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Chris Cornell death: Soundgarden frontman's best songs from James Bond theme to Outshined

International Business Times logo International Business Times 18/05/2017 Alicia Adejobi
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Fans of rock bands Soundgarden and Audioslave are mourning the loss of Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell, who died on 17 May. Revered as one of the most talented artists in rock, Cornell leaves behind a celebrated catalogue of hit singles which have transcended the past two decades.

Cornell performed his final gig at the Fox Theatre in Detroit just hours before he died at the age of 52. Footage from the Soundgarden concert showing screaming fans lapping up the singer's performance prove just how much his talent was admired until his untimely passing.

As the music industry remembers Cornell's artistry, IBTimes UK shines a light on his best songs.

You Know My Name

One of Cornell's best-known songs, You Know My Name served as a James Bond theme song and appeared in 2006's Casino Royale starring Daniel Craig. The anthemic number was co-written with David Arnold and appears on Cornell's second solo album Carry On.

Chris Cornell of Soundgarden performs during their concert in Toronto © Reuters Chris Cornell of Soundgarden performs during their concert in Toronto Chris Cornell © REUTERS/Mark Blinch Chris Cornell
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