Chris Cornell Is Going To Prove His Worth To You In 63 Tracks

May 18th, 2009 // 7 Comments

Continuing his efforts to prove to fans that the club and the rock show can, indeed, coexist, Chris Cornell has released a mixtape in conjunction with DJ Skee based on his new solo album Scream. In addition to the Fray’s American Idol-enshrined cover of “Heartless” and a version of “Outshined” credited to Audioslave, the 63 tracks include a selection from that Jay-Z/Linkin Park album, a mashup of the “Lollipops” wielded by Lil Wayne and Framing Hanley, “Kids” so as to fulfill the required-in-2009 MGMT quotient, songs from a few bands that played Bamboozle, and a remix of Nirvana’s “Love Buzz” cover. There is also something called “Trent Reznor Speaks,” which I am going to guess is some sort of meta-Twitter dis. (The zipped version is 219 megabytes, so it’s taking a while to leech from the Internet.) Full track listing after the jump.


1. DJ Skee Intro
2. Trent Reznor Speaks
3. Scream – Chris Cornell (Dean Coleman Remix)
4. Rock Box – Run DMC
5. Walk This Way – Aerosmith
6. Encore – Jay-Z & Linkin Park
7. Electric Feel Remix – MGMT & JD (Justice Remix)
8. Get Rock – Lil’ John, Ying Yang Twinz & Busta Rhymes (DJ Scene Remix)
9. Like A Stone Mash – Audioslave
10. Girl With A Loaded Gun – Terra Incognita
11. Lapdance – N.E.R.D.
12. Rock Star – Jay-z & Pharrell
13. Lark On My Go Cart – Asher Roth
14. Heartless (Cover) – The Fray
15. Outshined – Audioslave
16. California Wonderwall – 2pac & Oasis (Rock-it! Scientists Remix)
17. Lollipop – Lil’ Wayne & Framing Hanley
18. Pony – Far
19. Fight For Your Right – Beastie Boys
20. Everyone’s Beggin – Madcon & N.E.R.D. (DJ Storm Remix)
21. Miscommunication – Timbaland, Keri Hilson & Sebastian (The Bloody Beetroots Remix)
22. Rise Up & Stay Fly – Three 6 Mafia & Yves Larock (Mikiwar Mix)
23. Part Of Me – Chris Cornell (LMFAO & LA Riots Remix)
24. Hot Revolver – Lil’ Wayne
25. U2 Let It Rock – Kevin Rudolph (DJ Cachi Remix)
26. Otherside Drums – Red Hot Chili Peppers (Starski Mix)
27. Kids – MGMT
28. Don’t Trust Me – 3OH!3
29. DJ Is A Demon – Prophet
30. Rock Around The World – Daft Punk (Victor Menegaux Mix)
31. Magnificent – U2 & Prophet
32. Sweet Revenge – Chris Cornell & Prophet
33. Welcome To The World Remix – Kid Cudi & Kevin Rudolph
34. Ordinary Girl – Chris Cornell
35. She Wants To Move Remix – Common & N.E.R.D.
36. Enemy Remix – Chris Cornell, Timbaland, Prophet & Forrest
37. I Don’t Need It – Jamie Foxx & Timbaland
38. The Seed 2.0 – The Roots
39. Scream – Game Intro New
40. Fight Song – Game & Good Charlotte
41. SLU – Kanye West
42. I’m The Ish Remix – DJ Class & Kanye West
43. Love Buzz Remix – Prophet & Nirvana
44. Everyone Nose – Lupe Fiasco, N.E.R.D. & Kanye West
45. Rock ‘n Roll – Daft Punk
46. Panic Switch – Silversun Pickups & Prophet
47. Climbing Up The Walls – Chris Cornell & Timbaland
48. Bounce – Timbaland, Dr. Dre, Justin Timberlake & Missy Elliot
49. Do Me Wrong – Chris Cornell
50. Freestyle – Prophet
51. Rock Star Girl – Charles Hamilton & The Offspring
52. Nothing To Worry About – Prophet, Peter Bjorn & John
53. Why Do You Follow Me – Chris Cornell
54. Jumpin’ Out The Window Remix – Ron Browz & Forever The Sickest Kids
55. Rising Down Remix – The Roots & Mos Def
56. Ghetto Rock – Mos Def
57. Speaker Busting – David Banner, Akon, Snoop Dogg & Lil’ Wayne
58. Rock Song – Young Jeezy
59. Salute Your Solution – The Raconteurs
60. Throw Some Rock – Rich Boy & Lenny Kravitz
61. Lost Remix – Coldplay & Jay-Z
62. Lost Cause – Chris Cornell
63. Broken Wings – Terra Incognita


Hiding Lenny Kravitz until the end: A smart move. Also, in case you were curious, that last track wouldn’t seem to be a Mr. Mister cover:





Too bad. (?)


“SCREAM” MIXTAPE [Teruo Artistry via Notes From A Different Kitchen]

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  1. and after all that… the download didn’t work. grr

  2. seriously has anyone been able to unzip this thing?

  3. It worked fine for me…

  4. Congrats Timbaland/DJ Skee/Chris Cornell, you’ve broken down all musical boundaries, proving that suck truly has no genre-based restrictions.

  5. He had to toss Nirvana in there didn’t he? I guess he should give props to the band that MADE HIM.

  6. @Vulture.Protein: Now, now. I would hazard a guess that many people got into Soundgarden first. Like me!

  7. @Maura: Very true. I like Soundgarden’s first album, and bad motorfinger was good as well. Honestly, I think Soundgarden is one of the best band names ever.

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