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Cornell Dispels Soundgarden Reunion

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Chris Cornell dispelled rumors of a potential reunion with his former Soundgarden band mates last week, saying that the band has discussed releasing a best of collection, NOT a reunion.


Chris Cornell dispelled rumors of a potential reunion with his former Soundgarden band mates last week, saying that the band has discussed releasing a best of collection, NOT a reunion. 


In an interview with Rolling Stone, Cornell said that "The only thing that we have talked about is trying to put together an album of B sides and maybe a box set with some unreleased tracks we have. This is something we first talked about 10 years ago."  Cornell went on to say "We all feel it’s time to do that, and we have a lot of fans out there, and we have a lot of new fans discovering our music, and I think the catalog and the legacy of the band has been ignored by the record label and previous management, so we decided to get together, and start working towards putting something like that out.”


In typical rock and roll fashion, when asked point blank if he would consider reuniting the beloved grunge rock band, he simply replied "You never know."


Stay tuned.




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Chris Cornell dispelled rumors of a potential reunion with his former Soundgarden band mates last week, saying that the band has discussed releasing a best of collection, NOT a reunion.

Chris Cornell dispelled rumors of a potential reunion with his former Soundgarden band mates last week, saying that the band has discussed releasing a best of collection, NOT a reunion. 


In an interview with Rolling Stone, Cornell said that "The only thing that we have talked about is trying to put together an album of B sides and maybe a box set with some unreleased tracks we have. This is something we first talked about 10 years ago."  Cornell went on to say "We all feel it’s time to do that, and we have a lot of fans out there, and we have a lot of new fans discovering our music, and I think the catalog and the legacy of the band has been ignored by the record label and previous management, so we decided to get together, and start working towards putting something like that out.”


In typical rock and roll fashion, when asked point blank if he would consider reuniting the beloved grunge rock band, he simply replied "You never know."


Stay tuned.



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