added: 18 Apr 2010 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk
Soundgarden played a secret show on Friday night in Seattle. It was their first public appearance since announcing their reunion.
The Seattle band played at the Market Club. It was their first show together since the break-up just over 13 years ago last week.
The gig was advertised as show by 'Nude Dragons', a clever anagram of Soundgarden.
However, there were obviously a few famous friends privy to the info before hand. See inside the gig were members of Pearl Jam, Mudhoney and Sub-Pop founder Jonathan Poneman.
The setlist was interesting. 'Black Hole Sun' wasn't there but they did do both the A and B sides of their very first single 'Hunted Down'/'Nothing To Say'.
They also revolved the set around their early indie releases on Sub-Pop, the 'Ultramega OK' and 'Louder Than Love' albums.
The setlist from Friday night's show was:
Spoonman (from Superunknown, 1994)
Gun (from Louder Than Love, 1989)
Searching With My Good Eye Closed (from Badmotorfinger, 1991)
Rusty Cage (from Badmotorfinger, 1991)
Beyond The Wheel (from Ultramega, 1988)
Flower (from Ultramega, 1988)
Ugly Truth (from Louder Than Love, 1989)
Fell On Black Days (from Superunknown, 1994)
Hunted Down (from Screaming Life EP, 1987)
Nothing To Say (from Screaming Life EP, 1987)
Loud Love (from Louder Than Love, 1989)
Blow Up The Outside World (from Down On The Upside, 1996)
Pretty Noose (from Down On The Upside, 1996)
Outshined (from Badmotorfinger, 1991)
Slaves and Bulldozers (from Badmotorfinger, 1991)
Get On The Snake (from Louder Than Love, 1989)
Big Dumb Sex (from Louder Than Love, 1989)
Waiting For The Sun (Doors cover)
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