Video List: Songs Covered By Audioslave

Covers by Audioslave:

Killing in the Name (Rage Against the Machine cover)


Spoonman (Soundgarden cover)


Black Hole Sun (Soundgarden cover)


Super Stupid (Funkadelic cover)


Bulls on Parade (Rage Against the Machine cover)


Sleep Now in the Fire (Rage Against the Machine cover)


(What's So Funny 'bout) Peace, Love and Understanding (Brinsley Schwarz cover)


Seven Nation Army (The White Stripes cover)


Outshined (Soundgarden cover)


Call Me a Dog (Temple of the Dog cover)


Rusty Cage (Soundgarden cover)


Working Man (Rush cover)


White Riot (The Clash cover)


Loud Love (Soundgarden cover)


Hunger Strike (Temple of the Dog cover)


Testify (Rage Against the Machine cover)


Slaves & Bulldozers (Soundgarden cover)


Fell on Black Days (Soundgarden cover)


Redemption Song (Bob Marley & The Wailers cover)
Chris solo part of Audioslave show

Blow Up the Outside World(Soundgarden cover)
Nov 6, 2005 Fox Theater, Detroit
Sept 29, 2005 Vancouver BS
April 22, 2005 Aragon Ballroom, Chicago

All Night Thing (Temple of the Dog cover)
Oct 21 2005 Lowell, MA
Oct 90 2005 London Ontario
Sept 25 2005 San Fran, CA

2112 Part VI: Soliloquy (Rush cover)


Dark Globe (Syd Barrett cover)
Aug 3 2003 HiFi Buys Amp Atlanta, GA

O Canada (Calixa Lavallée cover)


War Pigs (Black Sabbath cover)


Atlantic City (Bruce Springsteen cover)


- Lea

Interview: Tom Morello Asked About Unreleased Audioslave Material

Update: From Kerrang! Interview 10/2018


Original Post:

We've heard before that there are a few recorded and unreleased Audioslave songs.  Even from the very beginning, the band stated they had over 20 songs, 14 of which made it to their debut album. 

We've heard a couple songs live that aren't on any of the 3 albums or separate singles, and "Turn To Gold" from the original leaked demos never made an official release either.

This Chris Cornell solo performance of "Roads We Choose" from Atlantic City, NJ in 2011 also has Chris explaining that this song was written and recorded by Audioslave during the Out of Exile sessions but never made it to that album or Revelations.  Chris then recorded a separate version for Carry On, although it didn't make that album either. 

 

Music Radar [click for full interview]

In a new interview with Tom Morello, Michael Astley-Brown asks about unreleased Audioslave songs and learning from Chris Cornell:

The late Chris Cornell was an unsung talent as a guitarist; did you learn anything from him when it came to guitar playing?

“He had a very wonderful and unorthodox songwriting talent - it was sort of part-Beatles, part-Black Sabbath, but he had this internal non-4/4 time signature clock in him that was really interesting, and it’s in some of those Audioslave songs where he would contribute chord progressions.

“One of the most difficult parts of any Audioslave song for me to play was the bridge of Like A Stone, which was Chris’s chords. Because it was just so counterintuitive to me; he just had very unique chordal inclinations that made for beautiful music, then he would weave his gorgeous melodies on top of them. And still to this day, I have to have a cheat sheet onstage when we do the tribute to Chris, playing Like A Stone - I just have to make sure I don’t mess up the bridge. [laughs]”

There's still some unreleased Audioslave material in the vault; will that ever see the light of day?

“I hope it does, because there’s great Audioslave material in the vault. It’s so sad: we had talked about playing more Audioslave shows and releasing that material and doing something together in the not-too-distant future.”

 

Article(s): 25 Years Of Talking To Chris Cornell For Spin

Source: Spin
Author: Various Spin Staff

Over the last three decades Spin spoke to Cornell again and again—as he rose to grunge superstardom with Soundgarden, as he branched out with a solo career, and when he returned alongside members of Rage Against the Machine as Audioslave. In remembrance, we’ve gathered this collection of pieces from the archives, some available to read online for the first time. Below, find cover stories on Soundgarden from 1994, 1996, and 2010; Cornell’s revealing 2006 interview about addiction and Audioslave; our 2014 oral history of Superunknown; and more treasures that give a look into the lifetime of a definitive figure of alt-rock.

Video: Full Prophets Of Rage Show feat. Audioslave

Just added to Google Drive
- Full Prophets of Rage show. Even the parts you don't want to see
- Just the Audioslave initial 3 song set
- Those 3 songs split up
- Chris Cornell joining in with err'body on Killing In the Name

[Google Drive]
(it lets you stream these like YouTube but if you select a file, there's a download option too)

We also added these to the existing YouTube playlist:

Videos: Audioslave Reunite For 3-Song Set 01.20.2017

Watch On Google Drive (Cochise, Like A Stone, & Show Me How To Live*)

Audioslave performed Cochise, Like A Stone, and Show Me How To Live in that order, and Chris returned to close the show with all other guests and Prophets of Rage performing Killing In The Name Of.  

*Show Me How To Live is fan shot, thanks to our friend Lisa ! The other 2 are from the live stream. 

Note: it's 2:30am and these videos are uploading. so if you click the YouTube or Google Drive and the 2 videos aren't there, then you somehow found this site and clicked the links while the upload was still going.  Congrats ! Now wait longer