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Old 01-08-2010, 07:09 AM   #31
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what better way to feel better about yourself after releasing a god-awful solo album than to reunite with the band!
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Old 01-09-2010, 09:25 PM   #32
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I wonder someone will approach dave grohl about ever fully embracing a nirvana nostalga . Playing songs he hasn't ever since 1994. he proly won't ever, and dosn't need to by any stretch of the imgination. But someone could always ask.
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But someone could always ask.
He probably gets asked to on a weekly basis...
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Old 01-11-2010, 12:41 PM   #34
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Daily I'd guess. He's done an amazing job of making a completely new career. Foo Fighters are probably my favorite no-nonsense rock band.
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Old 01-20-2010, 09:01 PM   #35
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I guess it's cool. I am afraid if they record new material it will suck ass though.
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If you're in Seattle, try and catch "Nudedragons" tonight at the Showbox:

http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/0F...&minorcatid=60
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Old 04-16-2010, 12:37 PM   #38
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Grunge is such a cliched term, especially since none of the 4 big Seattle bands sounded alike. They all came from different musical backgrounds. Precisely that was one of the strongest points of the Seattle music scene.
the only thing they had in common was a dislike of hair spray and a lot of flannel shirts (oh, and a lot of swapping band members, but that's besides the point).


there was no "grunge" sound, other than the sound of record companies pumping up bands who copied the originals.
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I think bands like the Melvins and Mudhoney were really "Grunge". Some Soundgarden maybe. But mostly, that whole scene was just punk/alt stuff. Not really unique or groundbreaking for the most part. Just good, solid rock.

I tried and tried to get into Soundgarden, but I never could for some reason. Though i do think Cornell is some kinda genius.
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i loved cornell's voice but could never get into soundgarden... conversly i loved tom morello but could never get into rage... needless to say i enjoyed the short run of audioslave.
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Old 04-17-2010, 09:25 AM   #41
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And this was the setlist for last night's Showbox show:

1. Spoonman
2. Gun
3. Searching With My Good Eye Closed
4. Rusty Cage
5. Beyond the Wheel
6. Flower
7. Ugly Truth
8. Fell on Black Days
9. Hunted Down
10.Nothing to Say
11.Loud Love
12.Blow Up the Outside World
13.Pretty Noose
14.Outshined
15.Slaves and Bulldozers

Encore:

16.Get on the Snake
17.Big Dumb Sex
18.Waiting For the Sun (The Doors)

Love that set! Can't believe that 9 songs are from the pre-Badmotorfinger days, including Beyond the Wheel, which is something I simply cannot imagine Cornell singing now these days. And no Black Hole Sun, heh. Can't say I'm bumped about that...

Supposedly Cornell nailed the vocals. I'll believe it when I hear it.

And Part of Me wasn't in the set. Bummer.
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WOW. That setlist was not what I would have been expecting. Love that they start off with one of their biggest hits then proceeded to play a bunch of older/heavy stuff. This makes me want to dust off my (cassette!) copy of Louder Than Love.
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I'm not a Soundgarden fan, but that's pretty cool. I was just at the Showbox on Thursday night to see Florence & the Machine. I like that venue.
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And Part of Me wasn't in the set. Bummer.
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Cori - how many people does that venue hold?

There is a little bit of audio here

BLABBERMOUTH.NET - SOUNDGARDEN's First Reunion Show In Seattle: Audio Available

I saw there were two clips on You Tube the yesterday, each about 15-20 seconds, and poor quality. The guy didn't want to get busted, and tried to get a little something. Supposedly no cameras or phones allowed in.
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