November 19, 2019

100 thoughts on “Soundgarden – Black Hole Sun (Official Music Video)

  1. What a great song…one of my all time favorites…great tempo…tight band… something I always wished for in the bands I played in…it's all about chemistry.

  2. This is LITERALLY FORTNITE RIGHT NOW!!!!! 🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣

  3. Yet another reminder how much things are messed up and twisted, destroyed, maimed, disused corrupted, confused and shamed worthy of desolation, the world needs destroying even the rich who cannot see know it, I am sorry did I loose my optimistic nature, I wonder why?

  4. FORTNITE anyone????? From the live event and now we have a Black Hole on our screens and cant play the game😢😭

  5. I remember this video on 1995 with a square on screen of a man making the chorus (screaming)… A "Mandela Effect" in progress.

  6. Great song and videoclip.
    80's and 90's were years of such a talented artists and great videoclips.I wish video was made in format 16:9 to get more craziness.
    Even music video channels were so much better. MTV, VIVA.

  7. Who else watching this thinks of BRAIN CANDY the 1996 movie? (Kids In The Hall.)

    The film came two years after Superunknown. It reminds me of Mike Myers films of the '90s as well.

  8. I remember when I was 12 I heard this song on the radio never to find it, until today it came up on a playlist and honestly I lost my shit but when I first watched the video I was like omg where have you been for my entire life😂

  9. You helped me get through some depressing times thanks R.I.P. Chris cornell
    This song has never been more relevant than today.

    I hate the world today.

  10. I AM VOTING FOR YOU FOR THE CLASS 2020 ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME . HERE'S HOPING AND PRAYING YOU GET IN 🤞👍🇨🇦✌

  11. Congratulations to Soundgarden to be nominated for Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2020, thank you guys and Chris Cornell for all you did

  12. I remember listening to this song on the radio (thanks dad), then they released it for Rock Band (Xbox 360). My friends and I spent hours playing songs together and this was the best one.

  13. The Everest of Books, the Way of Music is in the Books and not the Instrument, A Frequency Translation-Modulation and Demodulation
    I think what they're trying to say is that studying is like climbing Mt. Everest. It's not like visiting your neighbor's skate ramp. The trip is usually made alone or without a load of money. You have to make it happen on your own. Each breakthrough won't be seen or recognized except by others who have made the trip and you have to make noise about it or mix in a little Sophistry. If you keep going the church will wither and die and you will become like a demon or a devil to others but will enjoy it. Once you reach a summit you will see the world as archaic and old and undeveloped and understand how the philosophers felt. Passing school is not even the base of the mountain and you don't belong climbing if you don't enjoy the ride. The people will seem like lepers in their ignorance and you will seek to visit them like St. Francis. Some breakthroughs are more empowering like grasping white noise or the food replicators or the big bang or Pythagoras and Heraclitus…sometimes a magnetic frequency can be in blood or metals and make one live longer, maybe…but food replicators are like televisions and antenna with coding recipes…

  14. My college roommate introduced this song to me and I’ve loved it ever since. Annaleise if you are reading this thank you for introducing such great music to me!!

  15. This video is an exquisite satire to the traditional American Puritan mentality, something in the vein of the best American counterculture; plus there is the Calvinistic theme of the Rapture, am I right?

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