I would probably read it and provide feedback for sure - I wouldn't say critique because I can't correct you for having your opinion. I'd just suggest alternates or an outside point of view rather than tell you what you got right or wrong. I think more of a challenge would be for you to do a 80s rock list. Actually spend time listening to bands from the era and their music library, rather than just their most popular songs. If you wanted a more fun and enlightening challenge, go for the 60s & 70s because those decades had some stellar artists who put a lot of effort, time, and soul into cutting one album as opposed to holding onto enough content to fill a 3 record deal they just signed.
As for Soundgarden, I love Cornell’s work. The guy surprised me (in a good way) when he joining forces with Morello to make the first Audioslave album (I won't comment on the others). I thought his ship had passed once the Garden broke apart and I was glad that he could come together with a few artists who were craving the chance to write and produce music, but were being held back by ... Well, I'll avoid my stance on de la Rocha as an artist.