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Old 10-11-2012, 02:09 PM   #1
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Soundgarden : King Animal

track list of the deluxe edition :

1. Been Away Too Long
2. Non-State Actor
3. By Crooked Steps
4. A Thousand Days Before
5. Blood On The Valley Floor
6. Bones Of Birds Album Version
7. Taree Album Version
8. Attrition
9. Black Saturday
10. Halfway There
11. Worse Dreams
12. Eyelid's Mouth
13. Rowing
14. Worse Dreams (Demo)
15. Black Saturday (Demo)
16. By Crooked Steps (Demo)

(November 13, 2012)

(sorry if thread(s) about this already exist ... sure this album deserves them all)


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Old 10-11-2012, 09:17 PM   #2
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Soundgarden being one of my favourite bands, and after a very long 16 year hiatus, I'm really looking forward to this release. Love the album art btw!
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They play the first song a lot on Octane (SiriusXM) and it seemed to climb the countdown quickly. I'm intrigued, but I'll wait to hear from someone here before I pick it up.
Sounds pretty good!
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Has anyone got this yet? I got it today and it was well worth the wait. Excellent album!
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Has anyone got this yet? I got it today and it was well worth the wait. Excellent album!
yes. it fu***g rocks. it really does. worth the wait indeed! and the reviews are excellent. not that it matters...

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Old 11-17-2012, 01:00 AM   #6
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Picked this up on its release date, excellent record. My early favorites are Blood on the Valley Floor, Bones of Birds, and Black Saturday.
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Going to see them on Saturday, will be the fourth time seeing Soundgarden. Seen them in 1994, 1996, 2011 and now 2013. We're going to line up early and try and rail it, which sucks because it's freaking freezing out there right now, currently -12C/10F, feels like -16C/3F. Going to get a pair of longjohns after work today and some pocket warmers.

41 different songs through the first four shows, and between 25~29 songs per night? Looks like a great time to see them, and it's all small club too. Saturday's venue fits 3,000 people.

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Going to see them on Saturday, will be the fourth time seeing Soundgarden. Seen them in 1994, 1996, 2011 and now 2013. We're going to line up early and try and rail it, which sucks because it's freaking freezing out there right now, currently -12C/10F, feels like -16C/3F. Going to get a pair of longjohns after work today and some pocket warmers.

41 different songs through the first four shows, and between 25~29 songs per night? Looks like a great time to see them, and it's all small club too. Saturday's venue fits 3,000 people.

Enjoy, should be a blast! I am still waiting on the elusive Soundgarden & Pearl Jam double bill. Have read rumours it could happen late this year... Would love to hear some old Temple of the Dog stuff.



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That would be.... insane.
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Enjoy, should be a blast! I am still waiting on the elusive Soundgarden & Pearl Jam double bill. Have read rumours it could happen late this year... Would love to hear some old Temple of the Dog stuff.
They got a great dose of Temple of the Dog stuff at Alpine last year on the PJ20 festival, really wish I had gone to that one but had no idea.

1st night's 2nd encore included:
Stardog Champion (Mother Love Bone)
Say Hello 2 Heaven
Reach Down
Hunger Strike

2nd night's 2nd encode included:
Hunger Strike
Call Me a Dog
All Night Thing
Reach Down

All tracks with Chris Cornell. Freaking sweet. Surprised they didn't do Pushing Forward Back though as a) it's a KILLER track and b) it's one of the other tracks Eddie sings back-up on the album to.

I watched a recent interview where Matt Cameron said he wouldn't be able to do a double bill and he plans to keep both separate, I think it was during this interview in Toronto on 102.1 The Edge -
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Temple of the Dog is an excellent album both lyrically and musically. IMO 'Say Hello 2 Heaven' is one of the greatest songs ever written.
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Temple of the Dog is an excellent album both lyrically and musically. IMO 'Say Hello 2 Heaven' is one of the greatest songs ever written.
Agreed, but my favorite is Four Walled World
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They got a great dose of Temple of the Dog stuff at Alpine last year on the PJ20 festival, really wish I had gone to that one but had no idea.

1st night's 2nd encore included:
Stardog Champion (Mother Love Bone)
Say Hello 2 Heaven
Reach Down
Hunger Strike

2nd night's 2nd encode included:
Hunger Strike
Call Me a Dog
All Night Thing
Reach Down

All tracks with Chris Cornell. Freaking sweet. Surprised they didn't do Pushing Forward Back though as a) it's a KILLER track and b) it's one of the other tracks Eddie sings back-up on the album to.

I watched a recent interview where Matt Cameron said he wouldn't be able to do a double bill and he plans to keep both separate, I think it was during this interview in Toronto on 102.1 The Edge -
Ya I guess it would be a bit much to expect Matt to drum upwards of 4 hours a night for a whole tour... Maybe a one of show. Damn seems so much more unlikely now... Do you know of any decent recordings of that set list from above?



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Soundgarden on Saturday night was insanely good, holy crap are these guys cooking right now and Cornell's voice is just spot on.

We lined up 2 hours before doors, it was a bit cold but not as bad as a few days before and we had longjohns, toe warmers in our shoes and hand warmers in our gloves. We managed to rail it dead front and centre right in front of Cornell's mic. Here are two pics of the view we had:

Thayil:

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Ya I guess it would be a bit much to expect Matt to drum upwards of 4 hours a night for a whole tour... Maybe a one of show. Damn seems so much more unlikely now... Do you know of any decent recordings of that set list from above?
Can't find any, the audience recoding torrents on http://www.jam-river.com both have zero seeders.

They've put out official boots of the few shows directly after this but not these two. Maybe they're going to do a Blu-ray?
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^ Can't get much closer than that, glad you guys had a good night. Will have to catch Soundgarden the next time they are in Toronto which might be awhile as they just played, tickets sold out real fast though.



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^ Can't get much closer than that, glad you guys had a good night. Will have to catch Soundgarden the next time they are in Toronto which might be awhile as they just played, tickets sold out real fast though.
Yep, it was the second night I was at on Saturday night. Very glad it warmed up ever-so-slightly on Saturday and there was little to no wind to speak of, because the front door of Sound Academy the wind just drills that area coming right off the lake.

I had tickets to both Sound Academy shows but sold my Friday pair in advance of shows starting because I didn't want to get stuck with them and see a very similar show twice. Well, they played 10 songs on the Friday night they didn't play on Saturday and 11 songs on Saturday that weren't played on Friday. Add in the 18 songs that they played on both nights and I would have seen 39 different songs in just those two shows. Bummer!!

Couldn't really afford to go to both nights anyway.

Bones of Birds is one of my fave tunes off the new album, they played it for the first time this tour the very next night. I'm not complaining though, I got a killer show and the sound was awesome. Would have liked to seen the Phoenix show in November in an even tinier club, but can't complain about getting on the rail. Absolutely awesome.

I've seen them four times now:

1) Aug.06.1994 - Molson Park, Barrie, ON
2) Jul.05.1996 - Molson Park, Barrie, ON
3) Jul.02.2011 - Molson Amphitheatre, Toronto, ON
4) Jan.26.2013 - Sound Academy, Toronto, ON

The most recent show was easily the best.
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I am trying to figure out how to get a last minute StubHub ticket for the Portland show on February 6th.
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Yep, it was the second night I was at on Saturday night. Very glad it warmed up ever-so-slightly on Saturday and there was little to no wind to speak of, because the front door of Sound Academy the wind just drills that area coming right off the lake.

I had tickets to both Sound Academy shows but sold my Friday pair in advance of shows starting because I didn't want to get stuck with them and see a very similar show twice. Well, they played 10 songs on the Friday night they didn't play on Saturday and 11 songs on Saturday that weren't played on Friday. Add in the 18 songs that they played on both nights and I would have seen 39 different songs in just those two shows. Bummer!!

Couldn't really afford to go to both nights anyway.

Bones of Birds is one of my fave tunes off the new album, they played it for the first time this tour the very next night. I'm not complaining though, I got a killer show and the sound was awesome. Would have liked to seen the Phoenix show in November in an even tinier club, but can't complain about getting on the rail. Absolutely awesome.

I've seen them four times now:

1) Aug.06.1994 - Molson Park, Barrie, ON
2) Jul.05.1996 - Molson Park, Barrie, ON
3) Jul.02.2011 - Molson Amphitheatre, Toronto, ON
4) Jan.26.2013 - Sound Academy, Toronto, ON

The most recent show was easily the best.
Oh awesome, I didn't realize you were from the area. Sound Academy is one of my favourite places to go for a concert, the acoustics in that place are top notch and I like the intimate feel to it (plus the 19+ bar area is right next to the stage). I am sure you saw the better show compared to the Phoenix, can't stand the sound in that place; no separation and everything sounds muddled.



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Got tickets for Portland. Seeing them tonight!!
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how was the show -- they coming to Finland next September ... must-go !!!

edit : anyone who has seen them live lately -- please share ...

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