As the Seattle music scene of the late 80’s early 90s moved from a backwater underground phenomenon to a major label ca$hing in that it labeled the thick and sludgy title of *Grunge*, a bunch of pre-mainstream albums were created in the unadulterated music scene known as Seattle rock. You know, local music. Two of them were Soundgarden’s Screaming Life and Fopp EPs, both classics in their own right. They’re being reissued next week and are being streamed as a full album stream, courtesy of SPIN.
The difference this time around is a) remastering by original producer Jack Endino, b) will be on vinyl for the first time since the original pressing in the 80s, and will c) be offered digitally.
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