Soundgarden Reissues 'Superunknown' for 20th

By Chris Atticus | Wednesday, February 26, 2014

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To celebrate the March 8th, 1994 release of their groundbreaking album, SuperunknownSoundgarden has decided to reissue two special deluxe editions of the album on June 3rd. The Superunknown Deluxe Edition will consists of two CDs featuring the remastered album and a second disc containing demos, rehearsals, B-sides and more. The Superunknown Super Deluxe Edition will be a five CD package including the remastered album, additional demos, rehearsals and B-sides. The fifth disc is the album mixed in Blu-ray surround sound.

    • Super Deluxe Edition will be packaged in a hardcover book and feature liner notes by David Fricke as well as photos of the band by Kevin Westerberg.
  • The Superunknown singles and b-sides will also be reissued on April 19th as five limited edition ten inch vinyl records.
  • Superunknown Deluxe Edition CD1 track listing: "Let Me Drown," "My Wave," "Fell on Black Days," "Mailman," "Superunknown," "Head Down," "Black Hole Sun," "Spoonman," "Limo Wreck," "The Day I Tried to Live," "Kickstand," "Fresh Tendrils," "4th of July," "Half," "Like Suicide" and "She Likes Surprises."
  • Demos, Rehearsal, B-Sides & More CD2 track listing: "Let Me Drown (Demo)," "Black Hole Sun (Demo)," "Half (Demo," "Head Down (Rehearsal)," "Limo Wreck (Rehearsal)," "The Day I Tried to Live (Rehearsal)," "Like Suicide (Acoustic)," "Black Days III," "Birth Ritual (Original Demo Version)," "Exit Stonehenge," "Kyle Petty, Son of Richard," "Jerry Garcia’s Finger," "Spoonman (Alternate Steve Fisk Remix)," "The Day I Tried To Live (Scott Litt Mix)," "4th of July (Instrumental)," and "Superunknown (Instrumental)."