The Soundgarden was indeed one of the better clubs in Manchester, at that time.
Spinmasters always played the best music, many a night I had in there hearing out the tracks they'd play on their shows.
Fave tracks played out in the club were always;
Voodoo Child - Voodoo Child
Ya Ya's - Looove (which they used to call 'nish')
Kamera - Back In The Time
Pako - Pakito Lindo
And of course they'd end it usually with Dr Alban's - No Coke (how good did that bassline sound on a decent system!)
The nights were improved greatly when they'd hired an industrial fan, set up near the fire exit, when that was fired up, it was heaven, as normally it was roasting in there all the time.
I'd say this was on a par with my all time fave club, The Academy - that was amazing, perfect for clubbing (IMO) as it was huge and flat, big open space was all you needed to stomp round to, and their Solstice (think that was the night) nights were always good, a great mix of Belgian techno and then in the last hour, the piano anthems, such as K-Klass - Rhythm Is A Mystery (Remix) - when that was mixed in, you knew it was coming, and could tell looking round that others knew as well
Anyone remember 'The Banshee' - think that was on Oxford Road, mix factory used to do that, it had two floors and there was a long haired fella who used to work in Spin Inn for a while along with Mark (XTC) and Paul 'budgie' Walker, who'd play all yer piano faves upstairs, such as Expose - Tell Me Why, Last Rhythm - Last Rhythm (Vocal Remix) whilst downstairs you could hear XTC cutting up Total Confusion (some of his best cutting that) over some tasty tracks like Lost - The Gonzo & Silver Bullet - 21 Seconds...
Edit to add:
Sparky2, I'll post an update in this forum when that Madchester file is available, cheers for the links to my site