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So heavy. People say 4th of July or Jesus Christ Pose is their heaviest song? Nope. It's Nothing to Say. Check it out if you haven't already.V1 Comment
This song just slowly progresses and leaves you wanting more. It's just amazing. In my top 5 for sure.V1 Comment
Best track on their best album, in my opinion; I don't want to take away from any of their past achievements, but the melody and lyrical genius in this song present a maturity and proven technical prowess which is the result of many years functioning as a band.
The haunting vibe, the slightly creepy riff, and the vocals make this song packed with so much emotion.V1 Comment
Terribly underrated. Love the kinda exotic feel.
A song that's hear it love it
This song is so underrated (along with no wrong no right) especially since there is a lot of other goodsongs on that album. From the riff, vocal, lyrics this song is amazing and is up there with 4th of july, mind riot, like suicide, and applebite.
Is a song with a lot of class. It has depth, great melody and tone. Why isn't it listed?V1 Comment
Though it's not SG's best song how come Fopp has no votes? I know it's a cover but this track really shows Chris' vocal range and is the best song from Soundgarden's psychedelic phase.
A very doomy song with awesome guitar, bass, drum and vocals.
Such a depressing song about the fact that everyone will eventually die. Also the eerie bass from hiro fits the song so well
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