A.M. Radio: 5 Grunge Era Rock Classics

Start your morning by revisiting grunge’s early ‘90s golden era.

Temple of the Dog—“Hunger Strike”
Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell and Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder trade vocals on the first single from Temple of the Dog’s only album release.

Alice In Chains—“Would?”
This song was the first cut on the Singles movie soundtrack, and the last on their Dirt album.

Smashing Pumpkins—“Today”
Led by Billy Corgan, the Smashing Pumpkins broke into the mainstream thanks to this huge second single off their album Siamese Dream.

Stone Temple Pilots—“Plush”
STP’s second single off their debut album Core put them on the map.

Nirvana—“Heart-Shaped Box”
“Heart-Shaped Box” was the first single off Nirvana’s third and final album In Utero.