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junglelogik
02-03-2008, 07:50 AM
Temple of the dog..... discuss

M Sparks
02-03-2008, 08:04 AM
I think they played one show...ever.

I used to live within sight of a Purina plant...my roommate called it The Temple Of The Dog.

menikmati
02-03-2008, 09:57 AM
No.

JustSteve
02-03-2008, 09:59 AM
i'm growing hungraaaaay

junglelogik
02-03-2008, 10:09 AM
Tacoma world theater June 15 91

Temple of the dog
Tad
Gas huffer
rhino humpers

tacoma wa.

i was 13

I can see why the havent reunite because of A.Wood but they can turn it into a charity thing like pearl jam is so fond of.

It would be bad ass

bludevil007
02-03-2008, 10:19 AM
on a related note, there's a pearl jam bootleg out there where they played hunger strike - they didnt complete the song - i think it was an intro to daughter, or another one of the songs that they play extended versions of. Either way, he starts off by saying, "dont tell anyone we did this". I mean, temple of the dog is basically pearl jam with chris cornell as lead singer and eddie singing occasional backup vocals. pearl jam is one of my favorite bands of all time, and i like TOTD fine, but if i had my choice, it would be Pearl Jam as the add, with cornell (who by the way, is a total douche) appearing midway through footsteps in the encore to fill in the lyrics to "Times of Trouble" by TOTD (same melody, for those who dont know). Then they'd follow up with pushin forward back, hunger strike, and end the night with say hello to heaven and yellow ledbetter.

More on TOTD from Wiki:
At a Pearl Jam show on October 28, 2003, Chris Cornell joined them on-stage effectively re-uniting the band (Matt Cameron had been the drummer of Pearl Jam since 1998) for renditions of "Hunger Strike" and "Reach Down".[15] The version of "Reach Down" recorded that night later appeared on Pearl Jam's annual Ten Club Christmas Single that year. Pearl Jam has also been known to perform "Hunger Strike" live without Cornell on rare occasions.[16][17]

F00FIGHTER20
02-03-2008, 10:20 AM
it would be cool.... but they would never put Temple of the Dog on the lineup......It would be Pearl Jam w/ Chris Cornell.

smoke
02-03-2008, 10:22 AM
yea it would be pretty cool, i'd watch. i'd take pearl jam too tho.

el chango
02-03-2008, 10:28 AM
More on TOTD from Wiki:
At a Pearl Jam show on October 28, 2003, Chris Cornell joined them on-stage effectively re-uniting the band (Matt Cameron had been the drummer of Pearl Jam since 1998) for renditions of "Hunger Strike" and "Reach Down".[15] The version of "Reach Down" recorded that night later appeared on Pearl Jam's annual Ten Club Christmas Single that year. Pearl Jam has also been known to perform "Hunger Strike" live without Cornell on rare occasions.[16][17]

Rare ocassions? didn't they performed Hunger Strike lots of times when they toured with Sleater-Kinney?, Eddie even got Corin Tucker to sing with him, I saw them play that song 3 shows in a row...

krk67
02-03-2008, 02:47 PM
Rhino Humpers....that brings back Barenjager soaked memories.

nalfsen
02-03-2008, 03:16 PM
Gas Huffer was a pretty good band.

psychic friend
02-03-2008, 03:19 PM
vomit

Memorial_07
02-03-2008, 07:21 PM
this was just a tribute band to a dead friend.
i forgot the friend's name.

paganman7
02-04-2008, 06:59 AM
Andrew Wood...and Temple of the Dog would be fantastic.

SFChrissy
02-04-2008, 07:51 AM
this was just a tribute band to a dead friend.
i forgot the friend's name.

His name was Adrew Wood and he was the lead singer of Mother Love Bone who Stone Gossard and Jeff Ament also played in...Mother Love Bone was the first seattle grundge band to take off and open the doors for Soundgarden, Nirvana and Pearl Jam...Pearl Jam developed from the remaining members of Mother Love Bone with Eddie Veder taking position of vocals.

bludevil007
02-04-2008, 09:19 AM
Rare ocassions? didn't they performed Hunger Strike lots of times when they toured with Sleater-Kinney?, Eddie even got Corin Tucker to sing with him, I saw them play that song 3 shows in a row...

I've seen pearl jam over 25 times, including during that tour, and have never heard them play that song - not even the beginning of it. So it must be at least somewhat rare. I dunno...i believe you if you say you saw it, but then you are one of the lucky few.

bludevil007
02-04-2008, 09:24 AM
ya, apparently they played it during several shows in the 2003 tour. i just happened to not be at any of them.

superfiction
02-04-2008, 09:45 AM
my friends mom saw them at some club called the vogue in seattle. and used to see motherlovebone and all those other people allt he time. she keeps telling me stories about how she watched alice in chains play at a skating rink and how itd be a weekened deal to go see soundgarden and pearl jam down at this litle club called the offramp. im a little jealous.

Mr.Nipples
02-04-2008, 09:47 AM
aaaanddd immmm grroooooooowwwwwiinn' hunnngraaaaayyyyy
sooooooooooooooo hunnnngraaaaaaayyyyyyyy uhghghghghghhghghghghghhg
annnnndd immmm grrrrrroooooooowwwwuuunnn hunnnnnngraaaaaaayyyy
SOOOOOOO HUNNNNGRAAAAAAYYYYYY UGHGGHGHGHGHGHHGHGHGHG

Mr.Nipples
02-04-2008, 09:47 AM
i'm growing hungraaaaay

i dont care...

full on idle
02-04-2008, 10:12 AM
I bought that cd.

full on idle
02-04-2008, 10:13 AM
I don't miiind stealing brayyyyyd from the mouths of decadehhhhhhhhhhhnce ya uhhhh huhhhh

but I can't feed on the powerlesssss when mah cup's alreadayyyy ovahfayeellllld aaaaaaaaaaaahhhh huhhhhhh

Coachella Bound
02-04-2008, 11:55 AM
Sure, why the hell not!

Weeping Willow
02-04-2008, 11:06 PM
my friends mom saw them at some club called the vogue in seattle. and used to see motherlovebone and all those other people allt he time. she keeps telling me stories about how she watched alice in chains play at a skating rink and how itd be a weekened deal to go see soundgarden and pearl jam down at this litle club called the offramp. im a little jealous.

your friend's mom is hot

digitalface
02-08-2008, 06:53 AM
Andrew Wood...and Temple of the Dog would be fantastic.

Still one of my favorite records of the nineties. Solid from open note to close note (And no, "Hunger Strike" wasn't what this record was all about). This would be a cool reunion to pull off. I'd pull up a piece of lawn for it. And maybe throw on some flannel or something.

SFChrissy
02-08-2008, 07:12 AM
my friends mom saw them at some club called the vogue in seattle. and used to see motherlovebone and all those other people allt he time. she keeps telling me stories about how she watched alice in chains play at a skating rink and how itd be a weekened deal to go see soundgarden and pearl jam down at this litle club called the offramp. im a little jealous.

the ok hotel was a classic joint!!!

el chango
02-10-2008, 11:57 AM
I've seen pearl jam over 25 times, including during that tour, and have never heard them play that song - not even the beginning of it. So it must be at least somewhat rare. I dunno...i believe you if you say you saw it, but then you are one of the lucky few.

Wow... then I'm really lucky, I even have it on a bootleg!

gaypalmsprings
08-17-2008, 10:06 AM
Chris Cornell Rocks The Pepsi 500 At Auto Club Speedway

The iconic Chris Cornell, ranked one of the best voices in music history, will perform at the Auto Club Speedway Miller Lite Rock N’ Racing concert on Sunday, August 31, 2008, prior to the running of the Pepsi 500. Cornell will play in the Speedway’s Opportunity, California FanZone at 2:30 p.m. on race day, and admission to the concert is free for all Pepsi 500 ticket holders.
“Chris Cornell becomes the latest rock and roll icon and Grammy award winner to entertain the fans at Auto Club Speedway, and I am thrilled that NASCAR fans will have an opportunity to see him live at the Pepsi 500 this Labor Day weekend at the Miller Lite Rock N’ Racing concert,” said Auto Club Speedway president Gillian Zucker. “He is an amazing singer and a great songwriter, and we are looking forward to hearing both his classic hits and songs from his recent solo albums. I’m also hoping we’ll get a preview of his new album, a collaboration with super-producer, Timbaland, which will be released this fall.”

An innovator who resists genre labels, Cornell was the chief architect of the 90s grunge movement. He has successfully maintained his own unique identity for more than two decades as a multi-Grammy award-winning musician and universally acclaimed singer, songwriter and lyricist for Seattle trailblazers, Soundgarden, his celebrated side project Temple Of The Dog and the multi-platinum supergroup Audioslave. Find out more about Chris Cornell at his website, www.chriscornell.com.