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Soundgarden To Release First-Ever Live Album ‘Live on I5’
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The reunited Soundgarden announced today the release of their first-ever live album, titled Live on I5, which will be released March 22, 2011.

The album will contain 17 live tracks recorded during the west coast leg of the band’s 1996 tour. The band states that they had always intended to release the recordings as an album. Pre-order details are still to come.

See here below the album’s full track listing, which includes the date and venue information for where each song was recorded.

Track Listing

1. Spoonman
2. Searching With My Good Eye Closed
3. Let Me Drown
Tracks 1-3: Recorded live at Crosby Hall, Del Mar Fairgrounds, Del Mar, CA – November 30, 1996
4. Head Down
Recorded live at Mercer Arena, Seattle, WA – December 18, 1996
5. Outshined
Recorded live at Crosby Hall, Del Mar Fairgrounds, Del Mar, CA – November 30, 1996
6. Rusty Cage
Recorded live at Pacific National Exhibition Forum, Vancouver, BC, Canada – December 7, 1996
7. Burden In My Hand
Recorded live at Salem Armory, Salem, OR – December 8, 1996
8. Helter Skelter
9. Boot Camp
Tracks 8 and 9: Recorded live at Crosby Hall, Del Mar Fairgrounds, Del Mar, CA – November 30, 1996
10. Nothing To Say
Recorded live at Mercer Arena, Seattle, WA – December 18, 1996
11. Slaves And Bulldozers
12. Dusty
13. Fell On Black Days
Tracks 11-13: Recorded live at Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, Oakland, CA – December 5, 1996
14. Search And Destroy
Recorded live at Mercer Arena, Seattle, WA – December 18, 1996
15. Ty Cobb
Recorded live at Crosby Hall, Del Mar Fairgrounds, Del Mar, CA – November 30, 1996
16. Black Hole Sun
Recorded live at Mercer Arena, Seattle, WA – December 17, 1996
17. Jesus Christ Pose
Recorded live at Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, Oakland, CA – December 5, 1996

It’s interesting that Soundgarden decided to go with songs recorded at the end of 1996, considering that at that time tensions were high amongst the band members and the group was only months away from their split, which lasted from April 1997 until their recent reunion announcement on January 1, 2010. There are songs I wish had made it onto this live album, like “Blow Up The Outside World,” “Superunknown,” “Pretty Noose,” and “My Wave,” but I still think this is a great set list, so I’m really looking forward to hearing this album.

What do you think of the track listing?

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