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Temple Of The Dog Ranked

No one ever seems to talk about this album... it's great though.
10Temple of the Dog
Temple of the Dog


"Hunger Strike" Despite this being the biggest hit, Eddie Vedder drags this album
down more than anything else here. Luckily, Chris Cornell and a guitar solo
rescue the song at the end. 3/5
9Temple of the Dog
Temple of the Dog


"Times of Trouble" A pretty decent song, but that's about it. It's a little forgettable and
not even close to being a standout. The guitar is pretty cool though. 3.5/5
8Temple of the Dog
Temple of the Dog


"Wooden Jesus" Probably one of Vedder's best moments that I've heard (I've also
heard Ten Jam's first 3 albums...) He's pretty clear here and the lyrics are great. 4/5
7Temple of the Dog
Temple of the Dog


"Four Walled World" Cornell is incredibly strong here and the music is excellent. This is
only at 7 because the other six manage to top it. 4.5/5
6Temple of the Dog
Temple of the Dog


"Call Me a Dog" The lyrics here are really cool, and the guitar solo is pretty decent.
What really seals the deal here though, is the powerful as hell chorus and that sweet
ending. 4.5/5
5Temple of the Dog
Temple of the Dog


"Say Hello 2 Heaven" An incredibly dramatic goodbye to Andy Wood.
Strong vocals, cool the guitar, and a depressing theme. Great opener. 4.5/5
4Temple of the Dog
Temple of the Dog


"Reach Down" 11 minutes of awesome guitar, Chris Cornell wailing, and a sick bass
line? Yes please. 5/5
3Temple of the Dog
Temple of the Dog


"Pushing Forward Back" A really strong leading riff, following by Cornell's powerful
vocals, with cool as hell lyrics. Not to mention, the bridge in this song is one of the
finest moments on the entire album. 5/5
2Temple of the Dog
Temple of the Dog


"Your Saviour" Every single lyrics in this song is awesome. The guitar solo is sweet. It
just jams perfectly. Yet again, another epic bridge. Heyeyeyeyeyeyeyeh. 5/5
1Temple of the Dog
Temple of the Dog


"All Night Thing" This song paints a depressing picture in the mind. Supposedly its a
description of Mother Love Bone's Andy Wood's last day on Earth. The organs and
drums work together to convey this mood of solemn regret. Certainly one of my
favorite songs ever. 5/5
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