Label: A&M Records - B0014547-02 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Grunge
Telephantasm is a compilation album by the American rock band Soundgarden. The album was certified platinum by RIAA after its first day of retail availability based on the one million discs that were included in packages for the video game Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock. The career-spanning retrospective album includes an unreleased track, " Black Rain ", taken from the Badmotorfinger recording sessions. In late August"Black Rain" reached No. Billboard Hot Kim Thayil explained the title Telephantasm as "an illusion at a distance, or a ghost from afar.
Which I think would be an appropriate reference to what we have here — a retrospective of a band that had been Black Hole Sun - Soundgarden - Telephantasm for thirteen years. The 1-CD version of the album is featured in the Psych Ward - Mental Patients LP video game Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rockwith "Black Rain" available on the disc, and the remaining eleven tracks available as downloadable content alongside release of the game.
The album features artwork by Josh Graham, who handles the visual arts for Neurosisas well as artwork for other artists. All songs written and composed by Chris Cornellexcept where noted. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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