Badmotorfinger (25th Anniversary Remaster) - Soundgarden

Badmotorfinger (25th Anniversary Remaster)

Soundgarden

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1991-10-08
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • ℗ 2016 A&M Records

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Rusty Cage Soundgarden 4:26
2
Outshined Soundgarden 5:10
3
Slaves & Bulldozers Soundgarden 6:56
4
Jesus Christ Pose Soundgarden 5:51
5
Face Pollution Soundgarden 2:23
6
Somewhere Soundgarden 4:21
7
Searching with My Good Eye Clo Soundgarden 6:31
8
Room a Thousand Years Wide Soundgarden 4:06
9
Mind Riot Soundgarden 4:49
10
Drawing Flies Soundgarden 2:26
11
Holy Water Soundgarden 5:07
12
New Damage Soundgarden 5:40

Reviews

  • One of the greatest

    5
    By SchwarzFam4
    This album is one of the greatest, they did not get as much pub as Nirvana but they blow them away!!
  • Seriously metal

    5
    By Morgaledh
    Like the mighty AIC, Soundgarden has always been a metal band at heart. Growing up listening to Sabbath, Maiden, Dio, and Priest, I never had any problem transitioning to Soundgarden; as a metter of fact, discovering Loud Love when it came out in the late 80s (I lived a long, long, long way from the 'Seattle Scene') I recognized in CC's vocals the godlike cry of a metal behemoth, full fo anger, hope, fear, and dripping with power. And even as the grunge curtain fell over the land and we metalheads went underground (or across the water to Europe, where the metal flag never ceased to fly high), Soundgarden still spoke our language - or screamed it, albeit in a slightly different dialect. You never got that with *ahem* Nirvana (I graduated high school in 1990, they're supposed to be the voice of my generation, but I never got it and still don't; I jst kept right on listening to Ronnie James) or with PJ (though if you want heavy groove rock, they'll give it to you, full respect). Soundgarden cried into the void, and our hearts cried back.
  • Wow

    5
    By lvfreerdi3
    Words can't explain how awesomely powerful this album rocks!!! I'm tempted to say it is the greatest album ever made, but Superunknown is another and even down on the upside. Three masterpieces from the best rock group to grace this planet. Soundgarden is the definition of rock. I do t know what happened to music, but by and large, it's not what it use to be in virtually every genre of music, with very few exceptions here and there. I think most people nowadays, especially the kids and teens of today have no idea what great music is all about. It's a shame but I don't think it's their fault. It's the radio stations of today pushing bullsh$t noise that qualifies more as bad noise at that, than music. If you are a teen or young adult, don't get sucked into the BS they put out these days. Search and explore and you'll find there is a vast archive of masterpieces like this from days past and a few rarities today, that you won't hear on the radio. As a matter of fact, I can't remember the last time I listened to the radio. I just got so sick of the same BS they play and started collecting and expanding my own personal library of real music. And that's all I listen to. F$$k the radio and mainstream anything.
  • R.I.P

    5
    By GT Styles
    Chris Cornell, you will be missed! One of my all time favorites!
  • one of the greatest

    5
    By DB3ooo
    one of the best voices of our time. RIP
  • Grunge at it's finest

    5
    By Why so late boy
    Need an introduction to Soundgarden, or even grunge? Badmotorfinger and Superunknown... Amazing albums. RIP Chris
  • My favorite.

    5
    By DRKbadger
    R.I.P
  • Bring back 90's grunge!

    5
    By I'm@MSU
    It saddens me to hear of the passing of Chris Cornell this morning. Seems like all the greats from a time when music was probably the most profound and epic of any generation claims another great. RIP :(
  • RIP Cornell😰

    5
    By whodat101281
    Cornell is one the best if not the best singer of all time and this album was Soundgarden's finest! RIP Chris you will be missed
  • Soundgardens heaviest sound lies here

    5
    By uvlmnop
    It all came together in this album for Soundgarden. This record has grit and angst that helped define the Seattle sound.

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