'Can't Change Me'
The lead single from Chris Cornell's solo album, "Euphoria Morning", reached #7 on September 25, 1999. As a solo artist, he sold nearly a million albums and released fan favourites like "You Know My Name", "Billie Jean" and "Nearly Forgot My Broken Heart".
'Show Me How To Live'
The third single from Audioslave's debut album reached #4 on
September 20, 2003. With over 19,644,000 streams, it is the band's most streamed song.
'I Am The Highway'
This Audioslave track was the fifth single from their 2002 debut album. It hit #3 on February 21, 2004 - no small feat considering no video was produced for the song.
'Doesn't Remind Me'
The title track of Audioslave's sophomore album hit the #3 spot on October 1, 2005.
The first single from Audioslave's third and final album, "Revelations", hit #3 on August 19, 2006. Cornell left the band the following February.
'Black Hole Sun'
The third single from Soundgarden's 1994 album "Superunknown" was a smash hit and remains one of Cornell's signature songs. The track topped out at #2 on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart but topped the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart for seven consecutive weeks starting on July 2, 1994. It's the band's best-selling digital track with over a million downloads.
The first single from the Soundgarden's fifth studio album, "Down on the Upside" reached the #2 position on June 22, 1996.
'Burden In My Hand'
Released on September 18, 1996, the second single from Soundgarden's fifth studio album, "Down on the Upside", reached #2, but topped the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart for five weeks.
'Like A Stone'
The second single from Audioslave's self-titled debut album hit #1 on May 17, 2003, and also topped the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks and Hot Modern Rock Tracks charts. It was certified Gold and became the fifth best performing song on the Alternative Songs chart of the decade, and the eighth best-performing rock song on the Mainstream Rock chart of the decade.
The debut single from Audioslave's second album hit #1 on April 9, 2005, and also topped the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart for seven weeks and the Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart for four weeks. The digital download has been sold almost half a million times. "10 years ago I would’ve been embarrassed to put it in a song ’cause it is so simple,” he has said of the song. “But there it is.” The song is simple, beloved, timeless ... just like the man behind it.