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Chris Cornell is a rock icon who thrives on contradictions. An innovator who resists genre labels, he was nonetheless the chief architect of the 90s grunge movement. Frequently ranked as one of the best voices in music history, he has successfully maintained his own unique identity over more than two decades as a multi-Grammy award winning musician and universally acclaimed singer, songwriter ... Read more in Amazon's Chris Cornell Store

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  • Audio CD (23 Mar. 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Polydor
  • ASIN: B001R193JA
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 128,992 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Part Of Me
2. Time
3. Sweet Revenge
4. Get Up
5. Ground Zero
6. Never Far Away
7. Take Me Alive
8. Long Gone
9. Scream
10. Enemy
11. Other Side Of Town
12. Climbing Up The Walls
13. Watch Out
14. Lost Cause

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3.1 out of 5 stars

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Rossco on 1 Dec. 2010
Format: Audio CD
Well if you ever need an example of how to alienate your fanbase look no further than this effort from Chris Cornell, If this was an effort to stir up some debate over his music then its definately done that, as you can see from most reviews this is definately a marmite album, love it or hate it!
I admit when I heard Timbaland was producing the next Cornell album I thought it could have been a intresting and possibly great mix with their contrasting styles and musical backgrounds, I was wrong. This is possibly one of the worst albums Iv heard from anyone in quite sometime. I bought it, and have listened to it countless times trying to let it sink in and get whats going on, but it feels like Im missing something and I just dont get it. Im sure there are some great songs on here but the whole r&b hip-hop sound just isnt right for them, for example Climbing Up The Walls has a catchy hook and melody but it just doesnt go anywhere.
Over produced, under written, over polished, it should never have left the recording studio.
Sorry Chris but this a genuine dud!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Moonhead on 29 April 2010
Format: Audio CD
Unbelievable really !
I'm all for artists branching out and trying something new but this is taking the @%*s. Now i'm a huge fan of Chris Cornell and have followed him wherever he has gone. Soundgarden were fantastic as were Audioslave and his previous albums Euphoria Morning and Carry On were very good to. Also the Temple of The Dog project was brilliant. The most commercial he has been is probably the Bond song which i loved to.
This album however, has left me completely gobsmacked.
If, like me, you like his work in the Rock field then seriously save yourself the money and go get a bag of chips instead. This is awful tosh which you would expect a contestant on X Factor to release, seriously it's that bad.
Why he let Timbaland near the studio is beyond me and for that he has lost a hell of a lot of respect as Timbalands stamp is all over it and it completely ruins it. The old vocal effects are a mainstay which just makes the songs sound like something Girls Aloud or Sisqo might do.
If i'm honest the songwriting isn't bad at all but Timbaland has took a dump from a great height on this and as said before completely ruined it. I would have liked to have heard these songs as Acoustic but unfortunately the damage is done.
Purely cos it is Cornell i give it 2 stars and probably i would give it 3 if Timbaland hadn't got his dirty paws on it
Chris Cornell has a lot of work to do to regain his credibility after this fiasco
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 20 Mar. 2009
Format: Audio CD
Every now and then in the increasingly monotonous and disappointing world of popular music, something will happen that is worth raising a head or two. It's not too often mind you - I don't even look forward to these rare glimmers of hope anymore, as they almost certainly lead to immediate and turgid fallout of unremarkable copycats by the record label-load, turning innocent bystanders into clones of each other with identical haircuts, t-shirts, iPods and personalities. Timbaland, whilst possessing some incredible producing talent has got a lot to answer for. His once fresh brand of RnB has now been plastered into all popular music that isn't diabolically written electro pop or forgettable laddish indie rock, and consequently every nightclub in my town sounds exactly the same. Having now amalgamated all popular RnB and hip-hop music, Timbaland has turned his attention to the third solo release from ex-Soundgarden / Audioslave front man Chris Cornell, on which he provides all of the beats.

My initial reaction to learning this news was a desperate urge to pull my hair out, but shortly after this, I remembered that Chris Cornell is NOT a money grabbing sell out but an innovative song writing genius and a hard working one at that, meaning that this collaboration of genii should have me jumping for joy. The end product, 'Scream', is worthy of a reaction somewhere between the two, that leans towards the latter in my case but may not so for other Cornell fans. On 'Scream', Cornell's vocals have remained ever dominant and are a joy to hear, even though his lyrics have been massively simplified this time around. He has chosen to go down an edgier lyrical route, keeping choruses to the point and the themes restricted to relationship speak.
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I think as a pop album this is fantastic, but Chris Cornell's fan rather than adjusting to it, instead came looking for rock however their looking in the wrong place. Mostly I prefer rock so it took a few listens for me to appreciate it, these tracks really stood out...

>Scream - The title track, first listen this was the track that really got my attention even rock fans will like this.
>Long Gone - A beautiful ballad with Chris Cornell using his rough edged smooth singing voice, he proves he can still hit high notes.
>Never Far Away - Another love song, yeah a little bit cheesy but guaranteed to be a guilty pleasure.
>Enemy - As rocky as it gets on the album, He actually screams in this one with power.
>Ground Zero - You can really feel the Timbaland influence in this one, the snappy beats and his backing vocals are sound similar to One Republics Apologize, Damn good song. However there's only so many oh yeahs you can take before it becomes tedious as Timbaland starts to sound like Michael Jackson with Tourettes
>Two Drink Minimum(AKA as hope and promise fade) - It's a hidden track at the end of 'Watch Out' A bluesy folk/rock song which is hidden away because it is doesn't fit in with the album, You can hear Acoustic Guitar, Harmonica and Organs which sets it apart from the computer generated sounds of the other tracks. I guess for the rock fans who hated the albums it's like a reward for getting all the way through the album :D

The other tracks grow on you. Watch out and Climbing up the walls are surprising funky tunes which will have your feet tapping, however these aren't mosh pit songs these are dance floor songs.

Chris Cornell voice remains mostly untampered with, he isn't one for autotune and you respect him for that.
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