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  • RIP Chris Cornell

    What an influential, talented musician taken from us last night. May he rest in peace.
    Last edited by Underbird; 05-18-2017, 08:30 AM.
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    I'm absolutely gutted, Chris was one of my favourite artists growing up and all of his various projects were always a mainstay on my iPod. Really owning that raspy sound and having vocal range to show for it really motivated me to keep trying to go forward musically despite not having a great singing voice.

    He's going to be sorely missed.
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    • #3
      Horrible news

      sounds like it was suicide as well (according to a tweet by AP)

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      • #4
        Still can't believe this. I always thought of Cornell and Soundgarden as the heart and soul of grunge

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        • #5
          I know. While I enjoyed him in Soundgarden, I absolutely loved Audioslave. I still listen to their stuff religiously. I also enjoyed his life acoustic version of 'Billie Jean'.
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          • #6
            I'm still in shock too. Layne and Weiland had rather public struggles that you could see something happening from a mile away. Chris wasn't one of those people, or at least wasn't very public about it. Usually this doesn't happen so late in a career either.

            ​​​​​​It just doesn't feel real.
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            • #7
              Absolutely fantastic musician. I got the pleasure of seeing Soundgarden in concert back in 2013 alongside Alice in Chains and a few other bands... Chris seemed to be on the straight and narrow with his sobriety... really bummed out he was struggling without making it known. Goes to show you that no matter how successful you are, you are never too big to struggle with your demons. R.I.P. Chris Cornell.
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              • #8
                Toxicology report states Chris had 7 different kinds of prescription drugs in his system at the time of death.

                I'm still really upset about this, but I know for a fact Chris didn't do this on his own accord.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Richard Hammond View Post
                  Toxicology report states Chris had 7 different kinds of prescription drugs in his system at the time of death.

                  I'm still really upset about this, but I know for a fact Chris didn't do this on his own accord.

                  "For a fact" lolwut. You've never met him and have had no personal contact with him, yet you're an expert on his personal life? Chris had his demons for many years.
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                  • #10
                    Being under the influence of several different drugs doesn't give you a clear state of mind and certainly doesn't give you the ability to be yourself.

                    I know from several years of prescription drug abuse that your decisions really aren't your own when you're that deep into it.
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