After covering the Chris Cornell rarity "Missing" live for the first time during their 36-song "Home Show" at Safeco Field in Seattle on Friday, Pearl Jam were joined by the late singer's Soundgarden bandmate Kim Thayil for three punk covers.
The guitarist first came on to play the MC5's proto-punk anthem "Kick Out the Jams." Thayil has been playing with MC5 this summer as they tour to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their debut album, also titled Kick Out the Jams. Pearl Jam and Thayil were later joined by Mudhoney's Steve Turner and Mark Arm on two 1970s punk classics, "Search and Destroy" by Iggy and the Stooges and "Sonic Reducer" by The Dead Boys.
"Missing" was sung by Cornell in the 1992 movie Singles and later appeared on the EP Poncier.
You can check out well shot video of the performances on YouTube.