Recopilación de comentarios en redes sociales de multitud de músicos que han querido dedicar sus palabras a Chris Cornell horas después de darse a conocer su muerte.

THE GENERAL JOURNALS: DIARY OF A FRONTMAN… AND OTHER RAMBLINGS —————————— CHRIS CORNELL I am literally stunned. Bummed. Saddened by this most surprising of deaths. 52…!? Suicide…?! P-Bill, Drunkard and I had just seen him at the San Francisco Civic with Temple Of The Dog and he was unbelievable. I mean, UNBELIEVABLE! It was such an amazing show. The high we felt after that show was indescribable, watching this band we fucking LOVED, playing for the first time 25 years. Hanging with my friends, it was such a good time… such a good show. Nowadays, it seems like more and more people say things all the time like "so-and-so was the greatest", “The G.O.A.T.", and after VH1 started putting out Behind The Music’s suddenly everyone was a “legend”. And for the most part it’s unwarranted. The accolades bestowed on most bands/members the days is WAY out of proportion. The hard truth is that most of these guys are wannabe’s, who during the so-called golden-era of rock/metal, never would have been signed because they just weren’t/aren't good enough. Not Chris Cornell. He was THE BEST. Period. To me, that dude will always sit atop a place that very few singers will ever reach. First off; that voice. Holy fuck, that VOICE! One minute it could be the deepes… ??. . . READ THE REST AT OUR FB PAGE, OR LATER ON AT MH1 #chriscornell

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Horrible news. Can still remember seeing Soundgarden at cbgb's way back in the early nineties. They were awesome.

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Goodbye darling boy . Please say hi to all my loved ones . I cried for you today . Rip .

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Shocked & saddened by the news of Chris Cornell's passing. RIP.

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