Soundgarden (live) - September 24th, 1989, Rhino Records Westwood, Los Angeles, CA

Soundgarden (live) - September 24th, 1989, Rhino Records Westwood, Los Angeles, CA
Soundgarden (live) - September 24th, 1989, Rhino Records Westwood, Los Angeles, CA

RIP Chris Cornell. Any disrespectful comments will be promptly removed. Now is not the time for any nonsense. 

1. Get On The Snake 0:25
2. Ugly Truth 4:03
3. Big Dumb Sex 9:26
4. Hands All Over 14:06
5. Gun 20:05
6. Beyond The Wheel 25:35

It doesn't matter how rich/famous or poor/unnoticed you are. We all experience extremely difficult times. If you are hurting and at your wits end, reach out. There are people out there that really do care and will help.  National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Call 1-800-273-8255

Want to see some super early SG footage? Try three plus years earlier than this performance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PfpZAvPiq4E

Please support this artist. Buy their records, go to their shows, pick something up from the merch table! 
Soundgarden (live) - September 24th, 1989, Rhino Records Westwood, Los Angeles, CA



Lunacr - 2017-11-15
RIP. Dear Chris! here on earth we will miss you forever

BetrayedColt - 2017-10-29
Chris better have gotten poon after this.

Magnum Muscle - 2017-10-28
Greatness=blowing it out in a record store in front of 20 people. Amazing.

robertschmidt06 - 2017-10-26
now this is soundgarden!!!!

Josh Blocker - 2017-10-18
They sounded a lot like led zeplin back then

Josh Blocker - 2017-10-18
They had no idea they were about to make millions lol

Judi Pettis - 2017-10-01

Matt Mitchell - 2017-09-28
dieeeeinnnn to leaveeeee

Daniel Naberhaus - 2017-09-26
I love this show. At this point they are still using cheap equipment and playing in smaller venues, but they've been a band for 5 years and they've gotten really, really good. Their first album didn't turn out as well as they had planned, but they had forged ahead and were now playing a setlist of new and improved songs which ultimately began lifting them out of obscurity after Louder Than Love was released. These are my fuckin heroes, working their day jobs but living the dream of one day being professional musicians.

Pedro Souza - 2017-09-23
jason was banging hard his head on beyond the wheel

Daniel Souza - 2017-09-19
3 months before Nirvana played right there, fucking epic place, BTW Jason Everman played both shows haha

Alexandre Machado - 2017-09-11
That's what I call the best of the 90's

A F - 2017-09-11
Won't ever see shit like this again. Social media, AGT, The Voice, AI has destroyed the curiosity of young raw garage bands

MishaHendrix - 2017-09-04
great footage, great band. always very much ahead of their time!

Dave - 2017-09-02
Holy shit where did they find this? Man they look young

Azhar Iqbal - 2017-09-01
Hands all over and flower are definitely their best songs pre-badmotorfinger era.

Jeff Frazer - 2017-08-30
How is it that they aren't number one on everyone's list? The coming out of the best band of our generation. By far.

j9andphoenix - 2017-08-30
Thanx for posting this - nothing but respect and a lot of sadness from me.

jondubb35 - 2017-08-29
Who's on bass? Definitely not Hiro. Can't be Jason Everman as it's too early for him to have joined.

Mitakuye Oyasin - 2017-08-24
God I miss record stores so bad...How many of you guys were record store groupies? I spent more time in the record stores just chilling with my friends, making new friends, buying new records, old records, getting introduced to up and coming new music...buying concert tickets there, having bands pop in and just jam the fuck out or purely just hang out and sign a few autographs....there was ALWAYS something going on at the record stores....My closest was Streetside and Vintage Vinyl....See not only are most of us trying to get over the fact we'll never hear the best man in Rock's voice live again, we are all still now being taken back to our youth and traveling back to the times where no fucks were given, and that was OK, in fact, that was how it was suppose to be....every time im almost to the point im accepting him being gone, Im slapped with another reminder that in fact, he IS gone, and tha's a very hard pill to swallow. RIP Chris....you got me throughmore years of my life with you in it, then with you NOT in it...."Nail in my hand,from my creator-you gave me life, now show me how to live". RIP Chris

Matt Hoey - 2017-08-22
Holy shit. Beyond the Wheel as raw as it came!

Laura Jean Guirguis - 2017-08-15
I hope you don't take this as disrespectful, but, Chris was very beautiful as a young man. Unique, good looks. And he sounds great too! lol too bad he left his hair covering much of his face so we could at least see him.. :-D Eh, it's always about the music but it doesn't hurt to have great looks too. Rest in Peace Chris Cornell

Julie VanValkenburgh - 2017-08-11
So very sad

MajestyInGrimInfinity - 2017-08-08
Is that Kim in a Saint Vitus shirt? Awesome

Emily Wagner - 2017-07-29
Even with shitty audio, Chris's voice soars above everything. SG ... best band every. Hell yeah!

Emily Wagner - 2017-07-28
So amazing otherwordly. AMAZING!!!!

r g - 2017-07-28
who are the 79 dummies that disliked this video.

Bella De Ball - 2017-07-21
What a masterpiece from a Master ! I just now got this in my feed ! Thanks for posting it ! It's EPIC ! I still miss him and all his friends too !

Joseph Bastidas - 2017-07-19
Beyond The Wheel is such a gem

Dru541 - 2017-07-19
Saint Vitus shirt!

Dan Jenkins - 2017-07-09
This is incredible.

Scott Fish - 2017-07-09
yea there where no cell phones back then about the size of a brick

UrbanZero - 2017-07-08
Hey look, back when Chris could actually hit the range of the studio vocals while playing live

Elvis Acevedo - 2017-07-08
Que bacan. Sobre todo la gente viendo,escuchando. No como ahora todos en un show con celular en mano

EnvaseNoRetornable buuum - 2017-07-08

Mike Vito - 2017-07-04
My favorite band ever and this is just awesome. I wish I would have known them in 89 but i was still being fed Poison and motley crew. My first taste was Badmotorfinger and it changed my life. This version of far beyond the wheel gave me that feeling again!

The Evilator - 2017-06-30
well, it's nice to see jason everman playing in this venue for the second time xD

TheDeathOfPassion - 2017-06-30
and appreciate the talent or go away.

Spread your gossip on your toasts and eat it.
in other words keep your speculation to yourself.


Jacqueline Meyer - 2017-06-29
This man had THE MOST AMAZING voice ever!!...especially hitting those high notes! 😱...u are TRULY MISSED!!

James Mccluskey - 2017-06-29
who would dislike this? frigin anarkists

Roy Rochadhy - 2017-06-27
Great man, great voice, great band...missed Chris so bad!!

Edward Rossiello - 2017-06-24
A month later and I still cannot seem to get over news of his death. 30 years I've been listening to his lyrics and they are genius. His is a void that can NEVER be filled. Unspeakable grief is what I'm feeling...Sometimes I try to listen to my favorite Soundgarden songs and I can't make it to the end before tears start to well up in my eyes. How can this be true?

Andy Faith no More guitarist - 2017-06-19
13:44 Those riffs!

DefLeppard1221 - 2017-06-18
"Hi." Don't know why I found that funny. RIP Chris.

Robyn Weber - 2017-06-17
Fucking awesome

Mike Ziegler - 2017-06-17
Want to see some super early SG footage? Try three plus years earlier than this performance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PfpZAvPiq4E

Tom Geoghegan - 2017-06-16
WOW! Awesome gig! At a record store?

Dan Cooper - 2017-06-16
This is so cool to see. Soundgardens roots. Times have changed so much. I wish I could get my band back together and play at a record store. nowadays its all pop and dance music and auto tuned rap music with artificial drum and clap machines. But also its very cool to see how such a legendary band such as Soundgarden started out just like any other local band.

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