Temple Of The Dog Reissue May Include Unheard Material

Temple Of The Dog

(Classic Rock) The long-awaited Temple Of The Dog re-release may feature previously unheard material - even though drummer Matt Cameron isn't a fan of the idea.

The band, formed by Soundgarden's Chris Cornell and Pearl Jam's Stone Gossard, Jeff Ament, Mike McCready and Eddie Vedder, won control over their 1991 master tapes last year following a drawn-out legal battle.

The one-off album was designed as a tribute to their friend and collaborator, Mother Love Bone singer Andrew Wood, who'd died the previous year. Cameron tells Radio.com: "I think there's probably alternate takes, and Chris made demos. HIs demos are pretty freaking cool - some are amazing. But I guess it depends on the quality."

But he says additional material isn't a "deal-breaker" for him, adding: "As a musician I like people to hear the finished product. The process of creating music is fantastic as an artist, but there's got to be some privacy there." Read more here.

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