Mother Love Bone has the weird distinction of being the band that never happened but it turn made so many other things happen. Mother Love Bone featured lead singer Andrew Wood along with Greg Gilmore, Bruce Fairweather, Jeff Ament and Stone Goassard.
Came across these Lego album cover remakes of several of our favorite albums by Oasis, The Strokes, The White Stripes, Soundgarden and Weezer on Flickr somewhere.
The third and final Audioslave album “Revelations” was released on September 5, 2006. The album cover of the supergroup featuring Chris Cornell of Soundgarden with Tom Morello, Brad Wilk and Tim Commerford of Rage Against The Machine featured the Audioslave logo as an island on Earth.
“Black Hole Sun” was the third single released from the 1994 Soundgarden album, Superunknown, and most likely their most popular song. Ever wonder where the title “Black Hole Sun” came from???
There are two versions of almost the same song by two different groups but the groups are almost one in the same. Sounds complicated doesn’t it???
Chris Cornell released his third solo album “Scream” produced by rap super-producer Timbaland on March 10, 2009. There was so much backlash that even Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails felt the need to express how “uncomfortable” the album made him feel via the day after the album was released.
Soundgarden was formed in 1984 by Chris Cornell, Hiro Yamamoto and Kim Thayil. They named themselves after this wind-channeling pipe sculpture, “A Sound Garden,” located on National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration property next to Magnuson Park, Seattle.
I am Raul Rossell II, born and raised in Los Angeles, California and founder of feelnumb.com. I’m not trying to be a Rock Star, I just write about them…