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Par STEFAN COMMENTATEUR DU HALL D'HONNEURTOP 50 COMMENTATEURS le 20 avril 2013
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Cela va sans dire mais disons-le quand même, l'étiquette "grunge" a toujours été un beau foutoir ou voisinaient, plus souvent qu'à leur tour, la carpe, le lapin et le vautour. Prenez Soundgarden, outre un gout immodéré pour les chemises à carreaux et une origine géographique référencée (Seattle), la formation n'a que peu à voir avec, au hasard, Mudhoney, Nirvana ou Tad (tous des contemporains, tous classifiés grunge aussi). Est-ce à dire que le grunge n'existait pas outre une attitude vraie se débarrassant des scories d'un rock américain envahi de paillettes et d'une légèreté presque indigne ? Question à laquelle je répondrais sans ambages d'un franc et massif `oui'.

Concrètement, Soundgarden a beaucoup pris de Led Zeppelin, du MC5 et de Black Sabbath (etc.) et produit sur son Louder Than Love, second album du groupe et premier pour la major company (A&M), une relecture inspirée et inspirante de codes bien connus et, en la circonstance, particulièrement bien revus... et corrigés. Et quel album, mazette ! Du rock puissant, sale et franc mené par le timbre immédiatement reconnaissable de Chris Cornell et les riffs chirurgicaux et les soli échevelés de Kim Thayil. Ca nous donne, vous vous en doutez, une belle collection de brûlots furieux dont ressortent le rampant Hands All Over, le gras Gun avec son implacable accélération génératrice d'adrénaline, le hanté Power Trip où Cornell brille encore un peu plus fort, le rageur et véloce Full on Kevin's Mom, le plombé I Awake ou encore l'imparable et nerveux Big Dumb Sex...
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Par Benjamin Lab VOIX VINE le 22 juillet 2009
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Ce disque est un "must-have" pour tous les fans de Soundgarden. Il y a bien entendu ce que le groupe est devenu avec 'Superunknown' et qui côtoie les sommets. Mais ce dernier est la résultante d'un long processus de maturation d'un groupe qui a su évoluer sur des fondations solides. Ces fondations sont là, sur cet album, nécessaire pour pénétrer l'univers du groupe. Ou comment le metal peut redevenir un genre intéressant quand il est pratiqué par des musiciens d'un tel talent. A écouter notamment 'Big Dumb Sex' dont même les paroles n'arrivent pas à abaisser le niveau du titre. AXL Rose était un fan avant l'heure, c'est dire...
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HASH(0x9542e774) étoiles sur 5 My Favorite Soundgarded Record 10 mai 2000
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This has always been my favorite Soundgarden record. I am a fan of their later work (especially Superunknown and Badmotorfinger), but this record contains a rawness and vitality that their more polished later stuff lacks. Louder Than Love straddles the two major periods in Soundgarden's career: their earlier, less-metal sounding work (e.g. Ultramega OK and Screaming Life/Fop) and their later more-metal sounding work, epitomized by the aforementioned Superunknown and Badmotorfinger. Louder Than Love contains the elements of both of these periods.
This music is raw and angry, and the lyrics are more biting. It's closer to a punk rock record. Very much in the spirit of many other SST bands (SST is the label that Soundgarden was on prior to this Louder Than Love, which is their first record for a major label). You won't find any "Black Hole Sun" type songs on here.
There are so many good songs on this record. "Ugly Truth" has to be my favorite. "Big Dumb Sex" is also a favorite. It's an awesome indictment of all of those terrible 80's sexual inuendo glam-metal songs (such as Warrant's "Cherry Pie").
If you have not been exposed to Soundgarden's earlier work, then this is the place to start. Ultramega OK and Screaming Life/Fop are even more raw and punk than this, which makes Louder Than Love a great transition for the unitiated. The first thing that many late-Soundgarden fans have to get used to is that Cornell's voice is less developed and polished here. Any Soundgarden fan, however, should own this record. As I said, in my book it's their best.
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HASH(0x95f726e0) étoiles sur 5 monument in molten metal 4 février 2006
Par Zachary A. Hanson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This album changed my life. I hated most all heavy music that came out after _Master of Puppets_ . . . until this. And then it was grunge grunge grunge. I thought the grunge thing was a clever way for marketers to call Soundgarden something other than metal, as this stuff is about as metal as you could ever get. Lots of hair, bludgeoning riffs, high high screamy voice, guitar shredding: everything except the hairspray, spandex, and songs about scoring chicks (notable exception: "Big Dumb Sex," the perfect parody of the hair scene--"Know what to do,/ I'm gonna f**k, f**k, f**k, f**k you). Not to say it doesn't do things that metal had never done, 'coz it does, assuring it its rightful place in the metal pantheon.

First off, Chris Cornell's lyrics are not your typical hormonal metal chants. Some of these are diatribes. "Hands All Over" rains down hard on globalization, using abstraction to get his point across in an intellectual way: "Hands all over the coastal waters./ The crewmen thank her,/ then lay down their oily blanket." Light years beyond AC/DC. The immediate parallel is of course Zeppelin. And of course Soundgarden owes them a huge debt (what rock band after them doesn't?). What I find differentiates Soundgarden from Zep more than anything is Thayil's guitar. Listen close and at times his guitar sounds positively Farsi or raga, not always in the controlled way you hear white bands play when they are trying to be "world," but in a way that sounds like him taking his Iranian upbringing and putting it through a filter of rage. I also love his use of harmonics. Few guitarists are as good at making the instrument sound as scary as an exorcism. And of course, he shreds with the best of them, taking the excursions into more post-tonal territory than his harmony-obsessed counterparts doing their time in bands like Poison and Winger. You don't have to think hard to know that he is one of my favorite rock guitarists ever.

_Louder than Love_ stands alongside of their albums near the pinnacle. It's a different beast than any of their others, a transition from the more loose (and also excellent) _Ultramega OK_ to the tighter _Badmotorfinger_. I like the tension and the dynamics on this one. It's the more hippy Soundgarden. I sometimes wonder if I like this a little more than their later stuff because Hiro Yamamoto is still on the bass here. I just wonder if he brought a slightly more sludgy feel to the band than Ben Shepherd, nonetheless a fine rock bassist. Whatever it is, _Louder Than Love_ will be remembered as a monument to the late eighties, the molten metal that singed the life out of the plastic metal out there and really put the bad stuff out of commission for good, never to dominate the charts again. It's a monument that says, "metal shouldn't be commercial, it should scream 'can't escape the louder pull--LOUD LOVE! LOUD LOVE! LOU-OUD LO-OO-A-OV," magmatic riffs and feedback careening with hyperkinetic drums all the while.
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HASH(0x9550006c) étoiles sur 5 Their Ugliest 14 novembre 2005
Par M. Maxwell - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I picked up this album and Ultramega OK on the same day at a used CD shop in my hometown years ago. While Ultramega hit me first, this album is just as good, and a little more consistent. The original, scrapped title fits this album a bit better in my personal opinion because indeed this album is HEAVY.

Actually, it's the band's most unapologetically heavy disc, with Badmotorfinger a close second (I think that the production on Badmotorfinger helps it sound as heavy as it does). The production on this album is a bit murky, but it completely adds to it's charm as far as I'm concerned. When you hear the double guitars come crashing in at the beginning of "Ugly Truth" you know the 80's are pretty much over forever.

Soundgarden is one of my all-time favourite bands, and their pre-1990's era is their best in my own estimation. As good as the last 3 albums are, their first 3 (if you count Screaming Life/Fopp as one) are the iconoclast of big, loud rock with HUGE balls. Early Cornell and Mike Patton constantly jockey for position in my mind as the top rock vocalist of all time and there's no clear winner. In fact Soundgarden toured with Faith No More on this album... and I can't even begin to imagine how awesome that would have been.

These guys had actually been signed to a major for a couple of years before this album hit, but chose to release earlier material on indie labels, probably to build a local/indie following. Regardless this album came out at a time when the industry needed a fresh start and Soundgarden delivers. A little too metal for the punks and a little too punk for the metal-heads, it wasn't a huge seller but classic riffs abound on this pile of sludge. In fact, "Loud Love" is based on one of the best rock riffs ever! There's a reason why Audioslave performs it on the bonus CD that comes with their latest DVD. You might recognize that one or "Hands All Over" but my personal favourite has to be "I Awake". That song plus "Beyond the Wheel" from Ultramega are 2 of the heaviest of all time, and absolutely stomp Led Zeppelin (who I love) for sheer power.

I think that one of the things I like best about this album is that it sounds like they came straight out of the garage. I'm not talking about sappy "new wave of the first wave of garage rock" like the trash that's passed off as garage nowadays (see the Strokes etc.), but rather that same aesthetic that you hear when listening to Nirvana's Bleach or early Melvins or even the first Zeppelin album (to an extent). Sounds like they just cranked the amps to maximum volume and played for their own deafening amusement when they wrote these tunes.

I must mention: If you already like this album, make SURE you get the video companion "Louder than Live". It's VHS and only 25 minutes of live footage but it is the most essential live concert I've ever seen, no hyperbole and no contenders. Sadly it's way too short and bootleggers know that the set continued on well past the end of the video... but that's another review. GET THAT VIDEO! Enough demand and maybe they'll re-release it on DVD with additional footage if such exists.

So if you're like me and love Soundgarden, but Superunknown and Down on the Upside don't do much for you, just buy this disc as soon as you can. For me it was the start of my re-discovery of grunge music... the latest truly great movement in rock music.
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HASH(0x9542e120) étoiles sur 5 Best Soundgarden Ever 12 mars 2005
Par Sean W. Oneill - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If you like heavy, smooth, melodic guitar and bass, then this album is for you. I've always liked this album. It is very non-commercial for a major release. This album has a mood to it that is dark and somewhat psychedelic. The songs take their time tempo wise, but they are still hard and heavy. My favorites are "No Wrong, No Right", "I Awake" and "uncovered". They are probably the darkest and most moody. Soundgarden pretty much abandoned this sound when they reached commericial success. This album is a very unique work more along the lines of Kyuss, Melvins and Sabbath then any of their work that came after. A must have.
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HASH(0x954cd3b4) étoiles sur 5 Needs a Production Facelift, but still A Brilliant Sophmore Effort (4.5/5) 13 novembre 2010
Par Private Quentin Tarantino Fan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Louder Than Love is Soundgarden's second full length and first album on a major label (A & M recordings, the same label that released Badmotorfinger two years later), well I've been wanting to really write what I feel about this band, so here goes. It's an acquired taste in the Soundgarden canon. Even I, when I was first starting to get into Soundgarden, initially wrote this off as a footnote, being stuck between the magnificent Badmotorfinger and the raw, punky Ultramega OK, an album that featured a few great Soundgarden songs, and a ton of stilted, overblown, middle of the road, (not enough development, not enough punk influence)filler. But, alas, Louder Than Love, with a bit of dedicated listens and a dedicated ear to Soundgarden, finally went from a perceived to an album full of absolutely classic material from one of my favorite bands of all time.

No, Louder Than Love is not my favorite Soundgarden album (Badmotorfinger is my favorite). Yes, the production is VERY watered down (more on that later). Yeah, it's doesn't reach the same power that their other albums do (both Ultramega Ok and their later albums). Despite their influences which are quite easy to see (Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath being the most prominent), Soundgarden takes them all and makes them their own, the four man orchestra that Soundgarden can only achieve. The more you listen, the more genres, ideas, and you hear, and the more Soundgarden becomes the only band that can provide the same musical experience as they do. With Louder Than Love, it's no exception. With that said, here goes my dedication to the whole album.

1. Ugly Truth-So Louder Than Love starts, and it begins with two wicked, crashing lead guitars that go into the patented Black Sabbath-Ritchie Blackmore guitar riffs that Soundgarden is known for doing so well. There's enough changes in the guitars through the whole song, from awesome guitar riffs, to the guitar sheen and textures used in the song, and it's dual guitar interplay. Chris's vocals here are also brooding, and it's one his absolute best early Soundgarden performances, along with Beyond the Wheel, Entering, Big Dumb $#%, and Fopp. Great lyrics about, well, the ugly truth underneath the lie.

2. Hands All Over-One of the singles on the album, this is another iconic Soundgarden song, and for good reason. Just from the absolutely washing and buildup of the intro alone, and you will know where the song is going from. The song also has a prominent world influence to it's sound, which definitely melds with the lyrics about the destruction of man have done to their own society. Close your eyes, and you can almost let the music take your on a journey of ugly, grim, and haunting images of teh damage we as a human race have inflicted upon wildlife. Not sure if this song is promoting it, but merely commenting on it.

3. Gun-Soundgarden really isn't quite a heavy metal band, but they have a metal influence, and they let their Black Sabbath roots shine through here. Gun twists and turns through a lot in it's run time without not much of a typical structure, but the riffs here hit hard, and the drumming lurches around with an almost menacing glee. The way it also picks up through the song to the middle guitar solo is almost, and the guitar solo here is typical Thayil brilliance. Lyrically, Chris's sarcasm here comes through in the songs, and the lyrics are as oblique yet anthemic, perfect for the cathartic experience Soundgarden provides.

4. Power Trip-It sounds sort of flat (listen to those drums and the way they were put on top), but man, does this song absolutely rule. Driven by an awesome, metallic Black Sabbath-Led Zeppelin riff, this song definitely echoes the of classic metal songs like Iron Man, Smoke on the Water, but the difference would be it's delivered as Soundgarden only can: Chris's cynical vocals highlighting the , and Kim Thayil's guitar riffs channel a sense of anger, bitterness, and hatred through mean guitar riffs (aforementioned described) and amazing use of abrasiveness and melody. One of the best songs on the album.

5. Get on the Snake-Along with Loud Love, the most Led Zeppelin influenced song. However, Kim Thayil's guitar work here has absolutely no trace of blues, and whips his guitar work into a more metallic, mean, and punkish delivery, while still being infectious (and absolutely ripping guitar solos). It has a bit of Sabbath sound (most notably in the progression and melody of the notes), but most of all it's absolutely mean guitar work ala Zep, only Soundgarden. I'm not quite sure what these lyrics are, but they sure make you want to live a life full of danger, maybe that's what the snake is suppose to represent. If you can, listen to the live version on Telephantasm, which absolutely STOMPS, and the music video.

6. Full on Kevin's Mom-Soundgarden' sense of humor is great, and with this song you get both humor and, of course, some amazing music to go with it. This is probably the most punk and energetic song on the album, with Chris's high pitched, wild vocals. Kim Thayil is the highlight here, melding wild punk riffs, abrasive guitar riffs, and a sophisticated sense of craft that the best bands from the 70's had, all into one. His solo is amazing too. In case you were wondering where the song comes from, well it's this, according to Chris Cornell: "Full on Kevin's Mom" is about "a friend of mine who slept with another friend of mine's mom. The guy who did it said to us, 'Yeah, full on Kevin's mom'". HA!

7. Loud Love-Ah, the title track, and possibly the best song on the album. From the feedback intro, to Chris Cornell's amazing vocals, to that absolutely friggin' iconic guitar riff (dare I say it, one of the coolest I've ever heard? YES!), and there's much more here. I love the interlude, that alternates between more heavy guitar riffs and light twinkling guitars. Just listen. Masterpiece.

8. I Awake-Probably the worst song on the album. Yes, it has a really cool intro and I absolutely love the guitar noises that come out, but the rest of the song just stinks. The guitar riffs are completely generic and weak, and the dynamics of the song smack you as hard as an 80 year old grandma. The lyrics are stupid and obnoxiously delivered. Maybe more dynamic and production would make it sound better, but I Awake is one of my least favorite Soundgarden songs.

9. No Wrong No Right-Alright, this is probably the worst song on the album. The verses are extremely dull, and the guitar riff is pretty damn generic. It sounds like a really bad Black Sabbath rip off without the doom, and well, it's very easy to forget about. The thin weak production just seals the deal, and the song as a result is the least powerful song on the record, and of all time, in my opinion.

10. Uncovered-Oh how I love this song, just well crafted in every way. Listen to way the intro almost seems to paint the image of the close realization of the lying two-faced loser finally being exposed. The main itself is great all around, and Kim Thayil shows why he's my favorite guitarist ever with the ability to get down the exact same mood and emotion that the subject matter demands. Great lyrics to match the music itself, dealing with the of discovering somebody who is a pitiful and pathetic liar and watching them be exposed for the sham they are.

11. Big Dumb $#%-Oh man, how I love this song. Aside from parodying those terrible hair metal bands of the 80's, the music itself is excellent as well. Kim Thayil's riffs, guitar solos, and fills are catchy, biting, and almost fit the song's material, and Cameron's drumming is very good. I do love Chris's exaggerated vocals, and while they may potentially annoy others, it's perfect for this, and the song itself is VERY catchy. I see this song not in a pure mocking sense of hair metal bands (just deliberately sing the lyrics of any hair metal band wrong, and problem solved), but a song that seems to say "Let's just be direct and write a song as to how it should really sound".

12. Full on (Reprise)-I'm not sure if this song was suppose to be pointless filler or not, but ________ it, I love it. Quite an interesting divergence for the band, as it is a slower, almost blues influenced version of the original Full on. Probably not the best song on here, but a really nice and mellow way to end the record.

However, there is one thing that is wrong with this album: The production values. Louder than Love, on the other hand, demands the production values like any other metal album, and the production is, frankly pathetic. The drums sound distant, extremely tinny, and absolutely robotic (which is say because I can tell poor Matt is absolutely ripping it up, just compare the live drumming of Get on the Snake to the studio), the sound is completely flat and utterly weak in power (listen to the pathetic intro on Gun, boy does it deserve much better), and the guitars sound absolutely thin and pathetic. Listen to the guitars at the beginning of Ugly Truth, it's intro is pathetic. Hopefully, they will remaster it properly (IE NOT, in anyway, make it a victim of the loudness war) and make it sound heavy, kinetic, dense, stomping, and powerful as ________ (see the original album title), while at least keeping some the distinct sound of the album.

It's still a good album, and it's worth checking out. For me, it took a while to see it's brilliance, and while it's due to be re hauled into the way it REALLY should sound, Louder Than Love still contains an album worth of The production values may not bother you as much as they did me, but either way, pick this album up if you haven't. If you always wanted to hear Led Zeppelin crossed with Black Sabbath with punk and noise rock and post punk and... ah to heck with it, I can't pigeonhole this band sounding like any neat genre confines (the more you listen, the more you love Soundgarden and notice this). Whatever you want to label it, Louder Than Love is totally worth checking out, it a bit weak in power and not to it's potential. I officially apologize to Soundgarden for not opening my eyes and seeing what you guys were doing on this album, you guys are the best.
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