SOUNDGARDEN 20th Anniversary

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SOUNDGARDEN 20th Anniversary

Postby Prey » Mon Feb 24, 2014 5:24 pm


Twenty years since Superunkown :shock:

This year, the band celebrates the 20th anniversary of this groundbreaking album with a special reissue in two deluxe versions outlined below and available on June 3, 2014 via A&M Records/UME. The Deluxe Edition is a 2-CD package featuring the remastered album along with disc two consisting of demos, rehearsals, B-sides and more. The Super Deluxe Edition is a 5-CD package featuring the remastered album, additional demos, rehearsals and B-sides and the fifth disc is the album mixed in Blu-ray ™ Audio 5.1 Surround Sound. The Super Deluxe Edition is incredibly packaged in a hardbound book with a lenticular cover, liner notes by David Fricke and newly reimagined album artwork designed by Josh Graham. It also features never before seen band photography by Kevin Westerberg. A 2-LP gatefold of the original 16 vinyl tracks remastered on 200-gram vinyl in a gatefold jacket will also be made available. In addition, the Superunknown singles and associated b-sides with newly interpreted artwork sleeves by Josh Graham will be reissued on Record Store Day, April 19th, as a set of five limited edition 10″ vinyl records.

The Day I Tried To Live (Rehearsal) ... al/s-lR0kZ

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Re: SOUNDGARDEN 20th Anniversary

Postby Hyssy » Wed Mar 19, 2014 5:44 pm

They performed the whole set at the SXSW iTunes festival thinger. If you go to the store in iTunes, there's a link to watch it, among a few other gigs.

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Re: SOUNDGARDEN 20th Anniversary

Postby Rossell » Tue Feb 28, 2017 12:52 pm

Bumping this thread because Soundgarden are touring the US April/May time. Also the word is new album is slowly approaching.

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