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Page Artiste Soundgarden


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  • CD (2 juin 2009)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: A & M
  • ASIN : B000001EZU
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Disque : 1

  1. Nothing to say
  2. Loud love
  3. Hands all over
  4. Get on the snake
  5. Jesus christ pose
  6. Outshined
  7. Rusty cage
  8. Spoonman
  9. The day I tried to live
  10. Black hole sun
  11. Fell on black days
  12. Pretty noose
  13. Burden in my hand
  14. Blow up the outside world
  15. Ty cobb
  16. Bleed together

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SOUNDGARDEN

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Après six albums à leur actif, les membres de Soundgarden ont décidé de se séparer, au sommet de leur gloire. Ils offrent en guise de testament un best-of qui mérite totalement son titre. Car ici se trouve le meilleur de la production d'un des plus grands groupes de la fameuse scène grunge. Couvrant l'intégralité de la carrière de Soundgarden, A-sides donne un aperçu de la puissance dégagée par Chris Cornell et ses acolytes. De "Hands All Over" à "Blow Up The Outside World", en passant par "Jesus Christ Pose" et le célèbre "Black Hole Sun", rien n'a été oublié. Et si à l'écoute de ce A-Sides il vous reste encore des doutes sur la puissance rythmique et mélodique de Soundgarden, il suffit de vous repasser les fabuleux "Fell On Black Days" et "The Day I Tried To Live" pour vous convaincre que le rock a perdu un de ses groupes essentiels. --Romaric Bullier


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Format: CD
1. Nothing To Say
2. Flower
3. Loud Love
4. Hands All Over
5. Get On The Snake
6. Jesus Christ Pose
7. Outshined
8. Rusty Cage
9. Spoonman
10. The Day I Tried To Live
11. Black Hole Sun
12. Fell On Black Days
13. Pretty Noose
14. Burden In My Hand
15. Blow Up The Outside World
16. Ty Cobb
17. Bleed Together
Tout de même ! 79 minutes d'épaisseur et de transpiration, ça ne trouve pas tous les jours sous le chameau d'un cheval.
Dire que je possède ce disque depuis 6 ans et qu'il reposait, là, en paix, à côté de Free, coincé même avec l'intégrale du J. Geils Band !
Alors, j'en ai repris l'écoute assidue. Le résultat dépasse bien des espérances. Ce disque est un condensé de la production de Soundgarden, allant du premier simple "Nothing to say" jusqu'à la fin de l'aventure quelques années plus tard. Tout cela en respectant la chronologie et un partage équitable. Par tranche de 3 à 5 titres par album, vous avez là une illustration exemplaire de ce que ce monde à la dérive nous fait ressentir. Au beau milieu de cette galette, vous avez un trou noir (vous le connaissez bien, vous qui avez connu le temps du 45 Tours). Cela s'appelle "The day I tried to live". Tout est dit. Le malaise est posé. L'esprit du courant grunge est ici gravé. Il vaut bien "I hate myself and I wanna die" de qui vous savez.
Evidemment, la chronologie impose d'attendre. Et vous êtes impatients ! N'ayez pas peur, "Black Hole Sun" est bien à l'affiche.
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HASH(0x9ffe0e70) étoiles sur 5 One Of Seattle's Finest 1 septembre 2000
Par David Baker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Soundgarden. What can you say? Their music is absolutely timeless. They've made some of the best rock songs ever, and "A-Sides" captures a good amount of them. From anthems like "Black Hole Sun" and "Blow Up The Outside World", to the more soft rock songs like "The Day I Tried To Live" and "Burden In My Hand", to the proto-metal of "Jesus Christ Pose" and "Rusty Cage", to some of my personal favorites "Outshined" (I love the sludge riff) and "Pretty Noose" (the bass notes in this song are amazing), Soundgarden covered it all. Of course a few songs were missing (both "My Wave" and the title track on "Superunknown" come to mind), but it was obvious that was gonna happen, Soundgarden has a very big selection of material. With that said, you also shouldn't rob yourself by ignoring their other albums, as Soundgarden had just as many good songs that aren't singles. But the material here is more than worth your time and investment. And the extra track "Bleed Together" is a great song with a punk edge, but still being catchy. "A-Sides" isn't the best of the best, but some of the best from a legendary band. It's highly recommended to rock fans who have yet to get into the band. Soundgarden didn't just carry the grunge flag the longest, they were one of the last rock bands that actually mattered. After Soundgarden broke up, rock music just wasn't the same.
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HASH(0x9ffe06fc) étoiles sur 5 A near perfect collection of essential Soundgarden 17 février 2003
Par N. Durham - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Before bands like Creed, Nickelback, Puddle of Mudd, Staind, etc. were mudding up the airwaves, there was a band from Seattle (no, I'm not talking about Nirvana) who kept their integrity from their indie days even when they won Grammys and had monster hits. This band was Soundgarden, and "A-Sides", a collection of mostly Soundgarden hits, is a nice collection that fans new to the band can use as a nice introduction. Though it is mostly compiled with the singles from later albums, we get songs from the Sub Pop days like "Flower" and "Loud Love". It would have been nice to see some more songs from the Sub Pop releases, but this is ok as we get well known songs (and fan favorites) "Jesus Christ Pose", "Rusty Cage", "Day I Tried to Live", and "Ty Cobb", and we get the monster hits "Outshined", "Black Hole Sun", and "Spoonman". We also get an unreleased track (from the "Down on the Upside" sessions) called "Bleed Together" which is a nice little track but ends too quickly. Being a big fan of Soundgarden no greatest hits package would be perfect, especially without songs like "My Wave", "Like Suicide", "Never the Machine Forever", and "Searching With My Good Eye Closed", all of which would have rounded this package out very nicely, but this is still a nice little collection (at least A&M Records isn't churning out pointless duplicate compilations every other year like Columbia does with Alice in Chains' catalog). All in all, this is a nice little collection that serves well as an introduction to one of the defining bands of the 90's.
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HASH(0xa016a78c) étoiles sur 5 Futile Offerings From Clueless Executives 1 juillet 2007
Par D. C. Wilks - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
A best-of album from Soundgarden is like a best-of album from Led Zeppelin: it's ridiculous. In many ways Soundgarden is the Led Zeppelin of the grunge era. Both bands are about power and mystique, each offering up a relentlessly heavy edge that overshadowed their contemporaries like Manute Bol standing next to Spud Web. Also, both bands went extinct way too soon. In Soundgarden's case, they issued only five albums and two eps. While their earlier work (1985-1989) was an inchoate combination of sweaty hard rock and shifty punk music, sometime during the process of the "Louder Than Love" album (1989) the band just locked into a sound that can never be duplicated. Everything that followed this period (-1997) was simply brilliant. So, who can argue with a greatest hits collection? My main gripe is that their record label has been incredibly stingy about their treatment of this band's catalog - not to mention the Temple of The Dog album, which should be remastered and offered with live tracks/outtakes. This is not just great music, it's music that defines an era, defines the feeling you get when you look back on this part of your life. And why is the awesome "Birth Ritual" from the Singles soundtrack or "Heretic" from Pump Up The Volume missing? Whatever media giant owns Soundgarden's catalog needs to remaster everything and release something from the live vaults. It's been 12 damn years since this release! Gimme a break.
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HASH(0xa02f44c8) étoiles sur 5 The band that invented Grunge 13 septembre 2002
Par Kj Ream - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Soundgarden, whilst not only being the most underated band of all time, was the cause of early 90's Seattle fame. Sure they weren't very sucessful when they came out in the 1980's but they had a distintive sound that influenced Alice In Chains, Nirvana and Pearl Jam. Soundgarden are easily my favourite band now and this CD was my first introduction to their sound (I picked it up when I heard that "that guy from Soundgarden" was going to be the new lead singer for my beloved Rage Against The Machine) and honestly, the day I picked up this CD I constanly reflect on as one of the highlights of my life.
Every track on this CD oozes a raw quality that in my mind is still original to this group. Tracing right back to the early EP days and the debut album Ultramega OK. The tracks Nothing To Say and Flower are haughtly constructed songs with all emotions. The Loud Love period is displayed with 3 songs which show the bands coming into it's genre and the strenghing of it's style. Which brings us right up to The Badmotorfinger- Superunknown style. Clearly Soundgarden at it's peak as a whole. Each of the 7 tracks on A-sides from this era feature an exceptional quality with my personal favourite being Outshined, one of my all-time favourite songs. It was during this period that Chris Cornell and Matt Cameron recorded the now legendary Temple Of The Dog Album with Pearl Jam members.
Down On The Upside, Soundgardens last album and possibly it's most mainstream is credited with 4 tracks on the album and The Bonus track, Bleed Together show The band in form during this period.
All in all this album is a brilliant buy. This band truly have an unique sound and each member holds their own beautifully. Matt Cameron's flawless timing on Drums, Ben Shepard's electric Bass Work, Kim Thayil's brilliant solos which couple together with Cornells guitar work to produce a molten wall of intense riffs.
All of these play second-fiddle in my opinion to Chris Cornell's Amazing Voice. The Man is a god with a range I could only dream to possess and the brutality of his delivery truly shine in every one of the songs on this album.
Buy it now. I can't tell you honestly that you will not be dissapointed.
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HASH(0xa0155a20) étoiles sur 5 An excellent choice if you don't have any of their albums. 15 octobre 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This 17-song collection is a near-perfect showcase of some of the incredible rock tunes Soundgarden were able to come up with over the last few years. This CD highlights stuff from their indie days (the rocking 'Nothing To Say', 'Loud Love', 'Hands All Over', to name a few) all the way up to their excellent finale Down On The Upside ('Pretty Noose', 'Burden In My Hand', Blow Up The Outside World', and for some strange reason, 'Ty Cobb'). Most of their biggest and best hits ('Black Hole Sun', 'Outshined', 'Jesus Christ Pose', 'Pretty Noose' among them) are here, the only omission really being 'My Wave'. The material had to be balanced though, so there wouldn't be 3 from Badmotorfinger, but 7 or 8 from Superunknown. There are 3 or 4 songs from each of their LP's, which is good, because they perfectly capture the spirit of each respective album. As a Greatest Hits package, you can't go wrong with A-Sides, but if you have all of their albums, the only previously unreleased song is the 'Burden In My Hand' B-side 'Bleed Together', so you might not want to fork out more cash. If you're just a casual fan who never really bothered to buy any of their CD's, then A-Sides is all you need to get your Soundgarden fix.
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