Chris Cornell - RIP

Discussion in 'SMB' started by Big Sharp Teeth, May 18, 2017.

  1. Helmerroids

    Helmerroids Midfield

    Man, what a tremendous show - love the Nothing Compares 2 U and Day in the Life covers. I find it gut wrenching to watch at the minute, hearing that voice in an acoustic set though, just incredible..
  2. UTW

    UTW Midfield

    Finding it very hard to listen to any of his acoustic stuff tonight :cry:

    The statement from his partner backs up what some of the folk at his last gig were saying about him seeming a bit off and not all with it
  3. Could have been written directly as a response to Andy Rooney in April 1994 that like.
  4. cluffy

    cluffy Striker

    Great Singer
    His last tweet was a KISS reference...part of the KISS Army
    Would have loved to see him perform :cry:
  5. kossoff

    kossoff Winger

    Maybe. But most of the live videos I've seen him in, he always looks a bit glazed/not really there.
  6. Fossa

    Fossa Midfield

    Same here, mate. I'm going through it slowly and my phone has suddenly gained many songs over the past 24 hours.

    Last night I just listened to loads of covers which he sang, such a talent.
  7. osamabingeordie

    osamabingeordie Midfield

    Couldn't find an add free link to my fav one by them - found it

    Last edited: May 20, 2017
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  8. kossoff

    kossoff Winger

    The man even sang Christmas related songs:

  9. Billy Batts

    Billy Batts Striker

    This has hit me more than anyone who's passed :(

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  10. Fossa

    Fossa Midfield

    I've never listened to any Temple of the Dog material or "Seasons" before ... amazing music.

    I really don't know what I'd include in my top 5 ... songs like "Pretty Noose" are difficult to listen to now :(.
  11. Thurston

    Thurston Winger

    I don't really get the comparison, here. Audioslave were just much more my cup of tea to be honest. I initially got into them as I liked Rage Against the Machine and I'm a massive fan of Tom Morello.

    While Slash's most memorable work was undoubtedly with Guns n' Roses, you could far more easily say that much more of Chris Cornell's most memorable work came with Audioslave, or even on his own, or even just the Bond song - which I love. I don't see the problem.

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