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Superunknown / She Likes Surprises / Fell on Black Maxi, Import


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Nov. 21 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Maxi, Import
  • Label: Polygram Records
  • ASIN: B000002G7I
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1. Superunknown (LP Version)
2. Fell On Black Days (Video Version)
3. She Likes Suprises (International LP Version)
4. Like Suicide (Acoustic Version)
5. Jerry Garcia's Finger

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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9c26b0b4) out of 5 stars 11 reviews
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c097b64) out of 5 stars Soundgarden's Superunknown Extras July 4 2006
By Karl Klun - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
A generous four stars for this good EP. Superunknown is Soundgarden's magnum opus and is perhaps the greatest album from the "post-grunge" era. Soundgarden were definitely inspired by Black Sabbath, The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, etc. and brought the best of these influences to the core of their songs. On this EP, "Superunknown" and "Fell On Black Days" are similar to the album versions. "Jerry Garcia's Finger" is trippy enough and funny for a couple of spins. This one is worth buying for "She Likes Surprises" from the International LP version and the excellent stripped-down acoustic version of "Like Suicide". If you like Chris Cornell singing and strumming on "Like Suicide", check out his rendition of "Black Hole Sun" on Audislave's DVD "Live in Cuba".
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c097db0) out of 5 stars BUY THIS CD! Dec 23 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This single, which serves as the soundtrack to the CD-ROM Alive in the Superunknown (now out of print and difficult to track down), is 25 minutes of rock heaven. Seriously. Minute for minute, its just as good as Superunknown. The title track, "Superunknown", is a revelation, one of my favorite songs off of Superunknown. Not only that, but its nice to have a version that doesn't fade straight into "Head Down", which is nice when assembling a comp CD...hehe.
The rest of the CD is a treat for any Soundgarden fan. You get the outstanding video version of "Fell On Black Days", which is even better than the album version-seriously. "She Likes Surprises" is from the international version of Superunknown, and is a nice treat. Its a rocking tune with more great riffs that didn't really fit on Superunknown. Nevertheless, its Soundgarden at their best; complex guitar work, Chris Cornell vascillating between a croon and a scream, and Kim Thayil soloing away.
The acoustic version of "Like Suicide" is wonderful...beautiful even. This rendition is Chris Cornell only, singing and playing his 12-string acoustic guitar. It adds an added dimension to the already great studio version, and presents a fragility rarely found in Soundgarden's music. The final track, "Jerry Garcia's Finger", is a spacey instrumental derived from a longer jam (which is split up into numerous parts on the CD-ROM). Great stuff...it may take awhile to sink in, but the song is among the most remarkable Soundgarden ever recorded.
Buy this CD while you still can; you will not regret it.
HASH(0x9c09b15c) out of 5 stars Worth the price of Admission more than Telephantasm! March 10 2011
By Dr. Bonkers - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I figured I would hold off on purchasing this CD because any Soundgarden box set would have to have these songs included. Boy was I wrong! When these songs were left off Telephantasm, I had to break down and buy this disc.

She Likes Surprises is a great song melding SG's Beatles influences with their Led Zep influences. Very cool song.

Just Like Suicide (Acoustic) - is a much more epic arrangement of the song compared to the version on SuperUnknown. The guitar layering is much more delicate and the vocal performance much more harrowing or heartfelt.

Fell on Black Days and SuperUnknown have some maked differences to the mixes, like they used alterante takes. Good stuff.

The only misstep for me is Jerry Garcia's Finger. It is like a noise sculpture.

If you like SG, you will not be disappointed with this disc.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c09b150) out of 5 stars great companion to superunknown Dec 3 2002
By Neel Aroon - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Soundgarden's superunknown stands out as one of the best albums of the 1990s. The Superunknown single is a great companion to superunknown mainly because it contains songs that should have been contained on superunkown such as she likes suprises available on the international version of superunkown and the acoustic version of like suicide. There is also the video version of fell on black days and jerry garcia's fingers which are also good.
HASH(0x9c09b4c8) out of 5 stars Soundgarden May 12 2014
By mike frain - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Can't be objective because I love(d) this band from the time I first heard them in mid-1990's. Unique, serious, heavy-as we said in the 60s &70s. SG seems unpretentious, thoughtful, one has to listen and know the words. This is modern music as art it seems to me. Way too subtle for our culture generally to begin to appreciate.

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