Eric Erlandson says that the Nirvana frontman recorded a whole album's worth of solo demos
NME reports that in a new interview, Erlandson revealed that his old friend had recorded an album's worth of demos for a new solo project before he died.
Erlandson said: "He was headed in a direction that was really cool. It would have been his 'White Album'. That's really what he was going towards, a solo album but working with different people."
He continued: "I was really excited about some of the stuff he was working on. I got to see him play it in front of me. That's why I was really sad when he died. He was cut short. Who knows where this music would have gone?"
He said when asked if he thoughts the demos could be released: "I'm not in control of things. I just wish something would come together. I think the fans would be a lot happier. If nobody ever hears those songs, except for like three people, then that's the way it goes. I heard some talk about somebody putting together some raw, rough acoustic thing."
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