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Old 07.28.2011, 07:12 PM   #39
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Originally Posted by The Watcher
Now that would be an interesting set...... I tell you, even rough demos of Thayil would be worth hearing.......

''As far as Soundgarden, there are enough rarities and outtakes that they could do a very nice box set. They've just never gotten around to doing it. They did A Sides, and they were going to do a record called B Sides. They have a million B-Sides, tons of stuff that never got released, demos. There's enough for two or three CDs of just weird shit."

-Jack Endino.

Taken from the "Grunge Is Dead: The Oral History of Seattle Rock Music" book, by Greg Pratto.
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