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