The Roads We Choose – A Retrospective

The Roads We Choose - A Retrospective
Compilation album by Chris Cornell
Released 2007
Chris Cornell chronology

Euphoria Morning
(1999)
The Roads We Choose - A Retrospective
(2007)
Carry On
(2007)

The Roads We Choose – A Retrospective is a promo compilation album released by Chris Cornell. It spans his career as a whole, featuring songs from Temple of the Dog, Soundgarden and Audioslave, as well as material from his solo career. "The Roads We Choose" was a working title for the Audioslave song "Out of Exile". It is also a title of a bonus track on Cornell's album Carry On released few months after. A number of previously unreleased acoustic versions of songs were included, but these appear to have been recorded when Cornell was still with Audioslave/Soundgarden due to those bands being credited as the recording artists.

Track listings

  1. Chris Cornell - "No Such Thing" (from Carry On)
  2. Soundgarden - "Black Hole Sun" (from Superunknown)
  3. Temple of the Dog - "Hunger Strike" (from Temple of the Dog)
  4. Soundgarden - "Outshined" (from Badmotorfinger)
  5. Soundgarden - "The Day I Tried to Live" (from Superunknown)
  6. Soundgarden - "Fell on Black Days" (from Superunknown)
  7. Soundgarden - "Spoonman" (from Superunknown)
  8. Soundgarden - "Blow Up the Outside World" (from Down on the Upside)
  9. Audioslave - "Be Yourself" (from Out of Exile)
  10. Audioslave - "Original Fire" (acoustic)
  11. Audioslave - "Show Me How to Live" (from Audioslave)
  12. Chris Cornell - "Can't Change Me" (from Euphoria Morning)
  13. Temple of the Dog - "Say Hello 2 Heaven" (from Temple of the Dog)
  14. Audioslave - "Like a Stone" (acoustic)
  15. Audioslave - "Black Hole Sun" (acoustic) (b-side to "You Know My Name" by Chris Cornell, original version of song by Soundgarden)
  16. Chris Cornell - "You Know My Name" (from Carry On, originally appeared on the Casino Royale soundtrack)
  17. Chris Cornell - "Arms Around Your Love" (from Carry On)
  • The three acoustic songs are taken from the Audioslave Clear Channel Stripped session in 2006.
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