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6 months interest free on products from AmazonI had the desk I cracked it the new disc I ordered the color was wrong on the Cd it was like someone made a hack not cool. Excellent album!!5RIP Chris.One of my favorite albums and the first album I bought from Soundgarden in the 90s. Absolutely incredible. I sure am going to miss Chris Cornell.5*** Un-be-freaking-lievable ***I own hundreds & hundreds of cds. I've played in bands. I've bought & sold more audio gear, basses, guitars, amps, speakers, than I'd care to talk about. I cannot recall ever saying to myself, quietly and awe-struck, as a cd was playing, "HOLY S*** HOW DID THEY MAKE SONGS THIS GOOD?" I know that sounds like stupid hyperbole, but I really said this and I really did not 'mean' to say it for someone's script. Screaming Life / FOPP, Ultramega OK, Loud Love, and much of Badmotorfinger - those represent the raw, unpredictable sweet spot for me with enough structure, wildness, weird sounds, angst, unpredictability, and (somehow) fun at the same time to really put Soundgarden in their own category. Superkunknown wasn't my taste - too forced & self-conscious, and the hooks for the most part weren't even all that interesting. Objectively speaking (so people say?) Superunknown succeeded in creating their commercial masterwork, but that doesn't mean everyone likes it either. Not the fans from the beginning, like me, anyway. King Animal (fast forward a little) is strong & proves the band is still intact, looking ahead, OK, but I don't enjoy listening to it all that much, sadly. It holds up, but that's about all. There are a few good songs and a few terrible ones, a first for Soundgarden.Down On The Upside, as the first reviewer put it so well, crystallizes absolutely everything about the band that I love, goes further than any other album, and somehow pulls it off in such a confident, swaggering way that it's breathtaking. The timbre. The mix. The ensemble of instruments they put together. The newfound staggering power & muscle of the playing. Matt's drumming sounds noticeably more crisp & forceful than ever, somehow. The recording quality is outstanding. Chris' voice never sounded better. I could go on & on & on - the songwriting is in a different league, more mature, taking you on a more deliberate & impressive travel to a musical destination, rather than just bashing out creative riffs "but, harder." It's hard to fathom any other album with so many different styles of "five-star" sounds all in the same set-list. Burden In My Hand, Dusty, Tighter & Tighter, all worthy of "epic" "wow!" "phenomenal" titles. There are no weak tracks. The rockers are smoking. The moody stuff broods and builds & draws you in. The happy stuff feels exuberant, almost. The punk influenced stuff doesn't have to make any apologies. The quintessential Zep-No-Soundgarden! track "Tighter & Tighter" takes the band to where we always knew they could reach in sublime, benchmarking fashion. "Boot Camp" as other reviewers have noted has the peculiar and somewhat magical effect that when it's playing, it doesn't grab you or hook you, or seem to all that memorable in any way. But then you find yourself, of all 16 tracks, quietly singing it to yourself days later after just a few listens. Kinda spooky .It's hard to overstate my opinion of this cd. I missed it (only 20 years or so?) because after Superunknown, I'd written them off as gone the way of the dollars, and figured Down On The Upside was more of the same. How wrong I was."HOLY S*** how did they...?"5BEWARE BAIT AND SWITCH TACTICSI see in the Editorial Reviews the following: "Limited double 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Down On The Upside is the fifth studio album by Soundgarden, released on May 21, 1996 through A&M Records."So why is it I received the 2016 version that isn't a Limited 1996 version? I'll keep this and play it, but I think it's utter rubbish that you resort to these tactics. The mark of a conman, in fact...2In top formOf all the Soundgarden albums, this one still tends to be my favourite. Their style was evolving and though less raw than earlier albums, it shows a certain brilliance in how the songs and lyrics come together. I had to buy it again as my other copy got nicked. I think this was their finest moment.5The best of the best music!I started playing guitar again...and was buying all these Soundgarden CDs...this year. The day he died...Soundgarden CD at my front door. It s hard to listen to them...before it happened...I was nonstop. I even drove in la to cemetery and paid respect! One of the best singers and bands ever...5Excellent!Excellent edition! Maybe I would have liked that the insert would have been printed in color and more pics to the era, but hey! is SOUNDGARDEN!!!5There must be something good, far away.This is no joke - one of the best albums I have ever heard. It's one of those that you can sit down and listen to start to finish, over and over. Or it's got the singles or the songs for different moods. I came late to the Soundgarden party but this one is more melodic and experimental, though not more restrained than their previous efforts. I can't recommend this album enough to fans of all kinds of rock... Soundgarden really tread a new path in the rock world and this album is a fine showcase of their efforts.5Get itIt is difficult to explain what happened waaay back when this was released. I remember everyone LOVING this album, and it sold extremely well. For some reason the reviews began to assert it was a letdown compared to SUPERUNKNOWN and that idea snowballed it s way into other reviews. It s one of the best I have ever heard. The band disbanded and and Cornell released Euphoria Morning (HIGHLY recommended).It s a letdown like Houses of the Holy was a letdown compared to LZ4, A Farewell to Kings to 2112... get it?5One of my favoritesAnother perfect album, IMO. Anyone who's worked with any of these band members over the years are fortunate, and I am relieved & "blessed", lol, to find a timeless voice & rock style for my mind/body.5
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