Diverse, heavy-hitting, and truly fearless, the album ensured that Soundgarden were among the head of the pack after grunge broke.
The most diverse album they recorded, ‘Down On The Upside’ found Soundgarden straying into new territory without losing their trademark aggression.
What began as a rock’n’roll tribute to a fallen friend ended up being the sleeper start of the Seattle sound explosion heard around the world.
The widely-acclaimed collection was initially released through digital platforms in December 2020.
The band's fourth studio release made good on the promise of its 1991 predecessor 'Badmotorfinger.'
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The group’s fourth album features appearances from Soundgarden’s Matt Cameron and Kim Thayil, and Rage Against the Machine’s Tom Morello.
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The stream will be available from February 12 through February 16 and will feature the footage of the band’s August 2018 performance at Seattle’s Safeco Field.
The song also features on Cornell's acclaimed new collection, 'No One Sings Like You Anymore'.
The late star handpicked collection of 10 cover songs, which he personally selected and sequenced to celebrate artists and songs that inspired him.
Split across ‘Originals’, ‘Covers’ and ‘Oddities’, ‘Echo Of Miles’ proved that even Soundgarden’s rarities and B-sides were essential listens.
For ‘Songbook’, Chris Cornell swapped his electric guitar for an acoustic, found himself connecting with his fans in a way he never expected.
Showing that the American roots music dubbed ‘Americana’ had infiltrated almost every type of music, reDiscover Johnny Cash’s ‘American II: Unchained’.
‘I still haven’t quite dealt with it,’ the Pearl Jam frontman told Howard Stern.