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Chris Cornell Cover of "Patience" Dropping Tomorrow


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22 minutes ago, Old_school_gnr_fan said:

I have no interest in hearing it. Probably about as good as Sheryl Crow’s cover of “Sweet Child O’ Mine”.

No worse than pink or fergies attempt 🤮

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So... now we are at a point, where dead artists release more GNR music, than guns n' roses itself? 🤦‍♂️

I haven't seen any other sources for this, but it looks like we're getting a Chris Cornell cover of Patience tomorrow morning.   

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53 minutes ago, rocknroll41 said:

He’s been dead for three years actually.

My mistake. It honestly feels like yesterday.

40 minutes ago, GNR_RNR said:

Going by that logic then releasing 'Shadow of Your Love' would mean GNR have released a "new" single.

No logic required for something that was clearly meant in satire.

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What a voice he had, everytime I listen to his cover of Nothing Compares to You, shivers go down my spine...he was amazing.

That said, this wasnt that good for me...Somehow GnR is very hard to cover and improve their original versions

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17 minutes ago, FuriousStyles said:

That was a pleasant surprise. He is missed!

It’s fucking terrific! Best GNR cover I’ve ever heard, honestly. RIP Chris 

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1 hour ago, Sydney Fan said:

I would take the stuff he did with audioslave than his solo stuff. Audioslave need props for putting rock back on the map in the early 2000s.I find the lyrics to his solo stuff to listen to as generic as listening to myles kennedy. But each their own. But SG is on a different level.

 

Musically his solo stuff was more interesting for me, I thought the first Audioslave record was great!! and then the follow ups were all middling, some great stuff but equally a lot of songs that were mediocre or just repeating themselves. 

Audioslave and Velvet Revolver along with the likes of the Strokes, Vines, Hives, Sum 41, Greenday all did a lot for rock music in those early 00s unfortunately they all disappeared as quickly as they came around, but there was a popular music scene that was heavy with guitars for a while there! i wouldn't like all those bands... but you can't dismiss them either!

30 minutes ago, sofine11 said:

It’s fucking terrific! Best GNR cover I’ve ever heard, honestly. RIP Chris 

I like it, but I preferred Norah Jones's version, and I prefer her version of BHS over GNRS version... it all comes full circle back to Norah!

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2 hours ago, Old_school_gnr_fan said:

I have no interest in hearing it. Probably about as good as Sheryl Crow’s cover of “Sweet Child O’ Mine”.

What a position to take:facepalm: 

if you listened and said "lol" or something similarly dull, that would be something at least! dismissing it before even hearing it is so stupid though, it does stupid a disservice.

Also, I'm not a huge fan of the Sheryl Crow version of SCOM but as far as covers go, I have heard far, far worse! 

11 minutes ago, Basic_GnR_Fan said:

Always great to hear Cornell's voice. My favorite covert that he did was the cover of Metallica's "One" with the melody of U2's "One."

For me it was his version of Redemption song!

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Just listened to it twice.  I like his version of the outro melody - just different enough to keep it interesting but loyal to the original.  He had such a great voice.  I was lucky enough to catch one of the Temple of the Dog shows - they played No Quarter by Zeppelin and covered Sabbath if I recall and his voice absolutely wailed on those tracks.

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14 minutes ago, surforia said:

Just listened to it twice.  I like his version of the outro melody - just different enough to keep it interesting but loyal to the original.  He had such a great voice.  I was lucky enough to catch one of the Temple of the Dog shows - they played No Quarter by Zeppelin and covered Sabbath if I recall and his voice absolutely wailed on those tracks.

He was incredible on those 2 songs! Especially No Quarter! 

He could be very hit and miss live, but when he was on it was incredible to watch and listen to! 

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i wouldn't say better, but...

"That's the miracle of music. No one can reinterpret a Picasso, but a song can be remixed and covered and interpreted in an infinite number of ways. It's a living thing." Chris Cornell

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15 minutes ago, TheSlashrose said:

Better than original

 

Chris was amazing

 

Happy B Chris

You must be kidding right?

I agree it may sound fresh because youve probably have heard the original 3 million times...but I invite you to relisten it and rethink what you’ve said hahaah

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8 hours ago, vloors said:

Why because i don like the shitty synthesizer sounds that was used on this song. 

Your comment is really the donkey nuts. 

Yeah, that's exactly why... as sharp as a knife you mullet heads! Rock on, my dude! :headbang:

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12 hours ago, DonkeyNuts said:

Fucking great cover!

 

 

I like Chris's take....

I ALWAYS thought that it must be incredibly hard to take someone else's song and putting your own spin in it without sounding too much like you're just trying you re-sing the exact song with just your own vocals. 

This was pretty creative....IMO.

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Cornell is my favorite singer and I have loved his music since first hearing Outshined back in the day. I think I cried a bit the day he died. His voice when crooning gives me goosebumps and when screaming those high-pitched screams a hard-on. This cover, as many of his covers, was a bit boring, though. I actually never liked his covers that much. Except for Stray Cat Blues. 

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Chris's voice was/is one of the best ever and I thoroughly enjoy anything he did, including the controversial album Scream. This cover sounded very Higher Truth-esque, and would've fit in on that album nicely. 

This cover was not anywhere near as good as Axl's: the lack of whistling threw me off and I was expecting Chris to really go hard on the last verse.

At any rate, fortunate to have new music from Chris.

 

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10 hours ago, Towelie said:

His cover of Nothing Compares 2 U was rubbish and the less said about his massacre of Billie Jean the better.

Sorry, I know we all have to love Chris now that he's dead, but I find him very generic.

OK? 

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