- Rating - Music
- 5.00 star(s)
- Rating - Sound
- 5.00 star(s)
|1||Say Hello 2 Heaven||6:22|
|4||Pushin' Forward Back||3:44|
|5||Call Me A Dog||5:02|
|6||Times Of Trouble||5:41|
|9||Four Walled World||6:53|
|10||All Night Thing||3:52|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – A&M Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – A&M Records, Inc.
- Pressed By – DADC – DIDX-009859
- Recorded At – London Bridge Studio
- Mastered At – A&M Mastering Studios
- Copyright (c) – You Make Me Sick I Make Music
- Copyright (c) – Write Treatage Music
- Copyright (c) – Scribing C-ment Songs
- Arranged By – Temple Of The Dog
- Art Direction, Design – Jeff Ament, Rich Frankel*
- Backing Vocals [Additional] – Eddie Vedder (tracks: 4, 8, 10)
- Bass – Jeff Ament
- Drums, Percussion – Matt Cameron
- Engineer [Additional] – Don Gilmore
- Lead Guitar – Mike McCready
- Lyrics By – Cornell*
- Management – Kelly Curtis, Susan Silver
- Mastered By – Ken Perry, Rick Parashar
- Music By – Cornell* (tracks: 1 to 3, 5, 7, 8, 10), Gossard* (tracks: 4, 6, 9)
- Photography By – Jeff Ament, Josh Taft, Lance Mercer
- Piano – Rick Parashar (tracks: 5, 6, 10)
- Producer – Rick Parashar, Temple Of The Dog
- Rhythm Guitar, Slide Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Stone Gossard
- Vocals, Harmonica, Banjo – Chris Cornell
Appears to be identical to Temple Of The Dog except it has 'DIDX 009859' above the catalog number on the disc. DADC logo in hub.
Recorded weekends at London Bridge Studios, Seattle, WA Nov-Dec 1990
Mastered at A&M Mastering Studios
Tracks 1 to 3, 5, 7, 8, 10 © 1991 You Make Me Sick I Make Music
Track 4 © 1991 You Make Me Sick I Make Music/Write Treatage Music/Scribing C-ment Songs (ASCAP)
Tracks 6, 9 © 1991 You Make Me Sick I Make Music/Write Treatage Music (ASCAP)
℗ & © 1991 A&M Records, Inc.
NOTE: Temple of the Dog was a super group formed by Seattle musicians to pay tribute to Andrew Wood, lead singer of Mother Love Bone. He died of a heroin overdose in 1990. Chris Cornell of Soundgarden initiated the project. He was joined by Matt Cameron, also of Soundgarden. Members of Pearl Jam featured were Stone Gossard, Jeff Ament, Mike McCready and Eddie Vedder. Gossard and Ament were members of Mother Love Bone. The album was largely unnoticed when first release but became a best seller after Soundgarden and Pearl Jam gained notoriety.
TEMPLE OF THE DOG entered the Billboard Top 200 on June 27, 1992. It peaked at #5 and charted for 47 weeks.
Also issued as CD 5350.