Two first time finalists compete for the honor of Red Mosquito March Madness 2015 champion. Make your voice heard!
Do the Evolution vs. Last Exit
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Public ticket on sale information will be released by territory. You can find the full list of dates here.11.04.2015: Estadio Nacional in Santiago, Chile11.07.2015: TBD11.11.2015: Arena do Gremio in Porto Alegre, Brazil11.14.2015: Estadio do Morumbi in Sao Paulo, Brazil11.17.2015: Estadio Nacional Mane Garrincha in Brasilia, Brazil11.20.2015: Estadio Mineirao in Belo Horizonte, Brazil11.22.2015: Estadio Maracana in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil11.25.2015: TBD11.28.2015: Foro Sol Stadium in Mexico City, Mexico
LP 1 & 2, dubbed “ORIGINALS,” is filled with Soundgarden-written songs, mainly B-sides along with some soundtrack and compilation selections in addition to two unreleased songs on vinyl which go back as far as “Sub Pop Rock City,” originally included as part of the 1988 compilation, Sub Pop 200. The two unreleased tracks are “Kristi,” a 1996 outtake from the Down on the Upside sessions which is reportedly drummer Matt Cameron’s favorite Soundgarden song, and “Storm,” a brand-new track recorded in early 2014.
LP 3 & 4, “COVERS,” offers a stellar showcase of songs from bands who Soundgarden love and admire, from classic rockers The Beatles, the Rolling Stones, The Doors, Black Sabbath, Jimi Hendrix and Sly & the Family Stone to punk pioneers The Stooges, the Ramones, Fear and DEVO. Showing their sense of humor, Soundgarden also cover songs by Spinal Tap and Cheech & Chong. The two unreleased tracks include the Beatles’ “Everybody’s Got Something to Hide…” and the Sly Stone track “Thank You…”, both of which were originally recorded for a BBC Radio 1 John Peel session in 1989.
LP 5 & 6, “ODDITIES,” offer a wide-ranging combination of instrumentals, remixes and demos. The unreleased tracks on vinyl include “Twin Tower,” penned by Matt Cameron, which was originally recorded at Seattle’s London Bridge studio in December 1988 during the sessions for Louder Than Love. “Night Surf” is an instrumental performed by bassist Ben Shepherd which the band used to open their 1994 tour in conjunction with an introductory film which screened before they took the stage. Steve Fisk’s new remix of “The Telephantasm (Resurrection Remix),” a song originally released for 2011 Record Store Day, has also never been available on vinyl before.
7" single of the fictional band Citizen Dick from the Cameron Crowe film "Singles" featuring members of Pearl Jam. Side A is the "Touch Me I'm Dick" and side B features an etching of a quote about the song from Matt Dillon's character Cliff Poncier, lead singer of Citizen Dick
I'm not 25 anymore, and I don't really need to be out on the road as much as I have in the past. I definitely want to be home a lot more with my family ... I've got kids. And that's part of the equation too. I certainly don't want to trip anyone up. If it ever gets to that state, then we just have to sort of figure it out at that point. But so far it's been working out great. We're all been friends, and we've all been in bands for a long time. We all know that's the reality of our job at this point.
If there's a piece of music that has a little bit of a harder edge, I might thing that Soundgarden might like that, but there are other occasions where I bring in a piece of music that has a pretty hard edge to it and the Pearl Jam guys really like it too. I don't really try to differentiate what goes where. I just try to keep writing as much as I can, and try to present the guys with the best stuff that I'm coming up with at that given time. Pearl Jam likes to include one of my songs just to give it a different flavor, but as with Soundgarden I think my music sort of fits the overall sound of the band, but that's just because I've been doing it a little bit longer.
Ah man! We coulda killed that song!Sorry, Kim!