While Superunknown had a couple songs that were better (Fell on Black Days and Spoonman come to mind), Badmotorfinger has a consistency that that Superunknown would never achieve, and pushed out a great song for every one of it's 12 songs. It is truly one of the most important albums of Alternative Metal and the 90's.
A serious candidate for the best grunge record the 90s ever produced, Soundgarden's third album saw the band break out from their Seattle peers in a way only Nirvana or Pearl Jam could claim similar paths to. Just like Nirvana's "Nevermind" and Pearl Jam' "Ten", "Badmotorfinger" is both a slice of it's time and timeless, truly a masterpiece in the world of alternative rock, highlights include...well almost every single track is a highlight really, but "Room a Thousand Years Wide" may just be Soundgarden and Chris Cornell at their very darkest and best. An amazing album that belongs in everyone's collection.
lost its hits.. and i realized that i was initially too hasty to score as a classic... i suppose i wassnt in my the right state of mind. In other words, i feel after many thorough listens of badmotorfinger that it really isnt bad, and deserves a score of four.
The album Starts off with Rusty Cage and that automaticly starts out very Quick paced and you see Chris singing his High pitch Notes. After Comes Outshined And the pace Slows Down a Bit here but still is quick paced and his voice isnt so high pitch. These two Start the album great. After that You get Slaves & Bulldozers and then Jesus Christ pose. Jesus Christ pose Proves to be a great song. AFter these songs are finished The album Becomes a bit Less then Superb Making this only excellent in my rating. The songs are still great just dont stack with the Beggining songs.