RIP Chris Cornell

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Microsprinter18
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RIP Chris Cornell

Post by Microsprinter18 » 3 years ago

What an influential, talented musician taken from us last night. May he rest in peace.

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Post by strad » 3 years ago

Local boy.
Not very talented in my view. Never liked Soundgarden.
Guess I am just too old. :roll:
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Post by caneparo » 3 years ago

He was a good singer but i never really dig into grunge and alt rock. He hanged himself
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Post by Andy » 3 years ago

caneparo wrote:
3 years ago
He was a good singer but i never really dig into grunge and alt rock.
Same here.
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Post by Jesper Hvid » 3 years ago

Not surprised. The grunge genre was manic depressive, it was in its DNA all along. I liked Soundgarden and Alice in Chains, and could feel their pain. But you just can't cure bipolar mental disorder. He's finally free now.
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