Sound — 10
Audioslave definitly nailed this concert. They played Soundgarden, Rage Against The Machine, and of course, Audioslave tracks. The drummer was perfect throught every song, and sounded perfect. Brad, the bassist, did a great job, and didn't mess up. Chris, the singer, did an alright job, but he isn't anything special live, I think he could have done better. And the best part, Tom Morello. Tom Morello, the guitarist, did an amazing job, hitting every riff and every solo. He handled the Soundgarden song "Spoonman" perfectly. Everything you hear in the studio albums, you hear in the show.
Content — 10
The Live In Cuba DVD features 18 songs, their largest show to date. 01. Set It Off 02. Your Time Has Come 03. Like A Stone 04. Spoonman (Soundgarden) 05. The Worm 06. Gasoline 07. Heaven's Dead 08. Doesn't Remind Me 09. Be Yourself 10. Bulls On Parade (Rage Against The Machine, instrumental) 11. Sleep Now In The Fire (Rage Against The Machine) 12. Out Of Exile 13. Outshined 14. Shadow On The Sun 15. Black Hole Sun (Soundgarden, done by only Chris Cornell) 16. I Am The Highway (done by only Chris Cornell) 17. Show Me How To Live 18. Cochise This DVD also includes a bonus 'Sessions @ AOL' CD including: 01. Be Yourself 02. Loud Love 03. Doesn't Remind Me 04. Out Of Exile 05. Sleep Now In The Fire And finally, 'Live In Cuba' includes an documentary about the band's stay in Cuba, which is quite interesting to see these famous musicians just being themselves.
Production Quality — 10
The DVD is just straight up Rock, it kicks ass. The camera views were nice, they always switched to when a certain band member was doing a good part, as in a Morello solo, a drum intro, and parts by Brad and Chris. Nothing to complain about.
Overall Impression — 10
If your a fan of Audioslave, Rage, or even Soundgarden, you should check it out. It's a definite buy. It is one of the only few live shows that is as good, if not better, than the studio albums. I loved the feeling of the DVD, and the documentary, which if you watch before the actual show, it feels like your going through the experience with the band. It's amazing. If lost or stolen, I wouldn't hesitate to pick it up again.