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The Sound Of Seattle - Essential Grunge Listening

Mr. Matthew J. Crane
 
Nevermind
Nevermind
"He gave a voice to a generation and defined the era. A Masterpiece"
Superunknown
Superunknown
"Where Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath style riffs combine to produce a sprawling epic where no track sounds like any other. Cornell has the best voice in the rock business"
Ten
Ten
"Pearl Jam's first and best album. A bold statement that still resonates today. Tackling thought provoking issues and delivered with immediacy this is a breathtaking album"
Siamese Dream
Siamese Dream
"Their defining moment. Corgan had a vision and it was realised with this album. The rest of the band needn't have worried despite his dictator styled approach to the recording - it speaks for itself"
Mother Love Bone
Mother Love Bone
"Tragically, the band's singer Andrew Wood died a week before the release of their debut meaning this IS the band's complete works but few could deliver a debut with such groove and swagger"
Dirt
Dirt
"Dark, Harrowing & Powerful it's subject matter would eventually fatally consume Layne Stayley but if more bands produced albums like this we'd all have better record collections"
Superfuzz Bigmuff [Deluxe Edition]
Superfuzz Bigmuff [Deluxe Edition]
"Set the template for the rest to follow. Just listen to "Touch Me I'm Sick" and you'll see why!"
Doolittle
Doolittle
""Quiet Quiet Loud" The Pixies defined the Grunge dynamic in their sound and directly influenced Nirvana's sound amongst others"
Live Through This
Live Through This
"Released a week after Kurt's suicide Courtney has never sounded so full of rage nor so vulnerable. Her life summed up and viciously spat out through a wall of vitriolic noise it demands attention"
Temple Of The Dog
Temple Of The Dog
"Written for Andrew Wood (Mother Love Bone) after his untimely death by his friend Chris Cornell this one off combines members of Pearl Jam and Soundgarden to produce a sublime record with a blues feel"