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Producers: Tony Brown, Ronnie Dunn, Kix Brooks
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Carry On
CHRIS CORNELL
Producer(s): Steve Lillywhite
Genre: ROCK
Label: Suretone/Geffen
The cover art on Cornell's second solo album suggests a folk record from the early '60s (and the title suggests a Kansas cover lurking about somewhere). But the music inside is strictly crunchy, dare-we-say-grungy rock straight out of the '90s Cornell helped shape with Soundgarden. "Ghosts" sports a nostalgically Seattle-ish minor-chord riff and appropriately soaring chorus; "No Such Thing" out-Velvet Revolvers Scott Weiland; and meaty-sounding ballads "Disappearing Act" and "Silence" end the record in unusually strong fashion. Elsewhere, the headline-grabbing cover of "Billie Jean" is well-intentioned but still a little silly, although it boasts a crazy, Eddie Van Halen-sounding solo. The best thing here is "You Know My Name" from last fall's "Casino Royale," but that makes sense: This is some of Cornell's most uncomplicated and accessible music to date. —Jeff Vrabel


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