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Earlier this year, short-lived grunge supergroup Temple Of The Dog announced that it would be reuniting to celebrate the 25th anniversary of its self-titled debut. Last night, the first of those sets happened at the Tower Theater in Darby, Pennsylvania, with Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell, Pearl Jam’s Stone Gossard, Jeff Ament, and Mike McCready, and shared drummer Matt Cameron mixing up the band’s old songs with covers ranging from Bowie to Black Sabbath.

Most of the night’s show is up on YouTube, so you can get your fill of Temple Of The Dog playing “War Pigs,” “Fascination Street,” and its own hits like “Four Walled World” and “Reach Down.” (No “Hunger Strike,” though, presumably because Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder isn’t involved with the tour.) Temple Of The Dog will return to the Tower tonight, before heading to New York for a Madison Square Garden show on the 7th.

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[via Pitchfork]