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RIP Chris Cornell
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Only 52, died unexpectedly after a show in Detroit last night. Such a great vocalist.

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Re: RIP Chris Cornell [Brian in MA] [ In reply to ]
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Saw him with Soundgarden last Sunday in Memphis. Glad to have caught a show. Rip
Last edited by: fat: May 18, 17 4:16
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Re: RIP Chris Cornell [fat] [ In reply to ]
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Saw them on the 5th. Still belting it out. Crazy.
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Re: RIP Chris Cornell [Brian in MA] [ In reply to ]
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I've said it a hundred times that Cornell was the last, great, pure, rock and roll singer.

One of my all-time favorite bands.

This one stings.

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Re: RIP Chris Cornell [Brian in MA] [ In reply to ]
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Damn it. Loved his work. Soundgarden was just in Indy last week, and now I really regret not ever getting to see them in concert.

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Re: RIP Chris Cornell [Brian in MA] [ In reply to ]
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I saw soundgarden open for guns n roses in 1992. My first big concert. Loved them after seeing that show.




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Re: RIP Chris Cornell [Brian in MA] [ In reply to ]
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Re: RIP Chris Cornell [Duffy] [ In reply to ]
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The best part of that was when Chris ripped up a picture of the pope at the end of the song.

How does Danny Hart sit down with balls that big?
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Re: RIP Chris Cornell [Brian in MA] [ In reply to ]
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I never got to see Chris Cornell in concert, but Soundgarden was pretty much the sound track to the heyday of my youth. God damn, he went far to early.

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Re: RIP Chris Cornell [BLeP] [ In reply to ]
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BLeP wrote:
The best part of that was when Chris ripped up a picture of the pope at the end of the song.

No, that's a different video. The one where he looks like he just got out of a concentration camp.

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Re: RIP Chris Cornell [Brian in MA] [ In reply to ]
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     Back in 2012 I answered Chris Cornell to this thread asking which rock star I would want to emulate. I was able to see him with Soundgarden 5x's, Audioslave twice, and 3x's solo. Every time I was blown away by that beautiful voice.
RIP Chris.

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Re: RIP Chris Cornell [Brian in MA] [ In reply to ]
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I'll be listening to Lithium on SXM today.

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Re: RIP Chris Cornell [The GMAN] [ In reply to ]
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The GMAN wrote:
I've said it a hundred times that Cornell was the last, great, pure, rock and roll singer.

Henry Rollins once said that Chris Cornell's voice could peel the pain off a wall

I heard that Eddie Vedder once invited someone onstage to sing "Hunger Strike" with him, and the kid begged NOT to sing Cornell's part, because he couldn't get up there

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Re: RIP Chris Cornell [Brian in MA] [ In reply to ]
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Anyone want to hazard a guess as to cause of death?
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Re: RIP Chris Cornell [tazunemono] [ In reply to ]
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tazunemono wrote:
Anyone want to hazard a guess as to cause of death?

Family said they were going to work closely with the Medical Examiner to find out. Lot of speculation that it was suicide. Just sad.

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Re: RIP Chris Cornell [tazunemono] [ In reply to ]
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First reports I've seen are claiming suicide.

The guy sure could belt it out live. The soundtrack of my youth is nearing extinction.

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Re: RIP Chris Cornell [Duffy] [ In reply to ]
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Absolutely love this song and his version of it. Not many songs move me. This one did. RIP.
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Re: RIP Chris Cornell [burnman] [ In reply to ]
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burnman wrote:
First reports I've seen are claiming suicide.

The guy sure could belt it out live.

Unfortunate choice of words

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Re: RIP Chris Cornell [RandMart] [ In reply to ]
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RandMart wrote:
burnman wrote:
First reports I've seen are claiming suicide.

The guy sure could belt it out live.


Unfortunate choice of words

In hindsight... absolutely.

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Re: RIP Chris Cornell [Brian in MA] [ In reply to ]
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Got in the car to go swim this morning (I know, TTSTTTF!) and this song was playing on a local station. Recognised Cornell's voice and thought it was cool, never heard it before. Then it ended and the DJ said he'd been found dead in his room overnight. Absolutely shocked.


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Re: RIP Chris Cornell [Brian in MA] [ In reply to ]
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Brian in MA wrote:
Only 52, died unexpectedly after a show in Detroit last night. Such a great vocalist.

https://www.bostonglobe.com/...eCwvlQj7GxK/amp.html

Maybe it is time to open a national dialog on drugs and depression. So sad that a successful talented man with a beautiful wife and kids would get to the point where suicide is the preferred option.
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Re: RIP Chris Cornell [getcereal] [ In reply to ]
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Reportedly closed last night's show in Detroit with a cover of Led Zep's "In My Time of Dying", sad.



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Re: RIP Chris Cornell [tazunemono] [ In reply to ]
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tazunemono wrote:
Anyone want to hazard a guess as to cause of death?

I read a story that he had something around his neck which led people to suspect suicide.
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Re: RIP Chris Cornell [Perseus] [ In reply to ]
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Death has been ruled a suicide.

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How does Danny Hart sit down with balls that big?
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Re: RIP Chris Cornell [veganerd] [ In reply to ]
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veganerd wrote:
I saw soundgarden open for guns n roses in 1992. My first big concert. Loved them after seeing that show.

I saw G&R during that Tour in Holland. Blind Melon and the Cult opened.
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