25 Dec 2008, 23:32 by maidenhell
16 May 2007, 17:09 by macritiI've made a stats doc for grungers.. It is short and clear, and i hope useful for all of us.. The sources are Wikipedia and Last.fm. Personally want to thank Himemi for her efforts.. for growing grunge love on me)
Download the document(pdf)
Here is the list of bands which are mentioned in the doc:
Alice in Chains
Mother Love Bone
My Sister's Machine
Temple of the Dog
Babes in Toyland
Stone Temple Pilots
16 Nov 2006, 19:50 by milkandcakei saw that Courtney Love has a new book out, and reading about it made me start thinking about Hole, and before you knew it i was searching the internet for used cds. i hunted down Live Through This and Pretty On The Inside, wondering if i would like them as much now as i did back them. in a way the albums are kind of nostalgic; they make me think of my senior year in high school, (as well as the year after), when i was wearing a lot of black, a lot of cardigans, and this horrible dark purple lipstick that made me look like i had hypothermia. growing up on an island so close to seattle made grunge/rock/the seattle scene probably more important to me and my friends than it was to kids in the midwest and hole was definitely a pretty big part of my musical diet, along with The Screaming Trees, Soundgarden, Nirvana, Mudhoney, The Posies, Hammerbox, and Pearl Jam. i like to think i still listen to those bands and artists today because they're great, which i do believe, but part of it is also because they're comforting. …
1 Oct 2006, 01:30 by soupnazi33I grabbed these albums:
I usually don't like really heavy metal, but I'm liking Five Foot Thick. It's a rather short album, only 9 songs, but worth it. I especially like Unfounded.
I do like Sevendust quite a bit too ... I think Seasons is their best album.
What I have heard of Hammerbox and Stabbing Westward I have liked, so we will see :)