Audioslave - Audioslave flac
|1||Set It Off||4:23|
|3||Like A Stone|
|5||Show Me How To Live||4:37|
|6||Documentary: Audioslave Live In New York, November 25, 2002|
|8||Bring Em Back Alive||5:29|
|10||What You Are||4:09|
|13||I Am The Highway||5:35|
|14||Shadow On The Sun||5:43|
|16||Like A Stone||4:54|
|17||Light My Way||5:03|
|19||Show Me How To Live|
|21||The Last Remaining Light||5:17|
|E2 86968||Audioslave||Audioslave (2xLP, Album)||Epic||E2 86968||US||2002|
|2 510130||Audioslave||Audioslave (CD, Album, RP)||Epic, Interscope Records||2 510130||Brazil||Unknown|
|5101302000||Audioslave||Audioslave (CD, Album)||Epic, Interscope Records||5101302000||Australia||2002|
|EICP 60||Audioslave||Audioslave (CD, Album)||Epic, Interscope Records||EICP 60||Japan||2002|
|EK 86968||Audioslave||Audioslave (CD, Album)||Epic, Interscope Records||EK 86968||Canada||Unknown|
- Co-producer – Audioslave
- Producer – Rick Rubin
- Art Direction – Storm Thorgerson
- Artwork ["flame" Logo] – Peter Curzon
- Artwork [Assistant] – Dan Abbott , Finlay Cowan
- Artwork [Sculpture] – Hothouse
- Bass – Tim Commerford
- Coordinator [Album Production], A&R [Wrangler] – Lindsay Chase
- Cover [Album] – Peter Curzon, Storm Thorgerson
- Drums – Brad Wilk
- Edited By [Digital] – Andrew Scheps, Greg Fidelman, Thom Russo
- Engineer [Additional] – Andrew Scheps, Floyd Reitsma, John Burton, Thom Russo
- Engineer [Assistant] – Chris Holmes , Darron Mora
- Guitar [Guitars] – Tom Morello
- Management – The Firm
- Management [Business Mgt] – Todd Gelfand, Wayne Kamemoto
- Management [King, Holmes, Paterno And Berliner Legal] – Peter Paterno
- Management [Ziffren, Brittensham, Branca, Fischer, Gilbert-lurie And Stiffelman Legal] – Jamie Young
- Mastered By – Vlado Meller
- Mastered By [Assistant] – Steve Kadison
- Mixed By – Rich Costey
- Photography By – Rupert Truman
- Photography By [Band Photos] – Danny Clinch
- Producer – Rick Rubin
- Recorded By – Andrew Scheps, David Schiffman
- Vocals, Lyrics By – Chris Cornell
- Written-By, Arranged By, Co-producer – Audioslave
One of 15 DualDisc titles released as part of a test marketing campaign that was run before DualDiscs were released nationwide.
These releases were only available in two test markets: Boston and Seattle, and only at a handful of stores in each market (15 stores in the Boston area, 12 in the Seattle area). The test marketing campaign started on February 3, 2004.
The Audioslave DualDisc was not reissued as a standard DualDisc release after the test market.
It is believed that fewer than 1000 copies of any title were sold during the test marketing.
DVD side features DVD-Video content with the entire album in PCM Stereo (48kHz, 16bit), bonus videos and a photo gallery.© 2001 Disappearing One Music (ASCAP) / LBV Songs (BMI)/Melee Savvy Music (BMI)/Me3 Publishing (BMI).
Recorded at Cello Studios, Hollywood, CA; Royaltone Studios, Burbank, CA; Studio Litho, Seattle, WA; Studio X, Seattle, WA; Akadamie Mathematique Of Philosophical Sound Research, Los Angeles, CA.
Mixed at Cello Studios, Hollywood, CA. Mastered at Sony Music Studios, New York, NY.
All sounds made by guitar, bass, drums, and vocals.
©℗ 2002 Sony Music Entertainment Inc. and Interscope Records. Manufactured and distributed by Sony Music Entertainment (Canada) Inc. Made in Canada.
Business management at Gelfand, Bennert & Feldman LLP.
- Barcode (Text): 8 2796-90830-2 4
- Barcode (Scanned): 827969083024
- Barcode: 6 9699- 86968- 2 2
- Matrix / Runout: Sony DADC IFPI L555 A0100639420-0101 15 A0
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI 9AY3
There are moments, usually arriving in the first half, where Audioslave suddenly, inexplicably clicks, sounding like a band, not a marketer's grand scheme. His muted yet varied solo album proved that he needed muscle, but here it's all muscle, no texture or color. Whatever . While this album is not a classic, it is a very good rock album, and has only one main fault, that being that it is too long by a few tracks. The album was even nominated for the Best Hard Rock Performance 2004 Grammy Award. It was first released on November 18, 2002, through Epic Records and Interscope Records. His muted yet varied solo album proved that he needed muscle, but here it's all muscle, no texture or color. Genre: Hard Rock. 14 tracks 65:24. Listen free to Audioslave Audioslave Cochise, Show Me How To Live and more. Still, these moments are few and far between and it's hard to get through this album as a whole. Studio album by. Galvanised by their initial session, the newly-christened Audioslave wrote over 20 songs during three weeks of intensive rehearsals, meaning they could enter the studio to begin recording with Rick Rubin during the summer of 2001. Consequently, many of the songs sound like they're just on the verge of achieving liftoff, never quite reaching their potential. Can't understand why so many critics disliked it. Audioslave is the eponymous debut album by hard rock band Audioslave and was released in November 2002. With the sessions shuttling between Seattle and California, the initial impetus slowed, but by the summer of 2002, the album was complete and sounding very promising indeed. Producer and friend Rick Rubin suggested that they contact Chris Cornell. The album features the hit singles Cochise, Show Me How to Live, What You Are, Like a Stone, and I Am the Highway. Like a Stone was nominated for a 2004 Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance. Can't understand why so many critics disliked it. On their 2002 debut, Chris Cornell's Beatles-derived sense of melody and sky-shaking vocal prowess and Tom Morello's furiously rhythmic guitar assault blended perfectly on the riff blasters Cochise and Show Me How to Live. On their 2002 debut, Chris Cornell's Beatles-derived sense of melody and sky-shaking vocal prowess and Tom Morello's furiously rhythmic guitar assault blended perfectly on the riff blasters Cochise and Show Me How to Live. Featuring the singles Cochise, Like a Stone, Show Me How To Live, I am the Highway, What You Are, and Gasoline. The album's music is strongly reminiscent of Rage Against the Machine, with Chris Cornell providing his familiar classic rock-esque wails and croons to the songs. Consequently, many of the songs sound like they're just on the verge of achieving liftoff, never quite reaching their potential. Tom said that the songs were not in their finished form and that in some cases they werent even the same lyrics, guitar solo. The album's music is strongly reminiscent of Rage Against the Machine, with Chris Cornell providing his familiar classic rock-esque wails and croons to the songs. Rubin played the remaining Rage Against the Machine band members the Soundgarden song Slaves & Bulldozers to showcase his ability. About Audioslave. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Audioslave album. There are moments, usually arriving in the first half, where Audioslave suddenly, inexplicably clicks, sounding like a band, not a marketer's grand scheme. The album was later certified 3x platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America in the United States. Certified 3x Platinum by the RIAA, Audioslave is the debut studio album of the namesake band. 2002 studio album by Audioslave. Much to the dismay of guitarist Tom Morello, the album was leaked to some file-sharing networks on May 16, 2002, months before the release of the album. Audioslave is the debut studio album by American rock supergroup Audioslave. Audioslave was formed after Zack de la Rocha left Rage Against the Machine and the remaining members were searching for another vocalist. Best tracks: Exploder, ShadowThis album is GREAT, awesome lyrics and sounds. Still, these moments are few and far between and it's hard to get through this album as a whole. Audioslave - Audioslave