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Soundgarden Go Vintage to Release First-Ever Live Album

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Recently-reunited grunge rockers Soundgarden did well with last year’s Telephantasm compilation, which shipped platinum thanks to being included with every copy of the latest Guitar Hero game. Now, the band is going back to the vaults to release their first live album.

Live on I-5 consists of 17 performances taken from the band’s final tour, in support of 1996’s Down on the Upside. (True to its name, all the performances were taken from venues along the West Coast, near the band’s native Seattle.) Happily, the track list (available, as always, after the jump) looks to devote equal attention to hits and lesser-known album cuts, not to mention covers of The Beatles and The Stooges.

The disc comes out on March 22 and can be ordered here.

Soundgarden, Live on I-5 (A&M, 2011)

  1. Spoonman
  2. Searching With My Good Eye Closed
  3. Let Me Drown
  4. Head Down
  5. Outshined
  6. Rusty Cage
  7. Burden in My Hand
  8. Helter Skelter
  9. Boot Camp
  10. Nothing to Say
  11. Slaves and Bulldozers
  12. Dusty
  13. Fell on Black Days
  14. Search and Destroy
  15. Ty Cobb
  16. Black Hole Sun
  17. Jesus Christ Pose

Tracks 1-3, 5, 8-9 and 15 recorded live at Crosby Hall, Del Mar Fairgrounds, Del Mar, CA – 11/30/1996
Tracks 4, 10, 14 and 16 recorded live at Mercer Arena, Seattle, WA – 12/18/1996
Track 6 recorded live at Pacific National Exhibition Forum, Vancouver, BC, Canada – 12/7/1996
Track 7 recorded live at Salem Armory, Salem, OR – 12/8/1996
Tracks 11-13 and 17 recorded live at Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, Oakland, CA – 12/5/1996

Written by Mike Duquette

January 17, 2011 at 11:54

Posted in News, Soundgarden

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