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Despite the inherent problems with trying to prove a negative, I feel comfortable calling BS on this one. There is no (internet) evidence for this assertion when searching for "Soundgarden cult", "Chris Cornell cult", or even "Kim Thayil cult." Same is true if you replace "cult" with "religion" or "movement". There is no (internet) evidence for the ...


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Any band that takes members from multiple previously established bands should always be considered a new band. If Cornell wanted these songs to be Soundgarden songs, he'd have done them with Soundgarden. But, at the same time, when you have a certain writing style which permeated your previous band, you're always going to sound a little like that band. So,...


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