Live on I-5 - Soundgarden
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  1. Mar 28, 2011
    9
    If you weren't around during their glory days . . . this is the album for you! With minimal audience interference, you can easily listen to the rawness of each song. There are two special covers and a stripped down, solo version of "Black Hole Sun" with Chris Cornell.

    You really have to give it to the band for mixing the album in such a way that you can listen to it from start to finish
    and not even realize that each song was recorded from different shows. Sure can't wait to see what kind of material Soundgarden releases in the near future! Expand
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  1. May 6, 2011
    60
    Certainly, Live On I-5 proves Soundgarden weren't covered by grand stadium stages. [May 2011, p.125]
  2. Apr 4, 2011
    60
    Live on I-5 is still a good, if slightly misjudged and mistimed, effort and, regardless of criticism, Soundgarden finally have a live album to their name, even if it doesn't capture the band at their peak.
  3. Mar 31, 2011
    26
    The problem is that this was, at best, a 1997 cash-grab that probably would've worked in that economic climate, and now you just get to debate whether it's a cynical move on Soundgarden's part or, more likely, something they had absolutely nothing to do with at all.