Temple of the Dog
Temple of the Dog were a one-album supergroup featuring members of both Soundgarden (Cornell, Matt Cameron) and Pearl Jam (Stone Gossard, Jeff Ament, Mike McCready.) The band's lone self-titled album served as a tribute to their friend and former Mother Love Bone bandmate, singer Andrew Wood, who died of a heroin overdose at the age 24. On a few tracks, Temple of the Dog also recruited a little-known (at the time) singer by the name of Eddie Vedder, who features on the hit "Hunger Strike." Pearl Jam's breakthrough Ten would be released four months later in 1991.