More than a year after Chris Cornell’s death, fans will be getting more music. Along with his bandmates and friends, the late rocker’s widow Vicky Cornell has compiled a career-spanning collection of unreleased material to drop in November.
The set celebrating Cornell’s legacy will include material from his bands Soundgarden, Temple of the Dog and Audioslave, featuring his previously unreleased cover of Prince’s “Nothing Compares 2U.” The 17-track album “Chris Cornell” will be the first release since his death in 2017, accompanied by a four-disc box set containing 11 unreleased songs. Also included in the set is a 32-page book of unreleased photos, with liner notes from the late singer’s bandmates and friends including Kim Thayil, Tom Morello, Matt Cameron, Mike McCready and his longtime producer Brendan O’Brien.
“Chris Cornell’s Career Retrospective” set is due for release on November 16th, available in a variety of formats including a super deluxe edition, and four-CD and two-LP versions. Fans can pre-order the set HERE. The first single from the collection is “When Bad Does Good,” which was found in Cornell’s personal archive.
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