Soundgarden

Also known as Sound Garden
Members of Soundgarden: Ben Shepherd, Chris Cornell, Hiro Yamamoto, Jason Everman, Kim Thayil, Matt Cameron, Scott Sundquist
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.soundgardenworld.com/, http://web.stargate.net/soundgarden/, http://twitter.com/soundgarden, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soundgarden

Discography of Soundgarden:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Blow Up The Outside World 2 Audio 1996 A&M Records
2 Superunknown 16 Audio 1994-03-07 A&M Records
3 Badmotorfinger 12 Audio 1991 A&M Records
4 Louder Than Love 12 Audio 1999 A&M Records
5 Spoonman 4 Audio 1994-02-14 A&M Records
6 Down On The Upside 16 Audio 1996 A&M Records
7 Superunknown 15 Audio 1994-03-08
8 Black Hole Sun 3 Audio 1994 A&M Records
9 Black Hole Sun 2 Audio 1994 A&M Records
10 Ultramega OK 13 Audio 1988 SST Records
11 Louder Than Love 12 Audio 1989-09-05 A&M Records
12 Screaming Life / Fopp 12 Audio 1990 Sub Pop
13 Badmotorfinger 12 Audio 1991 A&M Records
14 Spoonman 3 Audio 1994-02-14 A&M Records
15 Badmotorfinger 12 Audio 1991 A&M Records
16 Blow Up The Outside World 2 Audio 1996 A&M Records
17 Blow Up The Outside World 4 Audio 1996 A&M Records
18 Down On The Upside 16 Audio 1996-05-21
19 Ty Cobb 4 Audio 1997 Polydor
20 Pretty Noose 4 Audio 1996-03-00 A&M Records
21 Badmotorfinger / SOMMS 19 Audio 1992 A&M Records
22 My Wave 4 Audio 1994
23 Flower 3 Audio 1989 SST Records
24 Burden In My Hand (CD2) 4 Audio 1996 A&M Records
25 Fell On Black Days 4 Audio 1995 A&M Records
26 Down On The Upside 16 Audio 1996 A&M Records
27 Superunknown 16 Audio 1994-03-08 A&M Records
28 Louder Than Love 12 Audio 1989 A&M Records
29 Hands All Over 2 Audio 1989 A&M Records
30 Black Hole Sun 3 Audio 1994-05-00 A&M Records
31 A-Sides 17 Audio 1997 A&M Records
32 Superunknown 16 Audio 1994-03-08 A&M Records
33 Groovy Reaction At The I-Beam, SF, CA. February 13th, Eighty Nine 2 Audio Far Out
34 Room A Thousand Years Wide b/w H.I.V. Baby 2 Audio 1990-09-00 Sub Pop
35 Spoonman 3 Audio 1994 A&M Records
36 Superunknown 14 Audio 1994 A&M Records
37 A-Sides 17 Audio 1997 A&M Records
38 Flower 3 Audio 1989 SST Records
39 Outshined 5 Audio 1992 A&M Records
40 Black Hole Sun 4 Audio 1994-08-08 A&M Records
41 Burden In My Hand 4 Audio 1996 A&M Records
42 Fell On Black Days 3 Audio 1995 A&M Records
43 Down On The Upside 16 Audio 1996-05-21 A&M Records
44 Outshined 4 Audio 1992
45 Outshined 4 Audio 1992
46 Rusty Cage 3 Audio 1992
47 The Day I Tried To Live 3 Audio 1994-04-18 A&M Records
48 Black Hole Sun 4 Audio 1994-08-00 A&M Records
49 Badmotorfinger 12 Audio 1991
50 Mind Riot 11 Audio Metal Biter


As one of the first bands to record for the legendary [l=Sub Pop] Records, Soundgarden is generally regarded as one of the founding fathers of grunge, even though most of their work was of a far more rock/metallic nature than the likes of [a=Pearl Jam], [a=Mudhoney], or [a=Nirvana]. From a metallic standpoint, their peak was 1991's Badmotorfinger, with the later albums showing a more alternative side to the band (and also produced their biggest hit single, "Black Hole Sun"). The band parted ways amicably in April of 1997 to pursue other interests. Most notable of these was vocalist Chris Cornell joining forces with the core of [a=Rage Against The Machine] in [a=Audioslave].

At precisely midnight on January 1, 2010, U.S. EST, Chris Cornell posted on his Twitter and Facebook: "The 12 year break is over & school is back in session. Knights of the Soundtable ride again!"


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