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Customer Reviews

And you thought the economy was bad...

This horrible offering won't generate any spending. Normally cover art such as this and the title 'Scream' would indicate some balls out rock. In this case, Cornell slamming the guitar to the ground is more symbolic of him killing any potential for real rock and roll on this album. Soundgarden has grown into Dancegarden 2000. If you want to stimulate the economy, buy Clutch's Live in Flint Michigan.

Definitely a whole new direction...

As a diehard Chris Cornell fan I was skeptical of this new direction he took with this album. Gone are the days of Soundgarden and Audioslave. This is far from being the pure rock from Chris's earlier career. Like I said, I'm a Chris Cornell fan and that's why I like this album. His voice is still his amazing voice but he doesn't show the range he used to show. Some of the best moments of Soundgarden or Audioslave songs was when he went into that high pitch "scream" almost. Considering the album's name, one would think there'd be more. With Timbaland as the producer there's a lot of computerized beats and effects and whatnot. Its certainly cool if you're into that and it is fun music to listen to. In fact, Enemy is one of my favorite songs on the album and it's kinda "pop-y" I guess. The last two songs, Two Drink Minimum and Ordinary Girl, sound like they could be found on either of his last two solo albums. Admittedly, I was disappointed when I first heard the singles off this album. However, after listening through the album I very much enjoyed it and would recommend it to anyone.


I have to say that I am quite impressed with this new side of Chris Cornell. I have indeed heard all the different sides of him, and liked them all. But this... this is a complete divergence from his original track, and while it's guaranteed that there will be millions disappointed in this, I find myself very admiring of the man. I mean, he ran in the COMPLETE opposite direction of all his other works and came out with this album, that I myself find it fascinating and intriguing. I do not typically enjoy loud, bass thumping music, but this struck me immediately as the perfect mix of just enough bass and amazing vocals. I applaud Chris Cornell for driving off the beaten path, and coming up with something amazing.


Born: July 20, 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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