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  1. Audioslave is the eponymous debut album by hard rock band Audioslave and was released in November The album's music is strongly reminiscent of Rage Against the Machine, with Chris Cornell providing his familiar classic rock-esque wails and croons to the songs.
  2. It is the most successful Audioslave album to date, having sold more than three million copies in the United States alone. The album spawned hits such as "Cochise", "Like a Stone" and "Show Me How to Live". Despite its commercial success, Audioslave received mixed britpop.felodarandronadarterr.infoinfo: Hard rock, alternative rock.
  3. On this early Audioslave track, frontman Chris Cornell is claiming his self-worth after being taken for granted in his relationships. "I am not your rolling wheels, I am the highway," he sings.
  4. Lyrics. Audioslave Pearls and swine bereft of me Long and weary my road has been I was lost in the cities Alone in the hills No sorrow or pity for leaving I feel [Chorus] I am not your rolling wheels I am the highway I am not your carpet ride I am the sky Friends and liars don't wait for me I'll get on all by myself I put millions of miles Under my heels And still too close to you I feel.
  5. Nov 19,  · I Am the Highway Lyrics: Pearls and swine / Bereft of me / Long and weary / My road has been / I was lost in the cities / Alone in the hills / No sorrow or pity / For leaving, I feel, yeah / I am.
  6. I Am The Highway - Audioslave - Live at Pinkpop I Am the Highway" is a song by Audioslave, released in October as the fifth single from their eponymous debut studio album Audioslave. It reached number 66 on the Billboard Hot in , number 2 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart and number 3 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart.
  7. Nov 15,  · Audioslave hammered the muscle and musicianship of Rage Against the Machine and Soundgarden into a shape that was new yet still recognizable. On their debut, Chris Cornell's Beatles-derived sense of melody and sky-shaking vocal prowess and Tom Morello's furiously rhythmic guitar assault blended perfectly on the riff blasters "Cochise" and "Show Me How to Live.".

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