Kendrickmusicfreak’s Top 10 Sub Pop Records

For the first decade or so of its existence as a full-time record label, it seemed that Seattle’s Sub Pop Records was going to be synonymous with grunge. Sub Pop were key chroniclers of the fertile Seattle scene in the late-’80s and early-’90s, and were an early breeding ground for Soundgarden and Nirvana. After a decade living down grunge hype, a funny thing happened in the ’00s: Sub Pop going from faded alt-rock stalwarts to insanely-successful enterprise. It’s been a long and varied story over the label’s 20+ years on the job, but the music has been routinely awesome.

(Note I had to do 11 records)

Mudhoney ‘Superfuzz Bigmuff Plus Early Singles’ (1990)

Eric’s Trip ‘Love Tara’ (1993)

Sebadoh ‘Bakesale’ (1994)

Saint Etienne ‘Good Humor’ (1998)

The Shins ‘Oh, Inverted World’ (2001)

.The Postal Service ‘Give Up’ (2003)

Wolf Parade ‘Apologies to the Queen Mary’ (2005)

The Spinanes- Manos (1993)

The Grifters- Ain’t My Lookout (1996)

Looper- The Geometrid (2000)

Damien Jurado- Ghost of David (2000)

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