Back in July, on what would've been his 56th birthday, Chris Cornell's widow Vicky Cornell, and his estate, shared a previously unreleased cover he did of Guns N' Roses' "Patience." It turns out there were more unreleased covers in the vault, too, as they've now revealed that cover is part of a new album, No One Sings Like You Anymore, which is streaming now, and due out on physical media on March 19, 2021 (pre-order). Cornell's frequent collaborator Brendan O'Brien produced and mixed it, and he and Chris played all of the instruments on it.
Included on the album are covers of John Lennon ("Watching The Wheels"), Ghostland Observatory ("Sad Sad City") Harry Nilsson ("Jump Into The Fire), Carl Hall ("You Don't Know Nothing About Love") Electric Light Orchestra ("Showdown"), Terry Reid ("To Be Treated Rite"), Lorraine Ellison ("Stay With Me Baby," originally released for HBO's Vinyl), Janis Joplin ("Get It While You Can," originally recorded by Howard Tate), and Sinead/Prince ("Nothing Compares 2 U"). See the tracklisting below, and stream it here.