Tag Archive: Temple Of The Dog

Temple Of The Dog – Temple Of The Dog (1991) {2016, New Mix, Super Deluxe Box, 2CD + DVD + Blu-ray Audio + HiRes}

Temple Of The Dog - Temple Of The Dog (1991) {2016, New Mix, Super Deluxe Box, 2CD + DVD + Blu-ray Audio + HiRes}

Temple Of The Dog (1991) {2016, New Mix, Super Deluxe Box, 2CD + DVD + Blu-ray Audio + HiRes}
EAC Rip | 2xCD | FLAC Image + Cue + Log | Full Scans Included
DVD-9 | ISO | NTSC 4:3 (720×480) VBR | LPCM 2.0 Stereo
Blu-ray Audio | DTS-HD MA -> 5.1 Surround | Dolby TrueHD -> 5.1 Surround | LPCM -> 2.0 Stereo | 24bit/96kHz
HiRes Audio | FLAC Tracks | 2.0 Stereo | 24bit/96-48kHz
Total Size: 935 MB (CDs) + 29.5 GB (Blu-ray) + 4.75 (DVD) + 1.72 GB (HiRes) + 453 MB (Scans) | 3% RAR Recovery
Label: A&M / UMe | EU | Cat#: 80025511-00 | Genre: Alternative Rock

On September 30th, UMe will release a Temple of the Dog reissue collection celebrating the 25th anniversary of the band’s landmark, platinumcertified album. Newly mixed by Brendan O’Brien, the reissue will be available in four configurations including a 4 disc Super Deluxe with 48 unreleased tracks and/or mixes as well as a 180gram, 2LP vinyl edition of the original remastered with gatefold jacket, lenticular cover and download code. Temple of the Dog will kick off their 1stever tour this November.Read More

Temple Of The Dog – Temple Of The Dog (1991) {2013, 24bit/96kHz + 16bit/44.1kHz, Vinyl Rip}

Temple Of The Dog - Temple Of The Dog (1991) {2013, 24bit/96kHz + 16bit/44.1kHz, Vinyl Rip}

Temple Of The Dog – Temple Of The Dog (1991) {2013, 24bit/96kHz + 16bit/44.1kHz, Vinyl Rip}
Vinyl Rip | 2xLP | FLAC Tracks -> 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44.1kHz | Full Scans Included
Total Size: 1.14 GB + 359 MB | 3% RAR Recovery
Label: Music On Vinyl | EU | 180 gr. Limited Edition | Cat#: ‎MOVLP956 | Genre: Alternative Rock

Featuring members of Soundgarden and what would soon become Pearl Jam, Temple of the Dog’s lone eponymous album might never have reached a wide audience if not for Pearl Jam’s breakout success a year later. In turn, by providing the first glimpse of Chris Cornell’s more straightforward, classic rock-influenced side, Temple of the Dog helped set the stage for Soundgarden’s mainstream breakthrough with Superunknown. Read More