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Temple of the Dog

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Featuring members of Soundgarden and what would soon become Pearl Jam, Temple of the Dog's lone eponymous album might never have reached a wide audience if not for Pearl Jam's breakout success a year later. In turn, by providing the first glimpse of Chris Cornell's more straightforward, classic rock-influenced side, Temple of the Dog helped set the stage for Soundgarden's mainstream breakthrough with Superunknown. Nearly every founding member of Pearl Jam appears on Temple of the Dog (including the then-unknown Eddie Vedder), so perhaps it isn't surprising that the record sounds like a bridge between Mother Love Bone's theatrical '70s-rock updates and Pearl Jam's hard-rocking seriousness. What is surprising, though, is that Cornell is the dominant composer, writing the music on seven of the ten tracks (and lyrics on all). Keeping in mind that Soundgarden's previous album was the overblown metallic miasma of Louder Than Love, the accessibly warm, relatively clean sound of Temple of the Dog is somewhat shocking, and its mellower moments are minor revelations in terms of Cornell's songwriting abilities. It isn't just the band, either — he displays more emotional range than ever before, and his melodies and song structures are (for the most part) pure, vintage hard rock. In fact, it's almost as though he's trying to write in the style of Mother Love Bone — which makes sense, since Temple of the Dog was a tribute to that band's late singer Andrew Wood. Not every song here is directly connected to Wood; once several specific elegies were recorded, additional material grew quickly out of the group's natural chemistry. As a result, there's a very loose, jam-oriented feel to much of the album, and while it definitely meanders at times, the result is a more immediate emotional impact. The album's strength is its mournful, elegiac ballads, but thanks to the band's spontaneous creative energy and appropriately warm sound, it's permeated by a definite, life-affirming aura. That may seem like a paradox, but consider the adage that funerals are more for the living than the dead; Temple of the Dog shows Wood's associates working through their grief and finding the strength to move on.

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discazo! sondgarden + pearl jam

discazo de 1992 cuando se unieron pearl jam y soundgarden para brindar un tributo a mother love bone es escencial en la era del grunge las mejores son "say hello to heaven" y "hunger strike" que buena voz la de chris cornell escencial

Me falta una cancion apple atencion !!!

Ya descargue el
Disco y no me baja la de reach down que pasa? Viene solo con el album y ya lo he descargado primero descargue la de say hello to heaven y luego el
Disco completo y no me
Quiere bajar esa cancion en particular que pasa itunes estoy esperando mi cancion .....

Uno de los mejores discos de la historia del Grundge!!!

Si no es que el mejor, este disco es la prueba de que con un solo álbum es suficiente. Realmente no hay canción que no escuche y todo amante del Grundge debe tener esta joya de la música. Para mi las mejores canciones son "Reach Down" y "Times of Trouble"


Se formó en: 1990 en Seattle, WA

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '90s

Temple of the Dog was a one-album project conceived in 1990. The purpose of Temple of the Dog was to pay tribute to the late Andrew Wood, the lead singer of Mother Love Bone, who died of a heroin overdose in 1990. Following his death, Mother Love Bone broke up, but Wood's bandmates Jeff Ament (bass) and Stone Gossard (guitar) decided to continue working together. Before Ament and Gossard formed a new band, they assembled Temple of the Dog, recruiting Chris Cornell (vocals) and Matt Cameron (drums)...
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