Audioslave were formed in 2000 from the ashes of Rage Against the Machine. It was when the three remaining members (Tom Morello, Tim Commerford and Brad Wilk) jammed with ex-Soundgarden vocalist Chris Cornell that the touch paper was lit producing a rich, produced rock sound which owed more to the polished influence of Soundgarden than the rougher RATM.
Unfortunately, after a flurry of songwriting activity the band managed to break up before it had even begun in 2002, but it was a brief split and Audioslave was released later that year to significant acclaim.
Their second album Out of Exile was released in 2005 and performed equally well. They continued to tour extensively and released their third album Revelations in 2006. Unfortunately, by early 2007 Cornell announced his departure from the band. In keeping with such events, the truth about whether the departure was amicable or not depends on the press you read. It remains to be seen where Audioslave go from here.
Hultsfredsfestivalen, Hultsfred, Sweden
(PRO) 1:43:17 Total Runtime
01. (What's So Funny) 'Bout Peace Love & Understanding
02. I Am The Highway
03. 7 Nation Army
06. Set It Off (Live From Broadway MTV - Nov. 25, 2002) (censored)
09. Like A Stone
12. White Riot (Live From Rock am Ring Festival MTV2 - June 14, 2003)
13. Like A Stone (cut short - incomplete)
14. Shadow On The Sun (Rockpalast)
15. I Am The Highway (subtitle labelled this "Show Me How To Live"
16. Show Me How To Live (subtitled "Cochise"
17. Cochise (This is mislabelled in the menu... what they actually play is "Save Yourself."
18. Shadow On The Sun (Live From Pink-Pop 9.6.03)
20. I Am The Highway
22. Show Me How To Live
25. Interview (Live From Japan 2003)
26. Light My Way (2003 1.30 Zepp Tokyo) (cut short - Incomplete)