Celebrating the career of grunge legends Soundgarden, the band's parent label Sub Pop is planning a special re-release of the band's little-known 1990 EPs Screaming Life and Fopp.

The label remastered the two EP's 11 tracks with original producer Jack Endino, who said this on the effort; "Ah, Screaming Life, Soundgarden's debut, and one of the first real records I made for anyone outside my own band. I already knew Soundgarden pretty well, since they and Skin Yard had shared the stage many times in Seattle's tiny club scene circa 1985-1986. Soon after opening Reciprocal Recording in July 1986, there I was with Soundgarden, trying to make the most of our eight tracks. Somehow, we found room for all of Matt Cameron's "bonus tubs," Hiro's primordial Fender bass, and a whopping four tracks to share between Kim Thayil's mad guitar psychedelia and Chris Cornell's still-expanding voice. 'Nothing To Say' was the song that made us all look at each other and go, 'uh, holy crap, how did we do this?"

The label will release the compilation digitally and on vinyl November 26th. Included in it will be 'Nothing To Say', which Sub Pop released a new video for today. Watch it below.