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Sound Garden Live on Planet Earth: Chris Cornell - one-time front man and songwriter.


You can take the boy out of the grunge, but you can't etc. etc. Chris Cornell - one-time front man and songwriter for 1980s and '90s Seattle grunge-scene exemplars Soundgarden and later leading light of the hard-rocking Audioslave - may now be a mid-40s dad emoting on James Bond movie soundtracks, but he brought plenty of old-style Cornell to the Ottawa Civic Centre Saturday night.

And the modest crowd of 2000 loved him - once he got started that is, almost 45 minutes late (does he feed his lead-footed stage crew barbiturates?). That love overflowed because Cornell is a good performer - trim, fit and energetic - and because, at least early in the show, he was starting to dip smartly into his deep catalogue.

By press time, Cornell and his five-piece backing band had given us What You Are from his Audioslave days. They'd served up No Such Thing, the closest he gets to grunge on the new album which includes You Know My Name, Cornell's contribution to the James Bond film Casino Royale. And, to massive crowd approval, they howled through Soundgarden's Outshined and No Attention, both de rigeur tunes.

Cornell was also joined by Mat Joly, from the warm-up band Mobile, for a nicely tempered shot of Hunger Strike, from Cornell's days with the short-lived band Temple of the Dog,

And, of course, Cornell's storied multi-octave voice was in full flight on Saturday night.

The warm-up act, Mobile, was excellent. It should be no surprise that a Montreal band would rock, but these guys do their hometown proud. And speaking of proud, they did perform their chugging little tribute number Montreal Calling.

They've only been on the scene a couple of years, but their heady mix of everything from the Stones and U2 to glam rock and late 1960s soul - all of it diced and sliced into their recent, well-received sophomore album Tales From the City - went over well here.

True, it is an often-dark album, in part because some it was written after guitarist Christian "Criq" Brais' mother was diagnosed with cancer. But we were happy to hear the boys, led by Joly, digging wholeheartedly into it (do they do things any other way?), with intense servings of new tunes like No Tomorrow, Hit the Floor #7 and Gravity. Lots of nice sonic special effects, by the way, none of them overdone.

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Sound Garden Live on Planet Earth: The Reunion

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Will there be a Soundgarden reunion in 2009? Live on Planet Earth had posted a rumor back on November 1 but anything of the sort is totally unlikely to come to fruition. There are just too many documented indicators alluding to the fact that this is an impossibility. Case and point, you can read the November 17, 2008

Sound Garden Live on Planet Earth: Loud Love

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Loud Love Lyrics

Written by chris cornell

Theres no time to keep it low
Ive been deaf now I want noise
You stay down
But I wont be quiet
Ill hammer on until you fight

Loud love
Loud love
Loud love
Loud love

If youve got some time to kill
Slow resistance wins the war
Well I know
But thats no way to go
You cant resist the louder pull

Well thats right
I want something to explode
Ive been deaf
Now I want noise

Friday, August 8, 2008

Sound Garden Live on Planet Earth: Blow up the Outside World

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Blow Up The Outside World Lyrics


Ive givin everything I need
Id give you everything I own
Id give in if it could at least be ours alone
Ive given everything I could
To blow it to hell and gone
Burrow down in and
Blow up the outside world

Someone tried to tell me something
Dont let the world get you down
Nothing will do me in before I do myself
So save it for your own and the ones you can help

Want to make it understood
Wanting though I never would
Trying though I know its wrong
Blowing it to hell and gone
Wishing though I never could
Blow up the outside world


Sound Garden Live on Planet Earth: Black hole Sun

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Black Hole Sun
Lyrics

In my eyes
Indisposed
In disguise
As no one knows
Hides the face
Lies the snake
The sun
In my disgrace
Boiling heat
Summer stench
neath the black
The sky looks dead
Call my name
Through the cream
And Ill hear you
Scream again

Black hole sun
Wont you come
And wash away the rain
Black hole sun
Wont you come
Wont you come

Stuttering
Cold and damp
Steal the warm wind
Tired friend
Times are gone
For honest men
And sometimes
Far too long
For snakes
In my shoes
A walking sleep
And my youth
I pray to keep
Heaven send
Hell away
No one sings
Like you
Anymore

Hang my head
Drown my fear
Till you all just
Disappear

Sound Garden Live on Planet Earth: Pretty Noose

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Pretty Noose Lyrics

I caught the moon today
Pick it up
And throw it away all right
I got the perfect steal
A cleaner love
With a dirty feel all right
Fallout and take the bait
Eat the fruit
And kiss the snake goodnight
Common ruse dirty face
Pretty noose is pretty hate
And I dont like
What you got me hanging from
Let your motor race
Pick it up
And get this mother gone
Out from and far away
The wooden stake
This thing has got me on
Diamond rope silver chain
Pretty noose is pretty pain
And I dont like
What you got me hanging from
I dont care what you got
I dont care what you need
I dont want anything
And I dont like what
You got me hanging from

Sound Garden Live on Planet Earth: Jesus Christ Pose

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Jesus Christ Pose Lyrics

And you stare at me
In your jesus christ pose
Arms held out
Like youve been carrying a load
And you swear to me
You dont want to be my slave
But youre staring at me
Like I need to be saved
In your jesus christ pose
Arms held out
In your jesus christ pose
Thorns and shroud
Like its the coming of the lord
And I swear to you
That I would never feed you pain
But youre staring at me
Like Im driving the nails
In your jesus christ pose
And you stare at me
In your jesus christ pose
Arms held out like its
The coming of the lord
And would it pay you more to walk on water
Than to wear a crown of thorns
It wouldnt pain me more to bury you rich
Than to bury you poor
In your jesus christ pose

Sound Garden Live on Planet Earth: Burden in my hand.

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Burden in my hand. Lyrics

Follow me into the desert
As thirsty as you are
Crack a smile and cut your mouth
And drown in alcohol
cause down below the truth is lying
Beneath the riverbed
So quench yourself and drink the water
That flows below her head

Oh no there she goes
Out in the sunshine the sun is mine

I shot my love today would you cry for me
I lost my head again would you lie for me
I left her in the sand just a burden in my hand
I lost my head again would you cry for me

Close your eyes and bow your head
I need a little sympathy
cause fear is strong and loves for everyone
Who isnt me
So kill your health and kill yourself
And kill everything you love
And if you live you can fall to pieces
And suffer with my ghost
Just a burden in my hand
Just an anchor on my heart
Just a tumor in my head
And Im in the dark

So follow me into the desert
As desperate as you are
Where the moon is glued to a picture of heaven
And all the little pigs have god

Sound Garden Live on Planet Earth: Band Names?


A garden of kinetic sculptures that makes music when wind blows through them... a sculpture in Seattle called "Sound Garden".

If you've ever listened to a Soundgarden album, you probably understand why they are one of the most important bands of the 90s. If you haven't, you've missed something. Their success was propelled by Chris Cornell, who was not only owner of an incredible voice but also one of the most brilliantly talented songwriters rock music has known. Unlike too many songwriters who are content to judge songs on how well they will sell, Soundgarden made music that was not only good, but profound. In short, they earned their fame, and that is something not many rock musicians can say.

But that doesn't mean that their lyrics were their only strength. From a purely musical standpoint, Soundgarden produced outstanding work as well. Their hallmark style usually was to begin a song slowly and quietly, then to build it up until the music climaxed in a more energetic mode. Indeed, the band's name, although written as one word, is really two words, which describe the band amazingly accurately. A lot of their music was closer to sound, anti-musical and tuneless noise, yet it was also beautiful, elegant, and sweet; In effect, they created a garden of sound, that was paradoxically both ugly and disturbing, yet beautiful and soothing at once. This counterpoint is what made Soundgarden's music so effective. (Side note: This is not the official story in where they got their name, although it may be part of why they chose it. Officially, the band is named after "The Sound Garden", a sculpture in their hometown of Seattle.)


They apparently named themselves after a pipe sculpture in Seattle's Sand Point that makes unearthly howling noises in the wind..

Sound Garden Live on Planet Earth: The History


The seeds of Big were originally planted far away from the Emerald City in the fertile plains of the Midwest. Park Forest, Ill. natives and longtime friends Kim Thayil (guitar), Hiro Yamamoto (bass) and Bruce Pavitt, decided to move to Olympia, Wash. in 1981 to attend college and check out the budding underground culture. Thayil and Yamamoto soon became involved in a band called the Shemps, which featured vocalist/drummer Chris Cornell, while Pavitt founded the fanzine that would evolve into Sub Pop Records. The Shemps folded in 1984, but Yamamoto and new roommate Cornell decided to form a new project, soon bringing Thayil onboard and taking their name, Big, from a popular Seattle sculpture.

With drummer Scott Sundquist, Big toured heavily in the Pacific Northwest, gradually building up a large underground following with their unique mix of rock, metal and punk. In 1986 Sundquist left the band and was replaced by Skin Yard drummer Matt Cameron. The following year, the band signed to Pavitt's fledgling Sup Pop label and released their debut single, "Hunted Down," and the subsequent EP, Screaming Life. Another EP, FOPP, followed in 1988 earning the band big time buzz and major label interest. Preferring indie labels, they signed to SST and released their debut full-length, Ultramega OK later that year.

The band soon moved to the majors, signing with A&M Records, and began to record their sophomore album in December 1998. Louder Than Love was released in 1989 earning glowing reviews and eventually a Grammy nomination. Unfortunately, the band's success didn't stop Yamamoto from leaving the group to return to school. With a full tour schedule planned, the remaining members of Big frantically searched for a new bassist. Former Nirvana guitarist Jason Everman eventually won the job, but not before the band auditioned old friend Ben Shepard, who impressed the group with his style, but didn't know any of the songs. At the end of the tour, Everman left Big and was replaced by Shepard.

As the release of Big's third album, Badmotorfinger, approached in 1991, the anticipation mounted as the critics predicted Big to be the breakout stars of the insurgent Seattle scene. Unfortunately, the album was overshadowed by the surprise success of Nirvana's Nevermind, but it still managed to go platinum and peak at No. 39 on the charts, spawning the classic singles "Outshined" and "Rusty Cage." Categorized as a metal band, Big toured with acts like Guns N' Roses Monster Magnet and Skid Row before joining the lineup of 1992's Lollapalooza with Pearl Jam, Ministry and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, among others. The band gained even more exposure through Cornell and Cameron's involvement with Temple of the Dog, a band assembled in tribute to Andrew Wood, the late singer of Seattle's Mother Love Bone, which also featured Pearl Jam's Jeff Ament, Stone Gossard and Eddie Vedder.

After a brief rest, Big released Superunknown in 1994. The breakthrough, featuring the hits "Spoonman," "Fell on Black Days" and the crossover smash and MTV staple "Black Hole Sun, would eventually go triple platinum and earn two Grammys. After a multi-leg tour, the band released Down on the Upside in 1996. Another strong album showered with critical raves, Down on the Upside was somewhat of a disappointment in sales even with the singles "Pretty Noose," "Burden in My Hand" and "Blow Up the Outside World."

Returning to Lollapalooza that summer, Big toured with acts like Metallica and the Ramones before launching their own tour in late 1996.With rumors of internal turmoil circulating in the press, they continued touring until, on April 7, 1997, they laid the rumors to rest by breaking up. Since then, Thayil and Shepard have appeared in various side projects, Cameron has taken up residency behind the drum kit with fellow Seattlites Pearl Jam, and Cornell has embarked on a solo career.

Sound Garden Live on Planet Earth

Soundgarden was an American rock band formed in Seattle, Washington in 1984 by lead singer and drummer Chris Cornell, lead guitarist Kim Thayil, and bassist Hiro Yamamoto. Matt Cameron became the band's permanent drummer in 1986 and bassist Ben Shepherd became a permanent replacement for Yamamoto in 1990.

Soundgarden was one of the key bands in the creation of grunge, a style of alternative rock that developed in Seattle and was based around the band's record label Sub Pop. Soundgarden was the first grunge band to sign to a major label, but Soundgarden did not achieve commercial success until Seattle contemporaries Nirvana and Pearl Jam popularized grunge in the early 1990s.

Soundgarden achieved its biggest success with the 1994 album Superunknown which debuted at number one on the Billboard charts and yielded the Grammy Award–winning singles "Black Hole Sun" and "Spoonman". In 1997, the band broke up due to internal strife over its creative direction. Soundgarden has sold 8 million records in the U.S. and an estimated 20 million albums worldwide.

Soundgarden was formed in 1984 by Chris Cornell (drums and vocals) and Hiro Yamamoto (bass); they were later joined by Kim Thayil (guitar). Thayil had moved to Seattle from Park Forest, Illinois with Yamamoto and Bruce Pavitt, who would later start Sub Pop Records. The band named themselves after a wind-channeling pipe sculpture, "The Sound Garden," located in Magnuson Park, Seattle.
Cornell originally played drums while singing, but in 1985 the band enlisted Scott Sundquist to allow Cornell to concentrate on vocals. The band's first recordings were three songs that appeared on a compilation for C/Z Records called Deep Six. It also featured songs by fellow grunge pioneers Green River, Skin Yard, Malfunkshun, The U-Men and the Melvins. In 1986, Sundquist left the band and was replaced by Matt Cameron, who was the drummer for Skin Yard.
Soundgarden began work on its A&M debut, Louder Than Love (the original title allegedly being Louder Than Fuck), in December of 1988. Just after the album's release, in the fall of 1989, Yamamoto wanted to return to school and left the band. Left in a lurch, with a tour already booked, Soundgarden began auditioning bass players. Ben Shepherd was among those who showed up, but though the band liked his style, he didn't know the songs. Jason Everman, who did know them, got the gig [he is in the band photo that appears at the very top of this page]. The A&M album led to tours across the states and Europe, including a successful tour package with Voivod and Faith No More. An earlier show was filmed for a home video, which was released as Louder Than Live. The videotape displayed the band's vengance in concert and featured a medley consisting of Spinal Tap's "Big Bottom" and Cheech and Chong's "Earache my Eye". A&M also released a promotional CD called Louder Than Live, with a few other songs not on the video. But after the tour, Everman (who had previously worn out his welcome with Nirvana in record time) was history. "Jason just didn't work out," says Thayil.

It was right around this time that Mother Love Bone singer Andy Wood -- who had been friends with the members of Soundgarden and a onetime roommate of Cornell's -- died of an overdose.

Top 200 90s Alternative Rock Songs

No. Song Artist Album Year Last Rank
1 Karma Police Radiohead OK Computer 1997 1
2 No Excuses Alice in Chains Jar of Flies 1994 2
3 Smells Like Teen Spirit Nirvana Nevermind 1991 N/A
4 Bittersweet Symphony The Verve Urban Hymns 1997 9
5 Heaven Beside You Alice in Chains Alice in Chains 1995 3
6 One Headlight The Wallflowers Bringing Down the Horse 1996 4
7 Jesus Christ Pose Soundgarden Badmotorfinger 1991 N/A
8 Bullet With Butterfly Wings Smashing Pumpkins Mellon Collie & The Infinite Sadness 1995 N/A
9 Lithium Nirvana Nevermind 1991 N/A
10 1979 Smashing Pumpkins Mellon Collie & The Infinite Sadness 1995 5
11 Paranoid Android Radiohead OK Computer 1997 12
12 Down in a Hole Alice in Chains Dirt 1992 8
13 Nutshell Alice in Chains Jar of Flies 1994 7
14 Otherside Red Hot Chili Peppers Californication 1999 6
15 Losing My Religion REM Out of Time 1991 10
16 Everlong Foo Fighters The Colour and the Shape 1997 N/A
17 Cherub Rock Smashing Pumpkins Siamese Dream 1993 N/A
18 Come As You Are Nirvana Nevermind 1991 N/A
19 Wonderwall Oasis (What's the Story) Morning Glory? 1995 13
20 The Way Fastball All the Pain Money Can Buy 1998 14
21 I Stay Away Alice in Chains Jar of Flies 1994 N/A
22 Brain Stew Green Day Insomniac 1995 N/A
23 Creep Stone Temple Pilots Core 1992 15
24 In Bloom Nirvana Nevermind 1991 N/A
25 Rotten Apple Alice in Chains Jar of Flies 1994 16
26 Heart Shaped Box Nirvana In Utero 1993 N/A
27 Plush Stone Temple Pilots Core 1992 N/A
28 The Man Who Sold The World (Cover) Nirvana MTV Unplugged in New York 1994 17
29 Californication Red Hot Chili Peppers Californication 1999 24
30 Ænima Tool Ænima 1996 N/A
31 Grind Alice in Chains Alice in Chains 1995 N/A
32 Mr. Jones Counting Crows August and Everything After 1993 19
33 Personal Jesus Depeche Mode Violator 1990 N/A
34 Under The Bridge Red Hot Chili Peppers Blood Sugar Sex Magik 1991 18
35 Bound for the Floor Local H As Good As Dead 1996 N/A
36 Touch, Peel and Stand Days of the New Days of the New 1997 N/A
37 Man In The Box Alice in Chains Facelift 1990 N/A
38 Your Woman White Town Women In Technology 1997 N/A
39 No Shelter Rage Against the Machine The Battle of Los Angeles 1999 N/A
40 All The Small Things Blink-182 Enema of the State 1999 N/A
41 Would? Alice in Chains Dirt 1992 N/A
42 In The Meantime Spacehog Resident Alien 1995 20
43 Dumb Nirvana In Utero 1993 25
44 You Ought to Know Alanis Morissette Jagged Little Pill 1995 N/A
45 All I Want Toad the Wet Sprocket Fear 1991 21
46 December Collective Soul Collective Soul 1995 23
47 Dirt Alice in Chains Dirt 1992 N/A
48 Mayonaise Smashing Pumpkins Siamese Dream 1993 N/A
49 Song 2 Blur Blur 1997 N/A
50 A Long December Counting Crows Recovering the Satellites 1996 27
51 Santa Monica Everclear Sparkle & Fade 1995 30
52 Rooster Alice in Chains Dirt 1992 N/A
53 Counting Blue Cars Dishwalla Pet Your Friends 1995 29
54 Buddy Holly Weezer Blue Album 1994 N/A
55 Burden In My Hand Soundgarden Down on the Upside 1996 34
56 Soma Smashing Pumpkins Siamese Dream 1993 40
57 Junkhead Alice in Chains Dirt 1992 N/A
58 Flagpole Sitta Harvey Danger Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone? 1998 N/A
59 Enter Sandman Metallica Metallica 1991 N/A
60 I Alone Live Throwing Copper 1994 26
61 Run Collective Soul Dosage 1999 32
62 Find The River REM Automatic for the People 1992 47
63 A Tout Le Monde Megadeth Youthanasia 1994 N/A
64 Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm Crash Test Dummies God Shuffled his Feet 1993 31
65 Unglued Stone Temple Pilots Purple 1994 N/A
66 Low Cracker Kerosene Hat 1993 33
67 Streets of Philadelphia Bruce Springsteen Soundtrack: Philadelphia 1993 35
68 Interstate Love Song Stone Temple Pilots Purple 1994 41
69 Self Esteem The Offspring Smash 1994 N/A
70 Sex and Candy Marcy Playground Marcy Playground 1997 36
71 Lucky Man The Verve Urban Hymns 1997 37
72 Semi Charmed Life Third Eye Blind Third Eye Blind 1997 39
73 Thief Our Lady Peace Happiness... Is Not A Fish That You Can Catch 1999 28
74 Possum Kingdom Toadies Rubberneck 1994 N/A
75 Rape Me Nirvana In Utero 1993 N/A
76 Zero Smashing Pumpkins Mellon Collie & The Infinite Sadness 1995 N/A
77 Tyler Toadies Rubberneck 1994 N/A
78 Lucky Radiohead OK Computer 1997 46
79 Blow up the Outside World Soundgarden Down on the Upside 1996 N/A
80 Drive REM Automatic for the People 1992 49
81 Iris Goo Goo Dolls Dizzy Up the Girl 1998 38
82 Today Smashing Pumpkins Siamese Dream 1993 N/A
83 Big Empty Stone Temple Pilots Purple 1994 54
84 Hate To Feel Alice in Chains Dirt 1992 N/A
85 Mary Jane's Last Dance Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Greatest Hits 1993 43
86 Why I'm Here Oleander February Son 1999 N/A
87 Sour Girl Stone Temple Pilots No. 4 1999 45
88 Closing Time Semisonic Feeling Strangely Fine 1998 62
89 Nearly Lost You Screaming Trees Sweet Oblivion 1992 N/A
90 Say It Ain't So Weezer Blue Album 1994 N/A
91 What's The Frequency, Kenneth? REM Monster 1994 51
92 Carnival Natalie Merchant Tigerlily 1995 87
93 Crazy Life Toad the Wet Sprocket Coil 1997 71
94 Never Let You Go Third Eye Blind Blue 1999 63
95 Linger The Cranberries Everybody Else is Doing It 1993 91
96 Losing A Whole Year Third Eye Blind Third Eye Blind 1997 N/A
97 You Learn Alanis Morissette Jagged Little Pill 1995 76
98 Runaway Train Soul Asylum Grave Dancer's Union 1992 68
99 All My Friends Counting Crows This Desert Life 1999 67
100 Don't Look Back In Anger Oasis (What's the Story) Morning Glory? 1995 44
101 Rhinoceros Smashing Pumpkins Gish 1991 52
102 Hand In My Pocket Alanis Morissette Jagged Little Pill 1995 55
103 Ava Adore Smashing Pumpkins Adore 1998 N/A
104 Rain When I Die Alice in Chains Dirt 1992 N/A
105 Tighter & Tighter Soundgarden Down on the Upside 1996 58
106 Only in Dreams Weezer Blue Album 1994 N/A
107 Killing in the Name of Rage Against the Machine Rage Against the Machine 1992 N/A
108 Outshined Soundgarden Badmotorfinger 1991 N/A
109 One of Us Joan Osborne Relish 1995 90
110 Tonight, Tonight Smashing Pumpkins Mellon Collie & The Infinite Sadness 1995 69
111 Zombie The Cranberries No Need To Argue 1994 85
112 Saint Joe on the School Bus Marcy Playground Marcy Playground 1997 N/A
113 Bittersweet Me REM New Adventures in Hi-Fi 1996 74
114 Good Morning Baby Bic Runga and Dan Wilson Soundtrack: American Pie 1999 N/A
115 Good Better than Ezra Deluxe 1995 78
116 Take a Picture Filter Title of Record 1999 95
117 The Chemicals Between Us Bush The Science of Things 1999 N/A
118 The Good Life Weezer Pinkerton 1996 N/A
119 We Are Vertical Horizon Everything You Want 1999 70
120 Whats My Age Again? Blink-182 Enema of the State 1999 N/A
121 Don't Follow Alice in Chains Jar of Flies 1994 81
122 Selling The Drama Live Throwing Copper 1994 80
123 On a Plain Nirvana Nevermind 1991 N/A
124 Bulls on Parade Rage Against the Machine Evil Empire 1996 N/A
125 Ironic Alanis Morissette Jagged Little Pill 1995 N/A
126 Drive Incubus Make Yourself 1999 N/A
127 Stranger By the Day Shades Apart Eyewitness 1999 N/A
128 Love Spreads Stone Roses Second Coming 1994 83
129 Standing Outside a Broken Phone Booth Primitive Radio Gods Rocket 1996 77
130 Cuts You Up Peter Murphy Deep 1990 N/A
131 Enjoy The Silence Depeche Mode Violator 1990 N/A
132 Fake Plastic Trees Radiohead The Bends 1995 N/A
133 Weapon and the Wound Days of the New Days of the New 1997 N/A
134 Over Now Alice in Chains Alice in Chains 1995 N/A
135 Prophecy Remy Zero Villa Elaine 1998 59
136 Fell On Black Days Soundgarden Superunknown 1994 84
137 Headache Frank Black Teenager of the Year 1994 N/A
138 High Feeder Polythene 1998 N/A
139 Compliment Collective Soul Dosage 1999 N/A
140 Woodburning Toad the Wet Sprocket Dulcinea 1994 96
141 About A Girl (Live) Nirvana MTV Unplugged in New York 1994 N/A
142 Creep Radiohead Pablo Honey 1993 72
143 In the Garage Weezer Blue Album 1994 N/A
144 Gotta Get Away The Offspring Smash 1994 N/A
145 Nothing Else Matters Metallica Metallica 1991 N/A
146 Shine Collective Soul Hints, Allegations, and Things Left Unsaid 1993 N/A
147 Breed Nirvana Nevermind 1991 N/A
148 Casual Affair Tonic Lemon Parade 1996 N/A
149 Fade Into You Mazzy Star So Tonight That I Might See 1993 93
150 My Friends Red Hot Chili Peppers One Hot Minute 1995 54
151 Black Hole Sun Soundgarden Superunknown 1994 48
152 My Name is Jonas Weezer Blue Album 1994 N/A
153 Out of My Head Fastball All the Pain Money Can Buy 1998 N/A
154 Beautiful Disaster 311 Transistor 1997 N/A
155 Champagne Supernova Oasis (What's the Story) Morning Glory? 1995 94
156 All I Know Screaming Trees Dust 1996 N/A
157 Gone Away The Offspring Ixnay on the Hombre 1997 N/A
158 Santeria Sublime Sublime 1996 N/A
159 Columbia Oasis Definitely Maybe 1994 N/A
160 The Freshman Verve Pipe Villains 1996 42
161 All Over You Live Throwing Copper 1994 65
162 The Unforgiven Metallica Metallica 1991 N/A
163 Jeremy Pearl Jam Ten 1991 N/A
164 Hold Her Down Toad the Wet Sprocket Fear 1991 N/A
165 Piece Of Pie Stone Temple Pilots Core 1992 N/A
166 Silvergun Superman Stone Temple Pilots Purple 1994 N/A
167 Black Pearl Jam Ten 1991 50
168 Warm Machine Bush The Science of Things 1999 N/A
169 Rocket Smashing Pumpkins Siamese Dream 1993 N/A
170 Whiskey In The Jar (Cover) Metallica Garage Inc. 1998 N/A
171 Closer Nine Inch Nails Downward Spiral 1994 N/A
172 Just Radiohead The Bends 1995 89
173 Hows It Gonna Be Third Eye Blind Third Eye Blind 1997 N/A
174 Jumper Third Eye Blind Third Eye Blind 1997 N/A
175 Mysterious Ways U2 Achtung Baby 1991 N/A
176 Army Ants Stone Temple Pilots Purple 1994 N/A
177 Uno Muse Showbiz 1999 N/A
178 Everything You Want Vertical Horizon Everything You Want 1999 N/A
179 My Iron Lung Radiohead The Bends 1995 64
180 Desperately Wanting Better than Ezra Friction, Baby 1996 N/A
181 What The Hell Have I? Alice in Chains Nothing Safe 1999 N/A
182 Hello Kitty Kat Smashing Pumpkins Pisces Iscariot 1994 N/A
183 Walk On The Ocean Toad the Wet Sprocket Fear 1991 N/A
184 Break It Down Again Tears for Fears Elemental 1993 N/A
185 Laid James Laid 1993 N/A
186 Morning Glory Oasis (What's the Story) Morning Glory? 1995 86
187 Head Over Feet Alanis Morissette Jagged Little Pill 1995 N/A
188 Quiet Smashing Pumpkins Siamese Dream 1993 N/A
189 The Day I Tried to Live Soundgarden Superunknown 1994 N/A
190 Far Behind Candlebox Candlebox 1993 100
191 King Nothing Metallica Load 1996 N/A
192 Lake Of Fire (Cover) Nirvana MTV Unplugged in New York 1994 N/A
193 Scar Tissue Red Hot Chili Peppers Californication 1999 N/A
194 The Difference The Wallflowers Bringing Down the Horse 1996 92
195 Muscle Museum (Live) Muse Showbiz 1999 N/A
196 The Bends Radiohead The Bends 1995 66
197 Sweet 69 Babes In Toyland Nemesisters 1995 N/A
198 Pepper Butthole Surfers Electriclarryland 1996 73
199 Underneath the Sky Oasis The Masterplan 1998 N/A
200 Disarm Smashing Pumpkins Siamese Dream 1993 N/A