Audioslave reviews— 25 total
25 user reviews of Audioslave by Audioslave
You can compare the first 4 songs with Rage Against The Machine, just from the minute you start listening.
My one complaint is that Tim was not at full potential.
Truthfully, I believe it is evident that all musicians expiriment with all different styles of music, and while some of...
Some of my favorites from the album are Set It Off, I Am The Highway, Like A Stone, and Getaway...
The only fair comparisons anyone can make are fairly abstract, in my opinion.
Nothing the shout "Hurray!" at. But it kinda grew on me.
Cornell's voice reaches new highs when paired with the Rage trio, although Morello and his pals produced more original music...
It is also great to listen to from start to finish, as the songs flow together quite well.
This album stood out on the first listen, then it kept getting better and better after a few listen.
I may only be 14 but I know a good album when I hear one.
It is the best album for years. There is only one problem with this whole album, and band in general, they are not as good as Rage Against The Machine or Soundgarden, shame because its still a wonderful album..
I liked the feel of this CD, but I wish it has more solo's, like that of their sophmore album...
Apart from that Cohise, Show Me How To Live and Shadow On The Sun are pretty good.
If you like Soundgarden then this is a good album, but Rage fans are out of luck.
If your not even a rage or SG fan you should get this, its like chocoltae, everybody likes it.
It was a historic album never the less and still put them higher than most on a modern rock musicians...
Yes, better than Velvet Revolver. The best songs are Cochy, Show Me How To Live, Set It Off and I Am The Highway..
The songs are just dead good and hit the mind well and you can't get them out.
Whilst there are no bad songs on here, some songs seem to be bad when compared to Cochise, Show Me...
Lyrically, the music does not pack the emotional punch that RATM hits posses, and the riffs aren't quite as catchy.
You see Rage and Cornell didn't really have a feel for eachother in this album but I can tell that...
Sound quality was decent, vocals and lyrics were at the very least substantial, and presentation was pretty good.
I'm dying to see the newest album, it will definitely have a wide range of sounds..
Though Chris Cornell's vocals sure do bring out the best in this band, RATM had better mixing on there albums...
On this cd, Tom Morello is up to his usual stuff.