The major-label follow-up to their 1988 Sub Pop debut doesn’t work many changes on their sound or image: This all-girl group was loud, nasty, and could easily beat the shit out of any protein-shake-drinking club bouncer. Sure, they hailed from Los Angeles — the epicenter of hair metal at the time — but cue up “Fast and Frightening” and you’ll discover they could play louder and faster than Warrant and Motley Crüe combined.
By Wondering Sound Staff on 09.19.11 in Icons
When Pearl Jam finally compiled a catalog-skimming greatest hits collection in 2004 - a decade after the demise of Nirvana, six years after they stole Soundgarden's drummer and nearly 15 into their platinum-lined career...
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The Los Angeles label's founders talk about their first 10 years.