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Out Of Exile
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by: Audioslave


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Binding: Audio CD
Brand: MUSIC
EAN: 0060249881563
Feature: AUDIOSLAVE OUT OF EXILE
Item Dimensions: 4748820559
Label: Interscope / Epic
Languages: EnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Interscope / Epic
Model: 2073493
MPN: 6 3 09881563
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: May 23, 2005
Publisher: Interscope / Epic
Release Date: May 24, 2005
Studio: Interscope / Epic

Features:
  • AUDIOSLAVE OUT OF EXILE



Disc 1:
  1. Your Time Has Come
  2. Out Of Exile
  3. Be Yourself
  4. Doesn't Remind Me
  5. Drown Me Slowly
  6. Heaven's Dead
  7. The Worm
  8. Man Or Animal
  9. Yesterday To Tomorrow
  10. Dandelion
  11. #1 Zero
  12. The Curse
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
The follow-up to Audioslave's self-titled 2002 debut features the single "Be Yourself. Recorded with producer Rick Rubin, who also helmed their debut CD. Among the other songs slated for inclusion are: "Doesn't Remind Me", "Out of Exile", "The Curse", "#1 Zero" and "Your Time Has Come". Interscope. 2005.

Amazon.com:
In what was widely predicted to be a short-lived supergroup/side-project, Audioslave has instead gratifyingly yielded a bonafide band. The follow-up to their promising, if not quite artistically congealed '02 debut finds singer/songwriter Chris Cornell contributing a slate of songs that would have done his former Soundgarden proud, while guitarist Tom Morello and his former Rage Against the Machine bandmates cast them in a focused rhythmic groove that suggests that the old school can still yield a timely lesson or two. Cornell's best songs may still lurk in the shadows (the funeral hypno-blues of "Heaven's Dead," the martial metal of antiwar opener "Your Time Has Come," "The Worm" as anthem for self-loathing), yet they're now brightened with such surprisingly sunny fare as "Dandelion," "Doesn't Remind Me"'s charged, existentialist daydream and even a hook-rich, dangerously optimistic back-to-the-future power ballad in "Be Yourself." Morello's work on the title track and elsewhere is a study in taste and less-is-more efficiency, a telling hint of how forcefully these iconic '90s stars have sublimated their egos as their new music has blossomed; who said there are no second acts in American (rock) lives? --Jerry McCulley



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