Sixteen Stone (2014 Remastered)

Sixteen Stone (2014 Remastered)

Spearheaded by the fuzzed-soaked guitars and skyscraping hooks of “Comedown,” “Machinehead," and “Glycerine,” Bush’s debut stood out among the grunge crossovers that flooded the airwaves in the mid-'90s. Overseen by the crack production duo of Alan Winstanley and Clive Langer (who also shaped huge albums by Dexy’s Midnight Runners, Elvis Costello, and They Might Be Giants), Sixteen Stone was London’s answer to Seattle’s underground boom. The gale-force thrash of guitarist Nigel Pulsford—which is particularly furious on deep cuts like “Little Things” and “Testosterone”—adds snarling intensity to singer Gavin Rossdale’s pensive wail.

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