The first posthumous release dedicated to the late Soundgarden front-man, Chris Cornell is coming later this year. The Chris Cornell estate is preparing a huge career-spanning box set which will be officially out on November 16.
The box set will feature a self-titled solo album containing 17 songs, and a 62-track deluxe collection which will have Cornell’s solo works alongside the music he did with bands Soundgarden, Temple of the Dog, and Audioslave. Deluxe edition will offer fans a chance to hear 11 previously unreleased songs as well as 10 unreleased live performances. Among those live performances will be his cover of Prince’s hit “Nothing Compares 2 U.”
Besides Chris Cornell estate, the wife of the late musician, Vicky Cornell, is also taking part in the project.
As part of the announcement, previously unheard song “When Bad Does Good,” found in Chris Cornell’s personal recordings archive, was also presented.
Besides the standard edition of the box set, a double LP edition with expanded booklet will be available. Fans will be able to get their hands onto super deluxe version as well, which will have four CDs, seven LPs, and a DVD, and feature plenty of other bonus content.
You can check out the artwork and details about the box set below.
Pre-order the brand new collection from Chris Cornell, featuring the single “When Bad Does Good” at https://t.co/AvYmMjxLFo. Available in Super Deluxe, 4CD, and 2LP on November 16th. pic.twitter.com/DfTH2CxKAk
— Chris Cornell (@chriscornell) September 21, 2018