Billy Corgan remembers what he felt when Kurt Cobain died

-Both Billy Corgan and Kurt Cobain were two iconic figures in the world of rock in the 1990s. While each left their own mark on music and developed their own artistic style, there are certain similarities and connections between them that have shaped a curious enmity.


The musicians emerged at a pivotal moment for alternative music and grunge: Corgan alongside The Smashing Pumpkins and Cobain as the frontman and vocalist for Nirvana . Both groups achieved great commercial success and were considered part of the vanguard of the musical movement that was brewing at the time.

a great opponent

Now, in a recent interview with Zane Lowe for Apple Music 1 , Corgan has opened up about Cobain's death, not only confessing that he cried, but also that he felt he had lost "a great opponent" . The musician said, "I want to beat the best. I don't like winning the competition because it's just me and a bunch of idiots."

On the other hand, he revealed that he thinks there would be a lot less "trash music" coming out if Kurt was still alive. I like to think that a lot of the trash music that came after his death would not have existed if he had been around to criticize it, " Corgan said, adding: "Because he had the moral position to kill generations with his writing," he concluded. .



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