2023 NEW Soundgarden (Badmotorfinger) Funko Pop! Album
Behold, the Funko Pop! Albums: Soundgarden (Badmotorfinger) Funko Pop! Album Vinyl Figures a one-of-a-kind collector’s item that brings together the larger-than-life personalities of Chris Cornell, Kim Thayil, Ben Shepherd, and Matt Cameron in a delightful display of miniature proportions. It’s a celebration of the band’s eccentricities and a tribute to their indelible impact on the grunge scene.
The pop figure is now available for pre-order at the links below – click to jump or scroll to continue reading!
Imagine Chris Cornell, the enigmatic frontman, with his flowing locks and unmistakable wail, encapsulated in a little Pop! figurine, standing tall alongside his bandmates.
Kim Thayil, the mad scientist of guitar riffs, lends his own brand of offbeat charm to the collection, his Funko Pop! likeness complete with that signature goatee.
Don’t forget Ben Shepherd, the creative powerhouse whose arrival heralded a new era for Soundgarden.
His Funko Pop! character exudes the same cool confidence and musical prowess that propelled the band to new heights.
Rounding out the ensemble is Matt Cameron, the steady backbone of Soundgarden’s rhythm section, whose Pop! figurine captures the essence of a drummer who can hold down the fort while simultaneously exploring uncharted territories.
These character-driven Funko Pops! pay homage to the unique qualities that each member brought to the Soundgarden experience.
It’s as if a perplexity ray has zapped the band members themselves. Instead, their burstiness is immortalized in the form of quirky, pint-sized figures.
With a wink and a nod to their larger-than-life personas, the Soundgarden “Badmotorfinger” Funko Pop! Album captures the spirit of an era of bold, daring, and unapologetically original music.
Soundgarden (Badmotorfinger) Funko Pop! Album is now available for pre-order at the links below (click to jump!) It’s expected to be released on July 2023.
It’s 1991, and the music world is ablaze with iconic albums like Nirvana’s “Nevermind” and Pearl Jam’s “Ten.”
But amidst the grunge frenzy, there’s a hidden gem that doesn’t get the recognition it deserves.
Enter Soundgarden’s “Badmotorfinger,” an artistic and experimental tour de force that took the Seattle scene by storm.
When you think of ’90s grunge, names like Kurt Cobain and Eddie Vedder likely come to mind.
But have you ever stopped to consider the genius of Chris Cornell and his band of musical mavericks?
With the addition of bassist Ben Shepherd, Soundgarden entered a new era of creativity, pushing boundaries and crafting a sound that was uniquely their own.
Producer Terry Date’s continued collaboration with the band helped them find the sweet spot between their earlier metal influences and a more cerebral, experimental approach.
If the idea of the Beatles’ “White Album” crashing headlong into a wall of heavy metal sounds intriguing, then “Badmotorfinger” is the album for you.
Guitarist Kim Thayill’s tongue-in-cheek description captures the essence of this record, which defies genre expectations and offers a fresh take on the grunge sound.
From intricate time signatures and unconventional tunings to including trumpets and saxophones, Soundgarden didn’t shy away from taking risks and pushing the envelope.
When it comes to standout tracks, “Badmotorfinger” doesn’t disappoint.
From the intense, sludgy riffs of “Rusty Cage” to the atmospheric masterpiece “Room a Thousand Years Wide,” there’s a wealth of sonic treasures to uncover.
Other highlights include the politically charged “New Damage,” the dynamic “Jesus Christ Pose,” and the haunting “Slaves & Bulldozers.”
Each track showcases the band’s exceptional musicianship and their ability to create music that stands the test of time.
In a world where “Nevermind” reigns supreme, it’s time for “Badmotorfinger” to take its rightful place in the pantheon of ’90s rock classics.
Sure, it might not have been the biggest commercial success, but its impact on the grunge scene and its enduring influence on modern music cannot be underestimated.
With a mix of psychedelia, metal, pop, and experimentation, Soundgarden proved they were a force to be reckoned with, leaving an indelible mark on the musical landscape.
So, next time you’re waxing nostalgic about the glory days of grunge, why not give “Badmotorfinger” a spin?
This underrated masterpiece is a testament to Soundgarden’s boundless creativity and a love letter to those who dare to defy convention.
As we celebrate the indelible mark that Soundgarden’s “Badmotorfinger” has left on the music world, it’s only fitting that we pay tribute to its legacy with a collectible that’s as quirky and creative as the album itself.
Enter the Soundgarden “Badmotorfinger” Funko Pop! Album, a delightful little homage that perfectly captures the spirit of this grunge masterpiece.
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