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Old 2nd March 2021, 11:56 AM
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I picked out the first Audioslave to listen to this morning, Nos, but went with The Rolling Stones Goat's Head Soup album instead.
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Old 2nd March 2021, 12:01 PM
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I'm a fan of Audioslave too, listened to that first album a lot when it came out, think i'll listen to them later on this afternoon, after my trip to the shop!
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I picked out the first Audioslave to listen to this morning, Nos, but went with The Rolling Stones Goat's Head Soup album instead.
It's a bit different to the two pop-punk albums which preceded it!
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I'm a fan of Audioslave too, listened to that first album a lot when it came out, think i'll listen to them later on this afternoon, after my trip to the shop!
Chris Cornell is probably my most missed musician from recent times. He could put his voice to anything. A voice which is timeless. It could be on the latest metal release in 2021 or a classic rock record from 1970.
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Old 2nd March 2021, 12:06 PM
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It's a bit different to the two pop-punk albums which preceded it!
An altogether classier record.

Having said that i don't think i've listened to more than two songs by Good Charlotte.
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Old 2nd March 2021, 12:07 PM
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I miss him loads every time I hear his voice, an absolute talent in every way.
He and Eddie Vedder on Temple of the Dog, awesome.
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Chris Cornell is probably my most missed musician from recent times. He could put his voice to anything. A voice which is timeless. It could be on the latest metal release in 2021 or a classic rock record from 1970.
Every time I listen to Soundgarden, Audioslave, or his solo albums, I have mixed emotions: joy tinged with sadness, and a bit of disbelief that he is no longer alive and making music.

I think Myles Kennedy is a great vocalist and similar to Chris Cornell in his versatility and talent, but Cornell was a one-off and, like you, I still miss him.
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I miss him loads every time I hear his voice, an absolute talent in every way.
He and Eddie Vedder on Temple of the Dog, awesome.
That reminds me. I still haven't got the last TWO Pearl Jam albums...What the hell am i doing?

Meanwhile...

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Every time I listen to Soundgarden, Audioslave, or his solo albums, I have mixed emotions: joy tinged with sadness, and a bit of disbelief that he is no longer alive and making music.

I think Myles Kennedy is a great vocalist and similar to Chris Cornell in his versatility and talent, but Cornell was a one-off and, like you, I still miss him.
Kennedy is my favourite of the newer singers by a long distance.
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