Guitar Legends journeys back through the Nineties, a decade full of outrageous stories and legendary artists, like Soundgarden, Radiohead, Pearl Jam and many others! Guitar Legends: The Big 90's highlights the decade's 20 most important albums and its most pivotal bands, including the legends that defined the grunge generation. Plus, the issue features three transcribed songs, with bass lines: "When I Come Around" by Green Day, "Rooster" by Alice in Chains and "Paranoid Android" by Radiohead.
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The issue includes:
The Roaring 20: The albums of the Nineties that mattered most.
Smashing Pumpkins: Frontman Billy Corgan reflects on Gish and Siamese Dream.
Soundgarden: Chris Cornell gives an inside look at the group's glory days.
Sonic Youth: Lee Ranaldo and Thurston Moore go inside the tunings and harmonic experimentation that made them the godfathers of alternative guitar.
Rage Against the Machine: Tom Morello talks about the techniques and influences that made him the decade's most innovative guitarist.
Pearl Jam: Created from the depths of despair, Ten was Pearl Jam's bold and defiant 1991 debut. For guitarists Mike McCready and Jeff Ament, it was also a second chance at success.
Jane's Addiction: How their groundbreaking fusion of heavy metal and art-rock spawned the alternative revolution.
Nirvana: The story behind the grunge giants and Nevermind, the high-water mark of the alternative-rock era that was released 20 years ago.
Radiohead: Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood and Ed O''Brien look at the history of Radiohead and their classic Nineties albums: Pablo Honey, The Bends and OK Computer.
Alice in Chains: In this historic 1999 interview, guitarist Jerry Cantrell and drummer Sean Kinney reflect on the grunge group's life and hard times.
Green Day: Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tré Cool tell how they went from traveling in a van and sleeping on floors to selling millions of records and becoming international superstars.