Chris Cornell’s Incredible Isolated Vocals From ‘Black Hole Sun’ Will Give You Chills

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The world will never have another Chris Cornell. His voice was so powerful, distinct, and eclectic. Cornell’s vocals had such a wide range, whether it was belting out a rock anthem like Audioslave’s “Cochise” or a tender acoustic track like his incredible cover of Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean.” So we must treasure the melodic gifts that the Soundgarden singer has bequeathed to the world.

Soundgarden’s most popular song by far is “Black Hole Sun,” hitting #9 on Billboard’s Mainstream Top 40 and Billboard’s #1 Mainstream Rock song charts in 1994. Cornell’s brilliant and special voice undeniably makes the song the all-time great song. To demonstrate how unbelievably astounding Cornell’s voice is, someone isolated just his haunting vocals and it will send chills down your spine.

RIP Chris Cornell.

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