I was looking for this anwer only...NIRVANA...
I believe Soundgarden and Pearl Jam delivered a really good Grunge sound, but Cobain definitely wrote better songs.
Nirvana was great, but I also love Boss Hog, and they weren't really apreciated until their got dummed down quite a bit.
I think there were a number of decent grunge bands/songs.
What's grungier than Smells Like Teen Spirit,
Lithium, Man in the Box, Creep (Radiohead), Even Flow.. the 90's!
But nothing tops Nevermind.
Many members of Soundgarden, Pearl Jam etc. were once part of Mother Love Bone.
The Temple of the Dog album was written as a tribute to a member of MLB that passed away. Andrew Wood
I didn't know that. I've heard the name, I'll check them out. Grunge is still some of my favorite music. Great driving/singing tunes! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TAqZb52sgpU&ob=av2e
Hard to define Mother Love Bone as grunge because they were pretty well produced. But Green River had not just Stone and Jeff, but Mark Arm also.
pearl jam was the best by far. Vedars voice is better then any other grunge singer
Actually he is old school but my favorite Grunge artist has to be Neil Young
by kerouac1986 6 years ago
Every generation rock n roll has changed and transformed into something else and now you don't hear much about rock music which I think is bullshit. I hear some people say rock n roll is dead, But they are wrong rock n roll is in the underground as we all are. so my question ...
by Obscure_Treasures 7 years ago
Did Kurt Kobain commit suicide or he was murdered?
by BritishRock 7 years ago
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