25 Years Ago: Soundgarden Release 'Superunknown'

Soundgarden released Superunknown 25 years ago today (March 8, 1994).

Soundgarden's fourth studio album, Superunknown was a critical and commercial success, and the band's breakthough album. It debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200 chart selling 310,000 copies it's opening week and achieving chart success worldwide. The album has been certified five times platinum in the U.S. for dales of 5 million copies and it's sold nearly 10 million copies worldwide. Fife singles were released from the album, "Spoonman", "The Day I Tried to Live", Black Hole Sun", "My Wave" and "Fell On Black Days". Superunknown was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rock Album in 1995 and "Black Hole Sun" picked up Grammy Awards for Best Rock Song and Best Hard Rock Performance. Happy 25th anniversary to this classic album. What's you're favorite track off the album?

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