Grunge

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by dronefromsector7G, 19 Mar 2016.

  1. Name your top grunge albums, and post your favourite videos from the era . Maybe I missed some good stuff.

    1. Dirt - Alice In Chains
    2. Core - Stone Temple Pilots
    3. Nevermind - Nirvana
     
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    1. Bleach - Nirvana
    2. Ten - Pearl Jam
    3. Dirt - Alice in chains
    4. Purple - Stone Temple Pilots

    Special mention for Yellow Ledbetter, best song of the grunge era on a mediocre album.
     
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    Nirvana: Nevermind
    Soundgarden: Badmotorfinger
    Pearl Jam: Ten









     
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    breaking into heaven.....

    Is this classed as grunge? Just that I've been listening to the album 'live through this' as of late...
     
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    Tuuuunnne!!!

     
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    Might seem a little strange to post these two in here but they definitely have big grunge influences.

    (The chorus in this one even sounds like Heart-Shaped Box).


     
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    Yep. Hole weren't bad actually, although the singer isn't the most likable person.
     
  8. Live Through This is grunge, and is brilliant. Kurt's influence is there for all to see, I mean hear.
     
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    Smashing Pumpkins were 100% grunge, just a bit late. Radiohead? The earlier stuff maybe, after that there's too many influences to pick out anything. Maybe Ed's chord selections, although early punk and avant garde had more of an influence there.
     

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