Chris Cornell R.I.P. (1964-2017)

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Vinyl Addict, May 19, 2017 at 10:52 AM.

  1. Vinyl Addict

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    Not sure why the other thread was closed, but can we keep this one open please?
     
  2. LarryP

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    They removed that thread....???
     
  3. Vinyl Addict

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    Enough talk about the other thread (don't want this one closed too), let's get back on topic here.;)
     
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  4. ThirdBowl

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  5. The other thread was basically becoming a 'Monday Morning Quarterback' session on the why's and what for's of the man's death, and a rather strange first person channeling.

    In short, it was getting creepy and out of hand.
     
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  6. Beatnik_Daddyo'73

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    ....no one mention depr@&sion or Ati#%n. :oops:

    Still in disbelief...... :(
     
  7. Chris was great, he rocked and still does if you play his and his colleagues music.
     
  8. patient_ot

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  9. Vinyl Addict

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    Let's stay on topic here, please?
     
  10. amoergosum

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    ...sad that the thread got closed. I'm not gonna repost the pictures and videos here.
     
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  11. Vinyl Addict

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    Please do.
     
  12. Vinyl Addict

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    The topic of this thread is the untimely death of Chris Cornell.
    The topic of this thread is not "Why was the other thread closed"
     
  13. Beatnik_Daddyo'73

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    ....I was in my teens when Seattle took over the music world and I connected with it right away. It was MY music. A killer mix of my dad's classic rock, that I grew up on, and my punk rock. Soundgarden was always my favorite and I still play those albums as much as anything. This hurts bad.

    I played Euphoria Morning all day yesterday. That album has always been a favorite, but it takes on a different meaning now and forever more.
     
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  15. ghostnotes

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    I'm personally spent, not re-posting all my thoughts in this thread, so I'll just say RIP to a rock hero and an incredible voice. Forget why he's gone...he's gone, and it sucks.
     
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  16. mooseman

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    Another great voice has been silenced. RIP Chris..:cry:
     
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  17. Holy Diver

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    Great talent gone too soon. RIP.
     
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  18. Rosskolnikov

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    Apparently, this new thread is limited to discussing the great Chris Cornell resting in peace. So I hope he does.
     
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  19. Complier

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    I never really considered Soundgarden to be "grunge". I always thought of them as a hard rock band that happen to come from Seattle. Big fan of everything from "Ultramega Ok" through "Superunknown". I saw them once when Lolapalooza hit Moosic, PA (first ever music event at Montage).

    Great band with a fantastic voice.
     
    Last edited: May 19, 2017 at 11:37 AM
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  21. Spear and Magic Helmet

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    I was just looking up the chords for "Fell On Black Days" a few days ago. Great song. . . not many people can pull off a song in 6/4 so it sounds natural. Chris Cornell was a major talent and Rock music is poorer with him gone.
     
  22. Johnny Rocker

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    R.i.p., Chris, time for the black hole sun, you truly rocked! Sound garden rules![​IMG]
     
  23. lightbulb

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    Rest In Peace Chris Cornell.

    I wasn't aware of how many other musicians, a very wide community, that his music, talents, and thoughts touched.

    Deepest sympathies to his family and close friends.
     
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  25. Nice Marmot

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    I've been playing everything I have of Chris', as well as anywhere he's made an appearance, since yesterday. Louder Than Love, Euphoria Morning, The Singles soundtrack, Screaming Trees - Uncle Anesthesia, Alice In Chains - Sap.

    I have yet to play Badmotorfinger. It's my favorite and when I play it, I'm going to get hit hard.
     

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