Dismantled Soundgarden Lives On In "A-Sides"

September 25 [14:00 EDT] -- Fans who are still mourning the demise of Soundgarden can relive the glory days once again when a collection of the bands singles hits stores in November.

A&M Records announced that a selection of tracks spanning the group's 13 year career will comprise "A-Sides," which will hit stores on November 4.

The album begins with "Nothing To Say," the group's first single from its 1987 Sub Pop EP "Screaming Life" and follows the band as it develops its dense sound through tracks like "Loud Love," "Get On The Snake," "Outshined," and "Black Hole Sun."

The collection also features "Bleed Together," a track culled from the group's studio sessions for its last effort, "Down On The Upside," that has never been commercially released in the U.S.

Here's what you can expect to find on Soundgarden's "A-Sides":

  • "Nothing to Say"
  • "Flower"
  • "Loud Love"
  • "Hands All Over"
  • "Get on the Snake"
  • "Jesus Christ Pose"
  • "Outshined"

  • "Rusty Cage"
  • "Spoonman"
  • "Day I Tried to Live"
  • "Black Hole Sun"
  • "Fell on Black Days"
  • "Pretty Noose"
  • "Burden in my Hand"
  • "Blow up the Outside World"
  • "Ty Cobb"
  • "Bleed Together"