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As a solo performer former Soundgarden and Audioslave singer Chris Cornell never seems completely comfortable choosing a path. His second solo album Carry On, much like his first solo project 1999’s Euphoria Morning, finds Cornell searching for the balance between his hard rock roots and the new, open possibilities and freedom that solo work present. “No Such Thing” kicks things off with the tough histrionics that have always been Cornell’s forte. However, several cuts along, Cornell sports a soulful strut (“Safe and Sound,” “She’ll Never Be Your Man”) that sounds as if he’s hunkered down in a funky nightclub for the evening. Throw in an odd acoustic coffeehouse–friendly cover of Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean” that’s informed by Cornell’s innate foreboding sense and you get the feeling that he’s looking to throw everyone off his scent. Old school Joe Cocker? Future duets with Joan Osborne? Back to the hard rock grind? The man’s got the range to pull off whatever he chooses and Carry On proves this in its scrambled way.

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One of the best voices in rock

From the moment i heard 'Jesus Christ Pose' and 'Outshined', back in the days of Soundgarden's Badmotorfinger, i thought Chris Cornell had one of the best voices in rock - and it's as good here, if not better than, any of his previous work, whether with Soundgarden, Audioslave, or his other solo album, Euphoria Morning. Carry On, in my opinion, is a great improvement over his last solo effort, and a hell of an album, and a varied one. There's even a cover of Jacko's classic 'Billie Jean'!! Of course, he's taken it in a completely new direction, and for me it's one of the best tracks on the album. What can i say, i love the guy's voice. :D


The greatest voice of modern times returns with his second solo album which is a total different direction from the Audioslave era. More in tune with the also brilliant "Euphoria Morning", "Carry On" is full of heartfelt anthems such as "Arms Around Your Love", "Safe and Sound" and "Roads We Choose", however Chris still sticks to his Heavy Rock roots with the awesome "No Such Thing", the 1st single released in America after his well received James Bond classic "You Know My Name". Simply great music, also for a little known treat download his cover of the Led Zepplin Classic "Thank You" from the "Arms Around Your Love" UK single, well worth the money.

chris is back

This album from former Audioslave and Soundgarden rock god Chris Cornell shows a return to form. He always had an amazing voice but after some less than credible performances for the forementioned bands he is re-claiming his godly status. In what is rumoured to be one of the best albums of this decade one thing is clear - Chris is back


Born: 20 July 1964 in Seattle, WA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Originally finding success as the frontman of Seattle's Soundgarden, rock vocalist Chris Cornell forged a successful career after the band's 1997 demise, both with the supergroup Audioslave and as a diverse solo artist. Born in Seattle on July 20, 1964, his music career didn't take shape until he was a teenager, when he began playing drums in a local cover band. Although he spent most of his teenage years as a loner, rock music helped Cornell overcome his uneasiness around others. After dropping...
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