SOUNDGARDEN
MISCELLANY

There are several other places to find Soundgarden-related material that I don't maintain:

YAHOO! SOUNDGARDEN CLUB
An actual living resource, the Yahoo! Soundgarden club, maintained by Jon Tewksbury, consists of approximately 300 members with a message board, photo albums, etc.

ALT.MUSIC.SOUNDGARDEN, ALT.FAN.CHRIS-CORNELL
There are two Usenet groups where you might find Soundgarden discussion, alt.music.soundgarden and alt.fan.chris-cornell. The latter is intended for discussion of Mr. Cornell's various solo endeavors, including his upcoming 1999 release. If your ISP does not provide Usenet access, you may participate via Google Groups.

THE ONLINE MUSIC DATABASE
Andy Burnett maintains the database, which contains information about releases by thousands of artists, including Soundgarden. This site is a fixture of the Web music community, having existed since sometime in 1993, but has been somewhat outdone by more recent artist databases, such as ArtistDirect.

OFFICIAL SOUNDGARDEN WEBSITE (OBSOLETE)
The Official Soundgarden website was the result of some serious hard work by iMusic. Site included a discography, lyrics, RealAudio and live RealVideo clips, and some special features. By far the coolest feature of the site was the promotion for the Alive in the Superunknown CD Plus, at the time an exceptional example of web design.
[Last known URL: http://imusic.com/soundgarden/]

THE MUSIC CENTRAL INTERVIEW (OBSOLETE)
The Microsoft Music Central interview with Soundgarden was a superb chat with the band and contained audio clips available of Kim Thayil improvising on his guitar that should not be missed.
[Last known URL: http://www.musiccentral.msn.com/ThisWeekIn/Features/Soundgarden012397.htm]

SOUNDGARDEN'S EUROPEAN TOUR 1995 (OBSOLETE)
Originally exclusive to the Microsoft Network and seemingly lost in the confusion following the tour, this rather unknown site contained a full collection of official photos and commentary from Soundgarden's 1995 European tour. Many of the pictures were mediocre at best (dark, grainy, and from too far away), but it was worth a look. The interface was frames-based.
[Last known URL: http://www.ms4music.com/soundgarden/]

LIMO WRECK (OBSOLETE)
Kendrick Kay's Limo Wreck attempted to divide Soundgarden's music, lyrics and cover art into mood and feel categories, something that nobody had really done on the Web before. A unique perspective and well worth a visit.
[Last known URL: http://home.earthlink.net/~superu/limowreck/]

SOUNDGARDEN IS GOD (OBSOLETE)
Robert Chipman ran Soundgarden Is God, which included original material as well as images culled from other sources on the Net. It featured heavy JavaScript enhancement, a really challenging trivia quiz, and a diary of Rob's thoughts after the band's split in April 1997. The site was frames-based.
[Last known URL: http://www.uidaho.edu/~chip9162/soundgarden/soundgrd.html]

GEOFF'S SOUNDGARDEN PAGE (OBSOLETE)
Geoff Kleemola, a Psychology student at the University of Winnipeg, put together a Soundgarden page of his own. It included working drivers for those of you who couldn't get the Alive in the Superunknown CD+ to work on your PCs.
[Last known URL: http://members.aol.com/~hemihomer/sg.html]

THE LOWLANDS FESTIVAL WEBSITE (OBSOLETE)
Soundgarden performed at the 1995 Lowlands Festival in the Netherlands. This page included a band bio, audio clips, images, etc. The catch: it was all in Dutch.
[Last known URL: http://www.vpro.nl/htbin/scan/www/lowlands/bands-events/template/band_main?soundgarden+SOUNDGARDEN+12]

PLACES TO BUY STUFF
Please note: I am no longer maintaining a list of places to buy Soundgarden-related items, because it changes so frequently. I do recommend that you use GEMM to track down hard-to-find goods.