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PostPosted: Thu May 18, 2017 10:26 pm 
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Where's my music fellas at? Unfortunate day today. One of my rock idols growing up was found dead, Chris Cornell. Frontman of soundgarden and Audioslave and also obviously did work with Eddie Vedder in Temple of The Dog.
I'm not one to ever care about celebrity deaths, call me insensitive lol. But this one sucks. I always wanted to see him live. Heard one of his live performances on Sirius XM octane today and made me kinda sad. He was such a bad ass growing up, such a shame.
I'm sure there's some fellow music fans here.

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PostPosted: Fri May 19, 2017 6:11 am 
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I saw that and thought wtf he's not that old is he?! I mean I'm closing in on 40...oh. So he wasn't young, but way too young to die. I wasn't a huge fan in the 90's, I mean I liked it but it's not what I listened to most. In recent years I've been revisiting grunge & his stuff seems more pleasing to my ears now. If this keeps up(good musicians dieing) then we'll be left with only sh*tty music.

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I think a lot of these people get taken out

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PostPosted: Fri May 19, 2017 5:16 pm 
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Alloutofdonuts wrote:
I saw that and thought wtf he's not that old is he?! I mean I'm closing in on 40...oh. So he wasn't young, but way too young to die. I wasn't a huge fan in the 90's, I mean I liked it but it's not what I listened to most. In recent years I've been revisiting grunge & his stuff seems more pleasing to my ears now. If this keeps up(good musicians dieing) then we'll be left with only sh*tty music.


Right, it's sad. A lot of the good ones are gone. Staley, Cornell and cobain all gone now. I always loved Chris Cornells music. He was such an amazing artist. Raised lots of money for charity and just seemed like a great dude. Heard his prince cover and was blown away because I hate prince lol.
The music world is a worse place for his loss. No doubt.

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