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    Wow, too young for sure.

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    fuck you world.

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    Damn. RIP.

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    I am going to cry. Anything behind the final song of their show last night?
    Heard they played "In my time of Dying" by Zep......
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    What a surprise. Probably the best voice in Rock. So many good songs. I was just practicing Outshined 2 days ago.

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    where I grew up and went to school in the early 90s, listening to this kind of music, you were a loser. I heard black hole sun and spoonman and I was hooked and didn't care who knew about it.

    to this day, black hole sun is still one of my all time favorites. Chris Cornell is an icon and it's sad to know he won't be making any new music.

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    too soon, RIP

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    as a child of grunge this makes me sad. i was really looking forward to seeing him play. amazing person and songwriter

    so just vetter left from the big 4. better go see pearl jam next time they come!

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    This news made me so incredibly sad when I heard it on the drive to work. Tyler on X was undeniably broken up about it.

    I really like audioslave.

    RIP Sir.
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    RIP.. A legend from grunge era without a doubt.

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    Pretty crappy. A lot of solid music came from this man.

    Apparent suicide eh? Makes it all that much worse...

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    RIP. Iconic voice and songwriter. Regret not seeing his solo act last time around.

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    Originally posted by Buster
    Incredible! I had not heard this before.

    Oh man, this news makes me so sad
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    this actually hurts! Chris- one of the best. Going camping today, we will play a long list of his hits all day.

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    Originally posted by legendboy
    as a child of grunge this makes me sad. i was really looking forward to seeing him play. amazing person and songwriter

    so just vetter left from the big 4. better go see pearl jam next time they come!
    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.

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    Cobain, Staley, Weiland and now, Cornell. Badmotorfinger, Superunknown, Down on the Upside, these albums helped to define the 90's and were a huge part of my youth.

    Yup, pretty much just Vedder left as the biggest part of that movement now.

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    I was literally just telling my coworker about who Chris Cornell was (we were talking about James Bond songs) like 5 minutes ago and then I read this

    I just feel in shock and disbelief right now, this was by far one of my long time favorite singers of all time... perhaps one of the most distinctive and talented voices of our time

    Originally posted by 01RedDX
    Yup, pretty much just Vedder left as the biggest part of that movement now.
    Originally posted by BigMass
    Mike Patton is still around.
    So is David Grohl

    Although now I am a bit worried this is the fate of all 90's grunge band singers. I really thought we had decades to enjoy new music and opportunities to see him play live coming from Cornell.
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    Originally posted by 01RedDX
    Cobain, Staley, Weiland and now, Cornell. Badmotorfinger, Superunknown, Down on the Upside, these albums helped to define the 90's and were a huge part of my youth.

    Yup, pretty much just Vedder left as the biggest part of that movement now.
    Mike Patton is still around.

    RIP Chris Cornell. Just crazy.

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