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Badmotorfinger


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  • Audio CD (Sept. 23 1991)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B000002GK1
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (92 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #6,478 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By jim on July 19 2004
Format: Audio CD
i bought this CD long before i even owned a CD player
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Format: Audio CD
This album just rocks! Soundgarden IS LOUDER THAN GOD!
16 years later, this cd (the replacement) still finds a solid rotation in my vehicles and space dedicated on my mp3 player. The bonus cd is a fantastic find of covers and I think all are great especially Stray Cat Blues.
Well worth the investment as a staple in a collection.
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By john parker on July 1 2004
Format: Audio CD
Man im only 19, so when this album came out i was like 7 or 8, this cd was played daily in my house, i remember playin air guitar and headbanging to this cd. I loved this cd when i was 8 and i love it now. Definately Soundgardens best cd and in my opinion one of the best albums of the 90s no matter what genre.
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Format: Audio CD
This is hands down my single-favorite Soundgarden cd, ahead of Superunknown, and that then ahead of the evilest Down On The Upside, which direly needs to more aptly be called 'Down on the Downside'. This album is the definitive metal record, if you choose to disregard the fine Alice In Chains' efforts. Soundgarden at its wildest and most untamed, this cd boils over with urgent aggression and a need to poetize one's stormy mind storms in the medium of songwriting. This reason is most likely, exactly why this is the most harsh AND potent of all of Soundgarden's records. The disparaging analogies, which harm Soundgarden's ability for originality, of Soundgarden being influenced by Led Zeppelin are so slanderous that it would be a complete, laughable joke, were it not monstrously damaging to their reputation as a Seattle original. I.E., that Zeppelin banshee's voice is much more painfully high-pitched than Cornell's could EVER reach. That, and also Cornell's got a better depth and, importantly, a wider range which doesn't just solely embrace and exaggerate to the most disreputably high wails. Additionally, Soundgarden's guitarist is harshly more qualified to shred, and then compose powerful solos on the guitar.
As for the songs, they precisely capture the most electrifying and energetic jamming of Soundgarden's whole career. Unluckily, their follow-up, Superunknown, would contrast this noisy shredding with more despairing and slow beats. Guitars are played with the wildest of abandon, as Cornell's "buzzing" shredding balances equally with Thayil's sonic-piercing cacophony.
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Format: Audio CD
BADMOTORFINGER simply ranks as one of the greatest heavy metal releases in the 90s. There are really no words for me to describe how great this album. Soundgarden combines the rawness of vintage 70s metal & adds their own unique touch to make this album an undisputed classic. Chris Cornell has never sounded better in this album. Shades of early Budgie & Sabbath influences are apparent in this album.
BADMOTORFINGER is indeed a classic in the metal genre. PERIOD!
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Format: Audio CD
This is soundgarden at their best. Chris Cornell gives his best vocal recording ever on this album!! Didn't initially like the album but eventually grew to be a part of my life.
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By Robert P. Ford on Feb. 27 2004
Format: Audio CD
If one were to write a review for this double cd set one ought to be familiar with the material(other reviewers take note).
The Badmotorfinger album was in my opinion Soundgarden's finest hour,although Superunknown was a greater commercial success,the band really got their sound and chops down on this album. Ben Sheperd stepped in to replace Hiro Yamamoto,and his songwriting skills and musicianship meshed perfectly with the rest of the group.All the songs are good,with standouts such as "Good Eye Closed" and "Outshined" which was a staple on MTV.
Kim Thayil is god on the guitar,and Cornell has the lungs of a young Ronnie James Dio,with such range it's hard to beleive he is human. Matt Cameron is a good drummer,and even Neil Peart said so(Neil Peart is the best drummer who ever lived,in case anyone was wondering).
As for the bonus cd,a collection af b-sides and live material,I like it a lot. I love their version of DEVO'S "Girl U Want,and "Into The Void",which really is a Sabbath cover(their influence is heavy on this album)along with the others. For the collector I would recommend this particular item,otherwise you could buy a Cure album and go blow goats.
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By A Customer on Jan. 22 2004
Format: Audio CD
The greatest Soundgarden album ever, in my opinion. Every song is just full of great impactful instrumental manipulation. It's an obvious must for any Soundgarden fan, as well as grundge fan.
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