#1
There have been some sad, devastating, and tragic deaths in the history of music. There have also been concert mishaps which have harmed bands and fans. What was the saddest in your opinion?

I've got a few: Tupac, John Lennon, Dimebag Darrell, Hendrix, and Jim Morrison.
#3
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John boham, randy Rhodes , Stevie ray, lynyrd skynyrd



Oh yeah, forgot to mention lynyrd skynyrd
#4
Andy Wood, Kurt Cobain, Layne Staley
"Pain or damage don't end the world nor despair, nor fuckin' beatings. The world ends when you're dead, until then you have more punishment in store. Stand it like a man, and give some back."
#7
Many sad deaths, but the worst for me always, always will be Hendrix. Given the astonishing work he produced over just a few years, it hurts to think of what he may have come up with if he'd lived a long and healthy life.
#8
Dimebag Darrell
Randy Rhoads
Cliff Burton
John Lennon
Jimi Hendrix
John Bonham
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Jim Morrison
Tupac Shakur/Notorious BIG

Not Kurt Cobain, screw him.
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#10
rip chuck spirit crusher 4ever
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#11
Cliff Burton. Why did he have to take the top bunk? Why couldn't it be Lars Ulrich?
Tomorrow will take us away
Far from home
No one will ever know our names
But the bards' songs will remain
Tomorrow will take it away
The fear of today
It will be gone
Due to our magic songs

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I'm glad you mentioned Schuldiner because his death was tragic but you're a giant cunt.
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#14
chuck's death was sad only because it wasn't soon enough
lstfm

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I'm a Nazi, yes I am
I'm a Nazi schatzi, you know I'll fight for the Fatherland
#15
Stevie Ray Vaughan and Cliff Burton would have to be the worst deaths in music for me. Just imagine seeing SRV live in person, soulfully shredding out of his mind; or Metallica with an extra 27 years of Burton's' genius.
#16
All of the above + Jeff Hanneman. His death wasn't sudden, but it definitely was a sad chain of events.
#17
Bon Scott is another I almost forgot about.

I remember when Back in Black came out, we thought great record, crappy singer, but in retrospect, great record
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#23
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Jeff Buckley. Only managed to leave us one album, but my God what an album.


Ehh all covers...
#25
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I'm glad you mentioned Schuldiner because his death was tragic but you're a giant cunt.


Glad you think so.
#26
The ones that aren't drug related and or fight related are the most tragic.
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#31
His death wasn't sudden, but it definitely was a sad chain of events.
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#36
I haven't saw anyone else put him, so Duane Allman. R.I.P Skydog.
Also Berry Oakly and Ronnie Van Zant.