Chris Cornell: 15 Essential Songs

The singer's most memorable moments: Soundgarden's grunge classics, Audioslave's hits and his poetic solo material

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Soundgarden, "Fell On Black Days" (1994)

Not as immediate as the other Superunknown singles, "Fell on Black Days" still packed a moody punch. On the bluesy, slow-burning rocker, Cornell confronted his history with depression. "It's a feeling that everyone gets," he told Melody Maker in 1994. "You're happy with your life, everything's going well, things are exciting – when all of a sudden you realize you're unhappy in the extreme, to the point of being really, really scared. There's no particular event you can pin the feeling down to, it's just that you realize one day that everything in your life is fucked!"

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