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Re: Rock & Roll Star Death Pool
BobKay #424908 04/12/17 01:52 AM
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Another one kicks the bucket. J. Geils, the lead guitarist and founder of J. Geils Band passed this Tuesday April 11. a press release that a preliminary investigation "indicates that Geils died of natural causes."


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Re: Rock & Roll Star Death Pool
BobKay #424909 04/12/17 02:52 AM
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A sad day indeed. There is no such thing as gravity the earth sux.


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Re: Rock & Roll Star Death Pool
BobKay #425597 05/18/17 11:27 AM
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Chris Cornell, lead singer for Soundgarden and Audioslave aged 52

Re: Rock & Roll Star Death Pool
alan #425599 05/18/17 04:07 PM
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Originally Posted By alan
Not just depressing. Unseemly and macabre.

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Alan, it was SUPPOSED to be those things, as it was meant as a "prediction" thread, like Vegas odds. It has become merely an obit listing now. Sorry I failed.

Early reports are that Chris may have done himself in. Kurt is gone, Layne is gone. If that report is accurate, then Eddie Vedder better watch out.

Now THAT'S unseemly and macabre, I hope.


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Re: Rock & Roll Star Death Pool
BobKay #425600 05/18/17 04:26 PM
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Originally Posted By BobKay

Early reports are that Chris may have done himself in. Kurt is gone, Layne is gone. If that report is accurate, then Eddie Vedder better watch out.


Yes, Scott Weiland is also gone (in 2015), seems the grunge movement left as quickly as it came in...

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BBIBH #425603 05/18/17 09:41 PM
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Hey, Mike! You're becoming like my aged relatives---I only see you at funerals. Hope you're well and life is pissah!

(You know, I never got the Pearl-Jam-imitator slamming that STP was the brunt of. I never considered them grunge. Their music reflected a much broader range of influences from deep R & R history. I split the Seattle ticket down the middle; yay on AIC and Nirvana, far less for Soundgarden and PJ. Loved Chris C. Not so much Eddie.)

See, I didn't say anything bad about the dead ones.

BTW, in no Chris Cornell story today did it mention he wrote the intro song to a James Bond movie. That's McCartney territory and was a big deal at the time.


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BobKay #425604 05/18/17 09:49 PM
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Shitty. That sucks. I loved soundgarden. Superunknown was a big part of my teenage years.

Everyone should listen to "the day I tried to live" on this day of Chris's death. Rest well wierd beard.

Horns up.

Oh yeah, hi Bob

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BobKay #425609 05/19/17 01:51 AM
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Just read the lyrics while listening to that song. He was not in a happy place, or at least whoever wrote the song. These grunge guys -all seem so tragic,no a happy lot. Still a great loss, another great gone .


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Greg Allman, at, you guessed it, 69.


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BobKay #425689 05/27/17 11:14 PM
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There.


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