Chris Cornell Reissues Debut Album with Original Title of 'Euphoria Mourning'

Chris Cornell Reissues Debut Album with Original Title of 'Euphoria Mourning'
Chris Cornell will be releasing his new album Higher Truth on September 8, but less than a month before it arrives, the Soundgarden singer will revisit his past by reissuing his debut solo album.

The album came out under the title Euphoria Morning in 1999. This reissue, however, will come under the original title of Euphoria Mourning. Cornell explained in a statement, "The title of the record has been restored to its original spelling, which was changed before release after I listened to some bad advice."

That's the tweaked album cover above.

The reissue will come out on August 14 through Universal Music Enterprises. The 12 songs have been remastered, and this will mark the first time the album has been available on vinyl. It will also be released digitally and on CD.

Euphoria Mourning is known for having a psychedelic sound that isn't quite as muscular as Soundgarden's grungy rock. It includes the single "Can't Change Me" (which was nominated for a Grammy for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance), a Superunknown leftover called "Flutter Girl," and the Jeff Buckley elegy "Wave Goodbye."

See Cornell's upcoming fall tour schedule here.

Euphoria Morning:

1. Can't Change Me
2. Flutter Girl
3. Preaching the End of the World
4. Follow My Way
5. When I'm Down
6. Mission
7. Wave Goodbye
8. Moonchild
9. Sweet Euphoria
10. Disappearing One
11. Pillow of Your Bones
12. Steel Rain