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When Zack de la Rocha left Rage Against the Machine in October 2000, the band's future was put into question. Within months rumors flew that Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell would replace de la Rocha. And gossip fueled truth, for Cornell joined the rest of Rage in the studio in May 2001. The mix was great and a musical bond was in the making: Cornell, Tim Commerford, Brad Wilk, and Tom Morello spent the next year writing and recording. By spring 2002, the foursome were no longer going by the Rage Against the Machine name and signed on for Ozzfest. But before the summer tour even got underway, Cornell quit the new project. He claimed it wasn't moving forward in the direction he'd hoped for. The breakdown didn't last, for Cornell rejoined by early fall. After tossing around the idea of being called Civilian, they settled on Audioslave. The single "Cochise," named for the great American Indian chief who died free and unconquered, hit radio in September 2002, and Audioslave's Epic full-length debut was released that November. The self-titled album eventually went multi-platinum on the strength of "Cochise" and the moody rocker "Like a Stone," and Audioslave supported it with gigs that included 2003 Lollapalooza dates. Cornell, Morello, Wilk, and Commerford returned in May 2005 with Out of Exile, which debuted at number one on Billboard. That same month they played an historic show in Havana, Cuba, that marked that country's first outdoor show by an American rock band (that fall releasing the whole shebang on the Live in Cuba DVD). Exile continued the band's platinum-selling ways -- singles like "Be Yourself" and "Doesn't Remind Me" went to the top of the charts -- and the guys wasted no time following up with album number three, Revelations, in early September 2006. Work on the album took only five weeks, since most of the songs had been fleshed out live over the previous year. In 2007, shortly after the members of Rage announced that they would reunite for that year's Coachella festival, Cornell left Audioslave, citing both personal and musical differences. While on tour with Soundgarden in May 2017, Cornell was found dead in his Detroit hotel room following a show at the city's Fox Theater; he had taken his own life at the age of 52. ~ MacKenzie Wilson
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Stations Featuring
Audioslave

    '00s Alternative

    '00s Alternative
    2 songs

    Alternative Party

    Alternative Party
    3 songs

    Hard Rock

    Hard Rock
    1 song

Albums by
Audioslave

Top Songs by
Audioslave

  1.   Song
    Popularity
  2.   Cochise
  3.   Like a Stone
  4.   Show Me How to Live
  5.   I Am the Highway
  6.   Doesn't Remind Me
  7.   Gasoline
  8.   Original Fire
  9.   Be Yourself
  10.   Out of Exile
  11.   Revelations
  12.   What You Are
  13.   Set It Off
  14.   Shadow on the Sun
  15.   Getaway Car
  16.   Light My Way
  17.   Your Time Has Come
  18.   Sound of a Gun
  19.   Exploder
  20.   Hypnotize
  21.   Bring Em Back Alive
  22.   Moth
  23.   Heaven's Dead
  24.   Shape of Things to Come
  25.   Wide Awake
  26.   Nothing Left to Say But Goodbye
  27.   Man or Animal
  28.   The Last Remaining Light
  29.   Until We Fall
  30.   Sleep Now in the Fire
  31.   Drown Me Slowly
  32.   #1 Zero
  33.   Dandelion
  34.   The Worm
  35.   Yesterday to Tomorrow
  36.   Give
  37.   We Got the Whip
  38.   Jewel of the Summertime
  39.   Somedays
  40.   One and the Same
  41.   The Curse
  42.   Super Stupid
  43.   Broken City
  44.   Loud Love
  45.   (What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding?

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