Just pondering mortality thinking about all this, considering I'm not that much younger than Cornell, and it's even more sad knowing that
almost all (except Ed) the lead singers from the amazing bands of that era are gone now. Kurt Cobain, Bradley Nowell, Layne Staley, Scott Weiland, and
now Chris Cornell.
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The Rowdy One
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posted on 5-19-2017 at 05:44 AM
quote:Originally posted by janerd75
Unlike all my friends that were into Pearl Jam, Alice In Chains and especially Soundgarden were much more my, uh, jam of that era of the Seattle
Out of those 3, AiC were my favorite, so I've kinda had this terribly sad moment already. Still, it sucks, because depression is a
terrible thing. If there is an afterlife, it has one hell of a supergroup going on right now.
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