Superunknown= 180g vinyl 2LP =
2 x LP
20th anniversary -remastered= gatefold + bonus download (320k0
( 1994 ) 2014 EU remastered on 180g 2LP-Considered Soundgarden’s “masterpiece”, yielding such iconic tracks as “Black Hole Sun,” “Spoonman,” & “Fell on Black Days“, which helped redefine alternative rock and influenced the course of music. Superunkn...
Release date: 012-06-2014 (Originally released in 1994)
2014 EU remastered on 180g vinyl 2LP - Considered Soundgarden’s “masterpiece”, yielding such iconic tracks as “Black Hole Sun,” “Spoonman,” and “Fell on Black Days“, which helped redefine alternative rock and influenced the course of music. Superunknown remains as great an album as ever, with its one-of-a-kind combination of heavy metal, grunge rock and even psychedelia sounding just as fresh and unique now as it did 20 years ago.This year, the band celebrates the 20th anniversary of this groundbreaking album with a special deluxe series of reissue formats. Present in gatefold package with a 12 page book with new photos and art, included which is a vinyl rip aac MP4's.
A1. Let Me Drown
A2. My Wave
A3. Fell On Black Days
B2. Head Down
B3. Black Hole Sun
C2. Limo Wreck
C3. The Day I Tried To Live
D1. Fresh Tendrils
D2. 4th Of July
D4. Like Suicide
D5. She Likes Surprises
In 1994, Seattle rock band Soundgarden released their critically acclaimed fourth full length album, Superunknown, on A&M Records. It earned the band two Grammy Awards. Considered Soundgarden’s masterpiece, the album yielded such iconic tracks as “Black Hole Sun,” “Spoonman,” and “Fell on Black Days,” and helped redefine alternative rock and change the course of music history
In 2014, the band celebrates the 20th anniversary of this groundbreaking album with a special reissue, a new 2LP edition with the original 16 tracks remastered on 180-gram double vinyl and housed in a gatefold cover with slightly updated cover art and an accompanying download card.
Soundgarden’s strongest and most diverse effort, the aptly named Superunknown was co-produced with Michael Beinhorn. No track is entirely derivative of any previous or past release, though cuts like the album's powerful opener, "Let Me Drown," "Limo Wreck," and "Spoonman" carry on the soulful metallic blues that the band has made their own. Tracks like the emotive "Black Hole Sun" and "4th Of July," among others, also marked a massive growth in the band's songwriting.
Superunknown has been certified five times platinum by the RIAA in the US. “Black Hole Sun” and “Spoonman” won Grammy Awards in 1995, where Superunknown was also nominated for Best Rock Album. Rolling Stone magazine has ranked the album as one of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time as well as one of the 100 Greatest Albums of the Nineties.
"We made an album instead of a record that has a couple of good songs and filler. We made an album in the classic sense of the term which goes back to records we bought growing up in the seventies. Bands like Aerosmith and Led Zeppelin made these records where every song counted and I think that's what we did." - Matt Cameron
Extra info: 20th anniversary -remastered= gatefold
Bonus(cd,single,download): bonus download (320k0
Originally released: 1985
This release: 2014