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Mike Patton is still around.

RIP Chris Cornell. Just crazy.



Patton is one of those artists that a lot of people just don't know or hear about. Probably one of the most interesting artists to be involved with so many different projects including Mr.Bungle, Tomahawk and Fantomas to name a few.

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So is David Grohl



Mark Arm and Billy Corgan too

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Mark Arm and Billy Corgan too



I would never consider Corgan "grunge" music but more rock. Not saying Corgan isn't talented or that Smashing Pumpkins wasn't a good band.

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Originally posted by firebane

I would never consider Corgan "grunge" music but more rock. Not saying Corgan isn't talented or that Smashing Pumpkins wasn't a good band.



Maybe not grunge (Faith No More also wasn't grunge) but still music from that era that came out around the same timeline. I feel Weiland and Cornell in particular were the most talented vocalists from that era so pretty unfortunate that both are no longer with us.

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Man, this sucks. Sounds like officials are confirming it a suicide.

I still remember being younger and playing ATV Offroad Fury and jamming out to Spoonman on the soundtrack on repeat over and over and over. Fun times.



Cornell managed to find his way through different musical eras and genres while keeping his 'sound' and making epic songs about meaningful stuff. Not a lot of musicians have had the lasting effect he has had on the scene.

Just my opinion - but Id say Cornell's death is much worse of a loss to the music community than Cobain's suicide. Not that either deaths were good, just that I find Nirvana to be overated. Maybe that's just because I started listening to that genre a bit later than most.

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Big fan of Soundgarden and Chris Cornell from back in the day. RIP and he will surely be missed! Sad news indeed...

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aw man hearing he hung himself is sad. i know he was in recovery

having never had the chance to see aic, lane for me is the biggest loss. depressing day

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I saw him last summer doing is solo acoustic tour, was incredible.

Can't imagine what he was going through, RIP.

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Originally posted by firebane


Big 4?

Kurt Cobain, Layne Staley, Dave Grohl, Chris Cornell, Andrew Wood (Mother Love Bone)

There was a lot of big names from the grunge era that I would consider big.



true, it was a quick post. my xbox live id is L0VE 1S A F1ST

Originally posted by Buster
Nothing compares..



Thats awesome, i have been listening to other music as of late, never heard this

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Originally posted by OTown
Just my opinion - but Id say Cornell's death is much worse of a loss to the music community than Cobain's suicide. Not that either deaths were good, just that I find Nirvana to be overated. Maybe that's just because I started listening to that genre a bit later than most.

I fully agree with that

I have a lot of Nirvana songs, but I tend to skip through them when I am in the car when I am not feeling it. I almost never skip through Audioslave or SoundGarden songs on the other hand though.

Originally posted by legendboy
aw man hearing he hung himself is sad.


Sad, but not really surprising that is the way he decided to go

In before "Pretty Noose" reference

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