Yeah, because that’s what we all want: The same 17 Soundgarden songs we’ve been listening to for fucking 15 years now…only live and in concert and recorded back in 1996. Whoopie-fucking-do.
Come on, Soundgarden! That’s the best you can do? No studio album? No new songs on this live record? OK, so you did a couple of covers like The Stooges’ “Search and Destroy” and the Beatles’ “Helter Skelter” — but we want new music from Soundgarden. We’ve heard these songs over and over again. We heard them all last year on that best-of you released. It’s time to start writing, dudes.
Soundgarden’s live record is called Live On I5 and drops March 22. “We had always intended to release this as a live record and now it’s time to unleash the fury!,” the band noted. Fucking make a new record already, guys!
The live effort will contain 17 songs, including “Spoonman,” “Head Down,” “Outshined,” “Rusty Cage,” “Burden In My Hand,” “Fell On Black Days,” and “Ty Cobb.” I wonder if they’ll tour on this live record. In fact, hold on to the live album and just tour. Thanks.
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