Archive for the Grunge Category
Double vinyl LP pressing housed in a foiled stamped gatefold sleeve. This remixed and expanded reissue of Soundgarden’s Ultramega OK is a long-planned “correction” of the legendary band’s Grammy®-nominated debut full-length. The album was originally recorded and released in 1988 on SST Records. While the band enjoyed working with the […]
Seattle’s finest band had us waiting a long time for this dirge pop masterpiece. We won’t go into too much flower with the description, just know that this is honest music from the heart. A perfectly crafted trip. And seriously, “IAN” might be the best song of the decade. 800 […]
Soup is the second studio album by rock band Blind Melon, released on August 15, 1995, eight weeks before vocalist Shannon Hoon’s fatal drug overdose, making it his final album with the band. Thematically, the album is much darker than the band’s debut. “2 X 4” is about Hoon’s experience […]
Considered by many to be their “magnum opus”, Live Through This, Hole’s second studio album following Pretty On the Inside, was met with much critical acclaim. Critics praised Love’s crooning as she sings of life’s pressures, and her own personal challenges. Many of her lyrics cover deeply rooted emotions, spanning […]
Daddy Has a Tail is the second Cows album overall and their first album on Amphetamine Reptile Records. Originally released in 1989, this album erased the lines between punk, noise and grunge and threw them all in a blender. Reissued on yellow wax!
Two full years after the dazzling acid-dredged, sonic song mash-up that was Blue Cathedral, Comets on Fire return, all members intact — despite many solo projects in the intervening years — with Avatar. There are distinct nods to the distant West Coast past on Avatar and yeah, it is a […]