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Chris Cornell talks about depression in 2007 unreleased interview

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Chris Cornell talks about depression in 2007 unreleased interview

An interview never released before shows Soundgarden vocalist Chris Cornell talking about depression and about his family.

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Recorded in 2007, the talk is part of the Mistress Carrie’s Side Piece podcast from Boston’s WAAF and shows Cornell revealing that she was at a very good stage in her life.

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Asked if the musician was happier than ever, he replied “I can not even compare. I have had a lot of luck and a good life, but also a chaotic life and I went through very difficult periods. Some of them have been taxed and some have lost so many people I miss. ”

“Now, I did not even know that life could be like this. Be happy with my wife, have a family that is part of my career where there is no falsehood. ”

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He continued to tell me that changing his lifestyle at the time greatly affected his solo album Carry On. “Composing was a totally different experience than any I’ve ever had. Instead of going to the studio and sitting in a dark room – like I did – and composing myself, I was in a room in my house listening to my children playing outside. I never had that feeling of loneliness that I used to have and that brought me to depression so many times. This is no longer part of my life and it’s great. ”

Chris Cornell was found dead on May 17, 2017 in a hotel room at age 52.

 Listen to the excerpt in which the singer talks about depression below:

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