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Season
Twelve
number
626
Type
Post Date
11/15/2022

Chris Cornell

626 Euphoria Morning by Chris Cornell

Euphoria Morning

Label
Interscope
Release year
1999
Producer
Chris Cornell, Natasha Shneider, Alain Johannes
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Chris Cornell used his 1999 debut solo album Morning Euphoria to showcase his songwriting talent and superior vocal to mixed results

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Although Chris Cornell had written solo tracks for soundtracks during the Soundgarden era, it wasn't until the band had broken up that he released his proper solo debut. 1999's Euphoria Morning is both expected and unexpected, as some songs aren't far off from "Blow Up The Outside World" or "Fell on Black Days," minus the band bombast, while others showcase his phenomenal vocal talent over folk, blues, and psychedelic turns.

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Songs in this episode

  • Intro - Can't Change Me
  • 17:15 - Moonchild
  • 21:50 - Wave Goodbye
  • 27:13 - Preaching The End Of The World
  • 33:38 - Disappearing One
  • Outro - When I'm Down

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