Chris Cornell was one of the signature voices of Nineties rock alongside peers Kurt Cobain, Eddie Vedder and Layne Staley – and that voice was the boldest and most virtuosic of them all. The Soundgarden and Audioslave frontman, who died Wednesday at 52, will forever be remembered for his soaring, feral wail, maybe the movement's clearest link back to larger-than-life Seventies forefathers like Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant. He was also an extremely versatile songwriter, who made effortless transitions between menacing metal and reflective folk, with detours into sleek electro-pop and epic soundtrack fare. Below are 15 songs that give a hint of the scope of his artistry.