Audioslave "Show Me How to Live" Live sound not great but still great if you are a fan! Scroll down page for lyrics, band information, navagation, and more.
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Above picture Source & album information.
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The above is the cover of a bluegrass, solo banjo, cover of Audioslave. It includes show me how to live. Source
Link to Sony BMG video, it is not possible to embed in this page.
“Show Me How to Live”
And with the early dawn
Lyrics: Chris Cornell/Music: Audioslave
Audioslave official website: http://www.audioslave.com/site.html
Here is some information on the band itself. The band formed after another band, Rage Against the Machine, split with their singer Zack de la Rocha in 2000. The remaining members, Tom Morello (guitar), Tim Commonford (bass), Brad Wilk (drums), invited Chris Cornell, lead former singer of Sound Garden, to join them in 2001 to form Audioslave. They released three albums (Audioslave, Exile, and Revelations) before splitting. (Chris Cornell left the band and each member released solo projects. Zack de la Rocha is together with Rage Against the Machine and they are performing together again, check for dates they are well worth seeing!) The band members are also politically active. The group they began is Axis of Justice, the mission statement reads: “Axis of Justice is a non-profit organization formed by Tom Morello and Serj Tankian. Its purpose is to bring together musicians, fans of music, and grassroots political organizations to fight for social justice. We aim to build a bridge between fans of music around the world and local political organizations to effectively organize around issues of peace, human rights, and economic justice. ”
Discussing their last album Revelations, (linked to last man theme since the word 'revelations' is apocalytic) the website says the following: “If Audioslave initially was stitched together as something of an alternative rock Frankenstein—a renown singer joins a renown singerless-band—this monster now has a life of its own and Revelations puts that history into back-story. This album is full of experimentation and fresh direction, while at the same time it exudes the kind of poise that could only come from pedigreed-veterans of stadium tours. Not all of Revelations easily fits into the alternative rock pigeonhole, as several songs experiment with rhythmic change-ups. Some of the singing is soulful, there are songs that are funky, and others that are anthematic, though it all adds up to a powerhouse rock record.”
Audioslave official website, http://www.audioslave.com/site.html