I don't think so. He's so precise about his hair. I don't have time for that kind of crap. Last time I saw a guy with a goatee that precisely trimmed, he was being led around on a leash attached to his genital piercings by a big, beefy leather daddy at the Folsom Street Fair. Actually, that's a lie, but hey... it's Soundgarden we're ripping on here! ;->
Still, it's worth remembering that behind every troubled 'young' artiste like Chris Cornell is a catty gay hairstylist with no last name and scissors of gold. Ladies and gentlemen, let's all give a moment of silent appreciation for the gay hairstylists out there, without whom angst wouldn't be half as sexy.
... and exhale. Good for you. Smoke 'em if you've got 'em.
I'm not opposed to Soundgarden in theory, but I don't listen to them or own any of their albums. I never really cared much for grunge, and would probably trade the entire grunge scene for one more band as good as Sonic Youth in their prime. I'd trade it for The Pixies, too. Hell... I might even trade them all for X, especially if you threw in Big Black to boot. Basically, there were a lot of bands who did the whole grunge thing a lot better a long time ago... by the time grunge finally "arrived", it was already dated.
Grunge - wasn't that the music they used to play in gallerias before it became passe?!