Loudest Love

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Loudest Love
EP by Soundgarden
Released October 1990
Recorded December 1988 and April 1990 in Seattle, Washington
Genre Grunge
Length 35:49
Language English
Label A&M
Producer Terry Date, Jack Endino, Soundgarden
Soundgarden EPs chronology
Fopp
(1988)
Loudest Love
(1990)
Songs from the Superunknown
(1995)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Loudest Love is an EP by the American rock band Soundgarden. It was released in October 1990 through A&M Records.

Overview[edit]

The EP was first released in Japan, and later released in the United States. The track listing is the same as that for the "Loud Love" single, but with the addition of "Hands All Over", "Heretic" and "Come Together". Allmusic staff writer Greg Prato gave the EP three out of five stars. He said, "The Loudest Love compilation is quite a find for hardcore fans of Soundgarden, but if you're a newcomer, start off with their 1997 best-of collection, A-Sides, or one of their official albums."[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Loud Love" (Chris Cornell) – 5:26
  2. "Hands All Over" (Cornell, Kim Thayil) – 6:00
  3. "Get on the Snake" (Cornell, Thayil) – 3:44
  4. "Heretic" (Thayil, Hiro Yamamoto) – 3:48
    • Originally from the Deep Six compilation. However, the version on this EP is the re-recorded version from the "Hands All Over" single with Matt Cameron rather than Scott Sundquist on drums, it also appeared on the Pump Up the Volume soundtrack.
  5. "Come Together" (John Lennon, Paul McCartney) – 5:52
    • Originally from the "Hands All Over" single. A cover of The Beatles song, originally written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. It features Soundgarden's producer Jack Endino on backing vocals.
  6. "Fresh Deadly Roses" (Cornell) – 4:53
  7. "Big Dumb Sex" (dub version) (Cornell) – 6:06
    • Originally from the "Loud Love" single. The version of the song is a remix by Steve Fisk.

Personnel[edit]

Soundgarden
Production

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Prato, Greg. "allmusic ((( Loudest Love > Review )))". Allmusic. Retrieved May 20, 2009.