SOUNDGARDEN – “Echo Of Miles: Scattered Tracks Across The Path” Releases November 24th, Via UMe


Soundgarden - Echo Of Miles - Scattered Tracks Across The Path - promo CD package pic - 2014

Includes Seven Unreleased Tracks

Recognized as one of the world’s most influential bands in Rock music, Grammy-winning multi-platinum selling band Soundgarden started a musical transformation that inspired a generation in its record-breaking career, leaving an indelible mark by helping redefine Alternative and Hard Rock. Hard on the heels of the 20th anniversary deluxe re-release of its chart-topping, five-times-platinum 1994 album, Superunknown, earlier this year, Soundgarden’s latest release is a 3-CD rarities collection, Echo Of Miles: Scattered Tracks Across The Path.

Among the seven unreleased tracks is a brand-new recording, “Storm,” recorded in May with producer Jack Endino in Seattle. The new collection was curated and hand-selected by guitarist Kim Thayil. Echo Of Miles: Scattered Tracks Across The Path is the first time an official Soundgarden release has included more than 26 years of rarities that have appeared as B-sides, album bonus tracks, EPs, soundtracks, compilations and live recordings, a must for any fan of the band. The package features three separate thematic discs in a clear plastic slipcase with three separate mini-jackets, each sporting its own unique art, a booklet and inserts, allowing fans to mix and match, personalizing their own album graphic layout.

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One Response to “SOUNDGARDEN – “Echo Of Miles: Scattered Tracks Across The Path” Releases November 24th, Via UMe”

  1. Man, Soundgarden always seem to find a way to earn my dollars around Christmastime. Looks like 2014 will be no exception! There’s plenty of stuff on here that I do not have…this appears to be quite a great rarities set.

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