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Audioslave was an American hard rock supergroup that formed in Los Angeles, CA in 2001. It consisted of Soundgarden frontman and rhythm guitarist Chris Cornell and the former instrumentalists of Rage Against the Machine: Tom Morello (lead guitar), Tim Commerford (bass and backing vocals) and Brad Wilk (drums). Audioslave released three successful albums, received three Grammy nominations, sold more than eight million records worldwide, and became the first American rock band to perform an open-air concert in Cuba. Cornell issued a statement in February 2007 that he was permanently leaving the band "due to irresolvable personality conflicts as well as...
Andreas Werner is one of today’s most prolific figures in the incredible Techno universe of Cologne. He encapsulates a delicate rhythmic sound and expression that is best exemplified in his 12” Zwrtshak Drive—a favourite among artists such as Guido Schneider, Richie Hawtin or Ricardo Villalobos on his most recent tour. It was also a #1 selection in the German publication Groove Magazine. Supported over the last few months by Triple R (head of the Traum label) under his pseudonym Audio Werner, Andreas has developed a sound that has renewed and continued the refined Techno tradition in Cologne—the flagship European city...
Described by Exclaim! as a band “that seem destined to go places quickly,” Toronto’s HIGHS have been rapidly building momentum with their unique approach to pop music. Fast-becoming the darlings of Toronto’s vibrant music scene, alt-pop creators HIGHS’ much- acclaimed musical blend has taken them from bedroom demos to festival stages in a matter of a few short years. The band’s self-titled EP – a 6 tracker that reflects growing up, the concept of home and spirituality – was produced and engineered at Verge Music Lab by Steve Major (Death From Above 1979, Island, Whitehorse, Great Lake Swimmers) and lead...
What would it sound like if we’d push over our record shelves and then glue the pieces back together? Chekhov guns is the result of this puzzle; the third audiotransparent record. Together with producer Corno Zwetsloot the band took two years inside a fully analog studio (no computers used for recording!) to assemble the thirteen songs. During this process more then only record shelves toppled over. Band members got acquainted with grown up issues. Singer Bart saw his own life fall to pieces. The theme for the record can therefore be described as ‘Bits and pieces’, lyrically as well as...
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They used to be called "cash money" but there are to many hip hop band withs that reference so they had to white it up a bit. Their music is pretty good. Google "cash audio wiki" for more useless info. .
Dondake! Konishi Man
Gintama OST Madao
Danboru No Kamisama Madao
high IQ [Official Audio]
Hero to Ojisan
Yume to Zenryoku
Take care buddy
Welcome Back, Everyone
Take care buddy (GINTAMA OST)
Rules are meant to be broken(Gintama OST)
Taisetsu Na Ni Hodo Omoku Seoi Gatai
Otoko No Kusari
Jadou to Oudou
Ketsunoke Vs Shirinoke
万事屋ブルース (yorozuya blues)
Whyd You Only Call Me When Youre High (Audio)
Do you want to be a Sugar doll
It's Bad Luck to See a Spider at Night
whyd u only call me when ur high