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Beautiful, Chelsea, and Coldplay: 40+ of the SADDEST SON GS EVER Mainstream and otherwise 1."Hurt" , Johnny Cash ( Written by Nine inch nails.) 2. "Fall from grace", Future Islands 3. "How to disappear completely", Radioheac 4. "Fade to black", Metallica 5. Little sun", Blues pills 6. Everybody hurts", R.E.M 7. Strange fruits", Billy Holiday 8. "Hallelujah", Jeff Buckley (Written by Leonard Cohen) 9."Hero", Regina Spektor 10. Wish you were here", Pink Floyd 11. Polly come home", Robert Plant feat. Alison Krauss 12. "Don't panic", Coldplay 13. "Fade into you", Mazzy star 14. Flatlands", Chelsea Wolfe 15. "Gorecki", Lamb 16."Mother's little helper", Arno (Written by The Rolling stones) 17. The sparrow" , Mastodon 19. Time in A Bottle", Jim Croce 20. Troy", Sinead O'connor 21."Life less ordinary", The Bronx 22·"Suicide Note, Pt. 1",Pantera 23."Do you feel it?", Chaos chaos 24. Family portrait", Pink 25. "Albatross", Fleetwood Mac (Instrumental) 26."Then came the last days of May", Blue Öyster Cult 27."Marrow", YOB 28."1 Will Wait For You", Connie Francis 29."La vie en rose", Edith Piaf 30."The show must go on", Queen 31."Fjara", Solstafir 32. Over my shoulder", MIKA 33. Time", Hans Zimmer (Instrumenta) 34. "A simple mistake", Anathema 35."Changes", Charles Bradley ( Written by Black Sabbath) 36."I started a joke", Bee Gees 37."In the shade of the sun", Kapitan Korsakov 38. "Comforting sounds", Mew 39. Time flies", Vaya con Dios 40."Evil", Interpol 41. "Needle in the hay", Elliot Smith 42. "Cleanin' out my closet", Eminem 43. "Angels, The XX 44."Hutt 45. "The End", The Doors ( Apocalypse Now... That intro.) 46. "Jordan", Rival Sons 47."White Trash Beautiful", Everlast 48. Roads", Portishead 49. Black", Pearl Jam 50. The needle and the damage done", Neil Young erite mile", 16 Horsepower Who wants some feels?

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Friends, Love, and Music: <p><a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLMiLwwDI3U" target="_blank"><strong>Web Exclusive Interview: Chris Cornell on &ldquo;Footsteps&rdquo; and Pearl Jam</strong></a></p> <p>Chris Cornell&rsquo;s performance of &ldquo;Footsteps&rdquo; with the Avett Brothers kicks off Late Night&rsquo;s Pearl Jam week tonight. &ldquo;Footsteps&rdquo; was released by Pearl Jam as the B-side to the &ldquo;Jeremy&rdquo; single in 1992, just as the band was exploding in popularity. What few people realized at the time was that the same music, but with different lyrics, had previously been released as a song called &ldquo;Times of Trouble&rdquo; on an album from the band Temple of the Dog in 1991. Temple of the Dog was a one-off studio collaboration between Cornell and the non-singing members of the band that would become Pearl Jam, who had all been friends for many years having grown up in Seattle. Temple of the Dog was inspired by the death of their mutual friend Andrew Wood, the lead singer of the Seattle band Mother Love Bone, which featured Jeff Ament and Stone Gossard in the years before Pearl Jam.</p> <p>It was during the Temple of the Dog sessions that Ament and Gossard first recorded with Eddie Vedder, who had come to Seattle to audition for the band that Pearl Jam would become. Cornell and Vedder also became lifelong friends after that meeting. As such, &ldquo;Footsteps&rdquo; is like an alternate history version of &ldquo;Times of Trouble&rdquo; from &ldquo;Temple of the Dog,&rdquo; which in some ways birthed Pearl Jam as a band.</p> <p>Check out Late Night tonight and catch Chris and the Avett Brothers performing &ldquo;Footsteps&rdquo;. </p>

Web Exclusive Interview: Chris Cornell on “Footsteps” and Pearl Jam Chris Cornell’s performance of “Footsteps” with the Avett Brothers kicks...

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