Soundgarden's "BadMotorFinger" was an album which found commercial success with the singles "Outshined" and "Rusty Cage." Fueled by the Seattle grunge movement of the early 90's, the album found praise with fans and critics alike for it's fresh sound, creative approach, and adjustments to the band's lineup.
The album was also met with controversy due to its lyrical content and MTV banning the band's music video, "Jesus Christ Pose." The band also received numerous threats while on the road in support of the album.
Regareless, mainstream success followed Soundgarden and they would receive a Grammy nod for Best Metal Performance in 1992. Two years later, they would win that category along with Best Hard Rock Performance for the singles "Spoonman" and "Black Hole Sun."