Split across ‘Originals’, ‘Covers’ and ‘Oddities’, ‘Echo Of Miles’ proved that even Soundgarden’s rarities and B-sides were essential listens.
For ‘Songbook’, Chris Cornell swapped his electric guitar for an acoustic, found himself connecting with his fans in a way he never expected.
Showing that the American roots music dubbed ‘Americana’ had infiltrated almost every type of music, reDiscover Johnny Cash’s ‘American II: Unchained’.
‘I still haven’t quite dealt with it,’ the Pearl Jam frontman told Howard Stern.
Diverse, heavy-hitting and truly fearless, the ‘Badmotorfinger’ album ensured that Soundgarden were among the head of the pack after grunge broke worldwide.
Musically, nothing was off limits for ‘Euphoria Morning’, the first solo album by Chris Cornell, and one of the singer’s finest moments.
A mature and eminently satisfying collection suffused with soul, beauty and splendour, ‘Higher Truth’ remains a life-affirming gem from the late, lamented singer.
Having drawn up the template for the Seattle grunge scene, ‘Louder Than Love’ proved that Soundgarden had what it took to compete on the global stage.
The best indie record labels of all time have helped push the boundaries, drawing the mainstream into their world – and changing the face of music in the process.
The best Soundgarden live performances show how the group transcended even their own recordings to become an unparalleled force of nature.
The best Slash solos are effortlessly iconic in every way, with the Guns N’ Roses guitarist proving to be the last in a dying breed of rock legends.
The previously unheard track is released to mark what would have been the late star’s 56th birthday.
In memory of a rock frontman whose impact lives on despite his tragically early death.
The Billboard Hot 100 dated 4 July 1964 showed the Beach Boys climbing to the top of the chart with ‘I Get Around.’
Initially recorded for the 1992 film ‘Singles’, Chris Cornell’s five Poncier songs remain cult favourites, and provided Soundgarden with their breakthrough.