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  1. I would've tried to enlist someone from AIC just to round things out, but it's a cool enough idea. https://www.iheart.c...ly Alternative Sampling the first couple tracks. Track one is an acoustic ballad, which I guess makes some amount of sense given this is Cameron and Thayil's first album together since Chris Cornell passed away, to kind of give that tragedy some breathing room. Track 2 is pretty groovy 90s alt rock, with very good sounding guitars from what I can tell on my laptop speakers.
  2. the big four thrash albums take on the big four grunge albums, excuse me if I have them a little off in your opinion, but from my understanding these are THE BIG FOUR of each.
  3. These bands from what I can tell had kind of similar career trajectories over the course of their first few albums, not to mention being from about the same time frame in rock history. PJ always struck me as more of a bluesy classic rocking band than a "grunge" alternative outfit anyway, despite the punk influences.
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