“I just want to have fun with music and do what I’m inspired by and … if I’m inspired by it, then someone else will be,” Chris Cornell said in a recent interview. “If you get into a kind of comfortable corner, where you’re doing what you’re used to — you’re doing what you know how to do — you can get locked in that corner and stuck there and you’re done. That’s never going to happen to me.” On March 10th, the whole world heard just how different Mr. Cornell’s highly anticipated new album, Scream is from anything he has ever done in the 20+ years he’s been making music. We all know him as either the guy who fell on black days as the lead singer of grunge pioneers Soundgarden or Audioslave’s front man, but in 2007 he released a stripped down solo album that showed his more acoustic side. Produced by the legendary Rick Rubin, Carry On displayed a softer/toned down Chris Cornell, a far cry from his howling days as Soundgarden’s front man. but on his new album, “Scream,” produced by beatsmith Timbaland (famous for working with…uh, everybody) Cornell once again surprises fans with another doppelganger.