SOUNDGARDEN SETLIST FROM SECOND SHOW IN SEATTLE

Published On February 9, 2013 | By Mike Mazzarone | Featured, Grunge Report, Soundgarden

Setlist:
Incessant Mace
Big Dumb Sex
Get on the Snake
Hunted Down
Jesus Christ Pose
Let Me Drown
Room a Thousand Years Wide
By Crooked Steps
Attrition
Pretty Noose
Burden in My Hand
Been Away Too Long
Worse Dreams
The Day I Tried to Live
Ugly Truth
Eyelid’s Mouth (Matt’s son Ray Cameron played additional guitar)
Non-State Actor
Drawing Flies
Blow Up the Outside World
Fell on Black Days
Zero Chance
Blood on the Valley Floor
Superunknown
Rusty Cage

Encore:
Ty Cobb
Black Hole Sun
Slaves & Bulldozers

Note: Mailman was on the setlist but not played.

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Bio: Mike Mazarone graduated from the Connecticut School of Broadcasting in 2011 with a degree in communications, basically relegating him to better then you status (Except for boss Brett Buchanan). Before joining the AlternativeNation staff he was a contributor and producer to Brett Buchanan’s pro wrestling/MMA/comedy radio show – Barbaric Wrestling Radio, from 2006 to 2009. Mazzarone’s job there was to be a contributor and book interviews. After the show ended Buchanan hired Mazzarone right away to be AlternativeNation's head reporter. Contact: MJMazarrone (at) yahoo.com or; mike (at) alternativenation.net

7 Responses to SOUNDGARDEN SETLIST FROM SECOND SHOW IN SEATTLE

  1. Patricia says:

    Amazing setlist!

  2. Pete says:

    Mailman not being played is a travesty…

  3. Casper says:

    Pretty Noose makes a return!

  4. poonzz1 says:

    NOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!! I made the trip from Utah to Seattle to see both shows and was really hoping to hear Mailman. To see it was on the list but not played is a big disapointment. Still had a great time though and really enjoyed the shows.

  5. Mills says:

    Looks like SG has taken the PJ approach to setlists and not play the same old boring setlist every night. They mix it up they play rare deep tracks. This makes me happy.

  6. Blownupworld says:

    All those great songs and people are complaining about one missing? Come on. I was re-listening to ‘Live on the I-5′ yesterday while doing some work around the house and the guys sound so much better NOW than they did back then. Sure would be sweet if they would release some sound board boots from this tour.

  7. Grungecaster 1 says:

    CONGRADULATIONS TO SOUNDGARDEN FOR WINNING SOME GRAMMY AWARDS 2013
    BEST ROCK ALBUM: KING ANIMAL, BEST ALTERNATIVE ALBUM: KING ANIMAL AND BEST ROCK SINGLE OF THE YEAR FOR BEEN AWAY TOO LONG

    :) YOU SEE?? THE JUDGES STILL RESPECT GOOD ROCK N ROLL MUSIC WHEN THEY HEAR IT AND SEE IT

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