RIP Chris Cornell

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lynchie137
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Re: RIP Chris Cornell

Postby lynchie137 » June 1st, 2017, 7:25 pm

I am still in shock. R.I.P .

Tron
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Re: RIP Chris Cornell

Postby Tron » June 2nd, 2017, 11:15 pm

jon wrote:This is terrible and I'm very sad about it. I'm a big fan. I felt like Chris Cornell was great in every project he did. I thought that he had longevity in a genre that most people are over the hill by their late 20's. No one rights good songs later than that really, and he did it. Obviously Soundgarden is amazing. But I think his work as a solo artist (including the amazing Bond theme) and with Audioslave was so impressive because he was doing it in his late 30's and 40's.


In general I believe your points to be accurate, but don't understand why. Creating music isn't like basketball were your body breaks down over time. If anything people become wiser and more insightful with old age. So why is that most musicians have their best work in their youth? A joke, but not a joke.....they stop doing drugs?


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