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Shower in the dark day

Matt Cameron’s Pearl Jam drumkit has a big MC on the kick drum; if his Soundgarden kit had the same, then the band wouldn’t need to change it for this summer’s stand-in/sit-in whilst Cameron is tours with his other squeeze PJ. 347 more words


Album Review - Soundgarden - Superunknown

The Seattle Grunge scene produced a lot of noise, some of it quite good. Like many, my introduction arrived compliments of MTV with video classics like “Smells Like Teen Spirit”, “Jeremy” and “Core”. 283 more words

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20 Years Later: Soundgarden is Still Strong

The top played single off of Soundgarden’s groundbreaking album Superunknown, “Black Hole Sun”,  resonates with nostalgia. Still squeaking by on today’s radio, it still manages to garner some attention. 697 more words

When You're Eighteen with Crippling Writers Block, Music Can Set You Free

Instead of sitting down to absorb the album, I let it trickle in, play it over and over while I read my astronomy textbook, when I doodle in my journal hoping to come up with story ideas for my creative writing class, when I’m on the phone, when I’m reading books and when Jillian comes over to chill. 411 more words


I just want you to know I got no trouble with what you said. I don’t even think you’re wrong!

Doesn’t matter what I done or if I even crossed the line
You start to holler going for blood girl it doesn’t have to be a fight… 109 more words


In Memoriam: Andy Wood

I’m a little behind on this one, but March 19th was the 24th anniversary of the death of Andy Wood, the lead singer of Mother Love Bone (MLB). 203 more words