Farewell,Scott Weiland

The 90s were quite a transgressional decade,with everything from a Democrat President(Bill Clinton) who solved our nation’s economy problem(which grew worse after he left office) to the music evolving and rapidly changing from heavy metal to grunge/alternative rock,with most of it being major crap with a few major sparkles that included the likes of Soundgarden and Stone Temple Pilots,with the latter band leaving a major impression upon being one of the most unique and original bands in decades that had quite the singer in Scott Weiland,a man whose vocals were so unique and inspiring that both of his bands Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver were unable to continue without him.

Today,the music will have to continue with Weiland,whose frequent addiction to heroin and crack cocaine in the mid/late 90s and early/mid 00s/2000s had costed him both his jobs in his bands and his vocals,which had sadly faded away,ala ex-Ratt singer Stephen Pearcy. He passed away at the age of 48 while on tour with his current band The Wildabouts(who were the back-up group in his solo career) and was found dead in his sleep while on board on their tour bus.

It is not only a sad reminder that the 90s are truly gone,but also that 2015 has lost another talent in show business. Farewell,Scott Weiland,for I never knew you nor met you but I strongly felt your impact that you left upon the world of music,for you will be very heavily missed.

Coming This Friday: KRAMPUS

Coming In Two Weeks: STAR WARS:EPISODE 7

Steven M.

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About stevenmillan

I'm just a simple genre cinema fan(NOT a fanboy and NOT a geek)who widely glimpses onto the latest in cinema news,cinema events,and world news of the day events,and just to warn you(especially if you're one of those politically correct elitists,or strongly despise folks that never brownnose the genre cinema media press):I do sharply bite.
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