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Audioslave

Audioslave is an alternative music supergroup consisting of Chris Cornell (formerly of Soundgarden) and the instrumentalists of Rage Against the Machine.

Their first studio album, Audioslave, drew mixed reactions from critics. Some lambasted the group as millionaire musicians who constantly argued during album production, and whose 70's rock sound is primarily the result of post-studio modification. Others compared them to Led Zeppelin, saying they add much-needed sound and style to contemporary mainstream music.

Allegations that they argued during production are not entirely unfounded; the group broke up in in April 2002, before they had even released an album, but reunited in the summer and went on to release their debut album on November 19.

A new album is expected in 2004.

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