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Customer Reviews

Can this Cornell Experiment Pay Off?

This album is great. Don't listen to too many critics about this release as some of them, have this 'stick in the mud' expectation that artists should deliver the exact same re-hashed sound that got them to where they are and that’s it! Personally I have always respected those that extend and evolve their abilities a lot more. There is absolutely no doubt that Cornell is an outstanding vocalist. And don't worry, the vocals on this album are nothing but brilliant. Take that brilliance and mix it with the brave decision to team up with he who is currently one of the hottest producers on the planet, Timbaland. The result is tracks such as Ground Zero, Scream, Get Up and the Indian influenced Take Me Alive. All tracks have hit potential. Interestingly this is some of Timbalands best work. It has his stamp all over it however the 'rock' edge that Cornell adds through his vocals is a fantastic mix. It has a hint of those Michael Jackson Rock tracks like Dirty Diana and Give in to me. It is clearly a pop album, but an absolutely fantastic one at that. It is not the first time that Timbaland has utilised good rock vocals, he produced a track with The Hives, Falloutboy, he has even utilised Elton John. Bringing a fresh pop 'Timbaland' sound to respected acts seems to be something he can do brilliantly. This is a very solid and unique album with every track mixed into the next to take you on a non stop pop experience. As for all the strictly Cornell fans who firmly think he should remain a one trick Pony... don't panic. If anything you have to love the vocals on this album, and I'm sure he is not done with Rock for good. For me, if this was the first piece he ever released I would think he was set to become one of the biggest pop acts in the world, no questions asked. Don't let his past style affect your view of this album. It is a brave move, experimental and it definitely pays off. Outstanding release. I have a new found respect for an already hugely admired act.

YESH!! love it

I Really Like Watch Out Such A Wicked Song On Here, I Have Never Heard Of Chris Cornell Till A Few Days Ago And I Really Like This Cd A Must If You Are Into Rock...ROCK ON CHRIS!!

It will make you "Scream"

I hate to hear Cornell's exceptional talent wasted on this artificially manufactured sounding creation. It makes a future Soundgarden reunion all the more welcome and vital for all his past followers.

Biography

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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