Tagged: Soundgarden

Nothing to Say

“Nothing to Say” by Soundgarden

Soundgarden’s songs, even the ones by other artists that they tended to cover, aren’t necessarily the easiest to decipher. They were one of those bands who sorta specialized in the art of saying plenty yet...

Search and Destroy

“Search and Destroy” by Soundgarden

Considering that they also covered The Doors’ 1970 piece “Waiting for the Sun“, it can be gleaned that Soundgarden had an affinity for tunes from the late-1960s/early-1970s. This was perhaps the most-prominent era of social activism...

Jesus Christ Pose by Soundgarden

“Jesus Christ Pose” by Soundgarden

As will be further elaborated on in the trivia section, Soundgarden caught a lack of flack, including death threats, due to “Jesus Christ Pose”. Such came about specifically as the result of the visual media...

Outshined by Soundgarden

“Outshined” by Soundgarden

The best way to describe to the meaning of Outshined is by resorting to Chris Cornell’s own explanation of the tune. And the way he explained it is as being based on an emotional dichotomy that he often experienced,...

Slaves & Bulldozers by Soundgarden

“Slaves & Bulldozers” by Soundgarden

Soundgarden’s “Slaves & Bulldozers” is highly-allegorical in its approach. And information on the meaning of the lyrics, as interpreted by Chris Cornell, is pretty much nonexistent. That means we’re going to have to go a...