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Audioslave — Hypnotize
Album: Audioslave
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6.3

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Total ratings: 1344









Released: 2002
Length: 3:24
Plays (last 30 days): 3
Well, if you set your mind upon it
I know that you can
You've got everything you wanted
You've done everything you planned
So let me make an offer
I'm only trying to help
You can make your load just a little lighter
All you got to do is share the wealth

Oh no, don't you keep your good luck to yourself
Oh no, don't you keep your good luck to yourself

Well, I know you got problems
I see it in your eyes
But if you want to live to see the morning
Give it up to your brother or you'll get a surprise

Oh no, don't you keep your good luck to yourself
Oh no, don't you keep your good luck to yourself

Well, it's time to see
You got to give or you're gonna receive
It's time to see
You got to live if you wanna believe
You can be

Oh no, don't you keep your good luck to yourself
Oh no, don't you keep your good luck to yourself
Oh no, don't you keep your good luck to yourself
Oh no, don't you keep your good luck to yourself
Oh no, don't you keep your good luck to yourself
Oh no, don't you keep your good luck to yourself
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so much heart... and grit... and groove.    
It would be nice if we wouldn't have to hear the same songs this often Bill. I don't mind this song or the replay value some songs have, I get it. But the reason I like to listen to RP in stead of anything else is the variety you can get here. I feel 3 plays in 30 days is too much with the huge pool of songs you got on here. The fact I remember when you last played this sort of takes away a bit of the magic I usually experience when listening to RP.

Rant over, Song's a 6. Pretty okay, not my style.
Keep up the good work guys!
Deep Peace of the Flowing Wave...  ...  ...   {#Meditate}
So relevant to this day.  RIP Chris... We miss you.
best pipes in the biz
Solid album from beginning to end!
R.I.P. CC
Thanks RP!
RIP, Chris Cornell. Nice obit in the Times:

Chris Cornell, Soundgarden and Audioslave Frontman, Dies at 52By CARYN GANZ and JOHN LELAND

The musician's death in Detroit was "sudden and unexpected," his representative said in a statement. The medical examiner's office said the cause of death was suicide


RIP
RIP Chris Cornell, another great Rock voice gone
Man what a loss.
rip 
First time I hear these guys on RP. And they do have way better songs even within this album...
2nd Audioslave cut today!  Thank you RP  {#Notworthy}
Is this an extortion theme?
Thought it was the band HIM for a moment
As the great Rock 'n Roll Detective, Ford Fairlaine once said: "I've heard cats fuck with more harmony"
...i couldn't tell whether this was chris cornell or the brad roberts!..
 lemmoth wrote:
Cash's cover of Soundgarden's Rusty Cage into Cornell & Morello's Audioslave - nice thematic segue

oops - Dave Mathews not so much 

 
ha ha... {#Cheesygrin}
Thoroughly obnoxious.... PSD.
Cash's cover of Soundgarden's Rusty Cage into Cornell & Morello's Audioslave - nice thematic segue

oops - Dave Mathews not so much 

Oh, I dunno, I guess I kind of like Cornell's voice when it's not sounding like he's trying to shoot down an F-18 with his tonsils.  It's nice to see some stretch from him — not everything has to be a frikkin screeching contest.  

Of course, Morello can turn any run-of-the-mill nursery rhyme into a jaw-dropping, head-banging metallic anthem with no more effort than you or I put into our "Which breakfast cereal this morning?" decision.  We're not worthy of him.  None of us.  Nope, not worthy.   {#Notworthy}
 

keller1 wrote:

Yep ... nowhere near the sum of the parts.
 


 lathyris wrote:
Man, this band is just a complete waste of Chris Cornell's amazing voice. He can belt it out better than anyone else, but for Audioslave it's like someone told him to "tone it down."

Not a bad band, but just not as good as it should be.
 
Yep ... nowhere near the sum of the parts.

This should be followed by Yoshida Bros. "Storm". :-)

Bill is cooking with gas this afternoon!


Great CD.
Gotta love Chris Cornell's Vocals...

audioslave by `lithiumpicnic
©2005-2010 `lithiumpicnic

tom morello



 coolpeople_rule wrote:
Emerson Lake & Powell might be a good follow up? Or maybe not...
 
Palmer?  How 'bout The Band doing their best ELP imitation?  {#Lol}

this is very cool.
 coolpeople_rule wrote:
Best song on this CD...just an opinion that could be flawed.
 

Opinions cannot be flawed since they are just that -..opinions....
love the build up in this tune.some lush background sounds.note to self must relisten to 'jesus christ pose'
 jhorton wrote:
jeezus krist what a great mix!
 
to get behind this, I will need a lot of whatever you are smokin'.  A LOT.

 themotion wrote:
Freaking genius segue from Quicksilver.
 
And again today.  Bill is da man.

Chris Cornell has the perfect voice for lots of rock and roll!
Chris Cornell went from hard-core grunge of Soundgarden to something in the middle with Audioslave to completely on the other side with his current outing with Timbaland. Interesting journey.
lathyris wrote:
Man, this band is just a complete waste of Chris Cornell's amazing voice. He can belt it out better than anyone else, but for Audioslave it's like someone told him to "tone it down." Not a bad band, but just not as good as it should be.
I completely agree. His voice demands to be loud and up front and they just don't give him the music for it. Glad he moved on, for whatever reason.
Man, this band is just a complete waste of Chris Cornell's amazing voice. He can belt it out better than anyone else, but for Audioslave it's like someone told him to "tone it down." Not a bad band, but just not as good as it should be.
jeezus krist what a great mix!
Incarnadine wrote:
Soundgarden was great, RATM was good... well, I loved their first album, then was a bit dissapointed when they put out the same album again a couple more times. I expected more from Audioslave. While I don't think they're horrible, they're a bit too commercial for me. I won't be rushing out to buy the albums. -Incarnadine
I totally dig Audioslave and Chris Cornell.
Soundgarden was great, RATM was good... well, I loved their first album, then was a bit dissapointed when they put out the same album again a couple more times. I expected more from Audioslave. While I don't think they're horrible, they're a bit too commercial for me. I won't be rushing out to buy the albums. -Incarnadine
Best song on this CD...just an opinion that could be flawed.
themotion wrote:
Freaking genius segue from Quicksilver. :clap:
I tells ya, kids, Bill's good. He's really good.
Emerson Lake & Powell might be a good follow up? Or maybe not...
The musical equivalent of a dentist's drill.
The intro is the best part.
Freaking genius segue from Quicksilver. :clap:
Kind of reminds me of Beck. Good stuff.
SteveGriff wrote:
Probably the only song of theirs I like. Being incredibly ignorant when I say that though...
Hey, it's OK to like what you want as long as you don't criticize others for liking what they want. Just my story and I'm sticking to it!
Great transition:
Quicksilver Messenger Service - Pride Of Man Audioslave - Hypnotize
Bill is a genius.
Probably the only song of theirs I like. Being incredibly ignorant when I say that though...
garoo1980 wrote:
I was just going to say that I miss Soundgarden :)
same here!
Kevstar wrote:
Please get this trash off RP.
Hey, they're playing your song! lol
Sweet. :bounce: More please!
Probably my favorite song on this Audioslave CD- it keeps getting better with each play. However, you need a really good system to get all the nuances: there is a lot more happening below the surface. Of course this can be said of a lot of artists, but this is espcially true with this AS track.
ScottN wrote:
I miss RATM.
I was just going to say that I miss Soundgarden :)
Hate the band, hate the song...bummer.
I miss RATM.
what i MEANT to say was: the original 4 rage against the machine albums feature some of the best guitar work i have ever heard. and i love the disclaimer they used: All sounds on this recording were produced by guitar, bass, drums or vocals. and tom morello is my guiar hero!
optimusprime10 wrote:
my vote for most amazing guitar player of all time: tom morello!
I feel his playing is more flash than substance. He does come up with some nifty riffs every now and then, though.
When Michael Mann places their songs in his films, they work well enough in context. Listened to separately, they're just tired.
Kevstar wrote:
Then this must be the only guitarist you have ever heard...
if this is the only piece of morello's work you've ever heard, then i'll just pretend i didn't hear that.
optimusprime10 wrote:
my vote for most amazing guitar player of all time: tom morello!
Then this must be the only guitarist you have ever heard...
Francis Ford Crappola
Really bad (like in terrible... please don't play this again) music.
the only good part is the cover art
my vote for most amazing guitar player of all time: tom morello!
What the...?? :drummer: :puke:
Music snob? Not. Audioslave and RATM, simply put, suck. tony620d wrote:
LOL take the cob out of your twat you music snob.
Kevstar wrote:
Please get this trash off RP.
LOL take the cob out of your twat you music snob.
No, but I did catch how bad this song sounds... black321 wrote:
anyone else catch how similar the phrasing of this song is compared with the previous Quicksilver, Pride of Man (todays 7/3 playlist)?
anyone else catch how similar the phrasing of this song is compared with the previous Quicksilver, Pride of Man (todays 7/3 playlist)?
Please get this trash off RP.
awesome. cornell is a great talent.
Soundgarden was way better
teo wrote:
Would prefer RATM though.
True. Or Soundgarden for that matter. I like both bands alot. The odd thing is when both play together either the vocals or the guitar seemes to annoy and drown out the song.
Great song!
Oh you're kidding right...what a ridiculous comment! srbarry wrote:
Everyone, grab your drum machine and lets all loop along together.
Would prefer RATM though.
Cute name for the band, nice rhythm, but the mix or engineering or whatever it is, is simply awful!! :no:
:dancingbanana_2: :dancingbanana_2: :dancingbanana_2: :dancingbanana_2: :dancingbanana_2: :dancingbanana_2: These guys sound great together - second CD is just as good as the first..........
Wonderfull track. When I first heard it I must have played it 4-5 times in a row. One of the few tunes I like that just gets better the louder it is. Too bad their last CD was a disappointment overall. Much like the group 'Live', I think their best is behind them.
Audioslave's second album is top notch. Glad to see them get some airtime.
That was a righteous mix in from the Loop Guru song. I'm pretty sure I'd like to hear about the woman that broke Chris Cornell's heart and caused him to write the incredibly moving lyrics in some of his songs.
Big Audioslave fan :drummer:
Sounds a lit bit like Jim Morrison... raw... I kinda like it! :jump: :guitarist: :dance: :fight: :heartkiss: :jump: :yes: :wave:
helllllllls yea
Oh Yeah, now were talkin. Good stuff. Props to R.P. for playing something with some bite.
I wish Chris Cornell would just quit. His voice is so drone-y anymore...
redeyespy wrote:
Man oh man, this blows. Too bad this would-be supergroup has turned out such nonsense. Makes me want to go crank The Battle of Los Angeles or even Superunknown to remember what these guys could do.
Sorry, red, we disagree here, but I know how you feel about Audioslave. ;-) This is a great example of what this band could do. Excellent rocking tune.
Man oh man, this blows. Too bad this would-be supergroup has turned out such nonsense. Makes me want to go crank The Battle of Los Angeles or even Superunknown to remember what these guys could do.
:notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy:
I think Morello and Cornell ruled way harder before they started working together.
herms74 wrote:
Can't believe the anger over this song...it just rocks. Period.
You're right. It JUST rocks, and that's all. Don't see any reason why that should make this a good song. Also period.
:guitarist: :drummer: :guitarist: 8)
:cool:
Bahhaahhaha! Only here can Johnny Cash fade into Audioslave! I love it!
Wowzers! Funkier than I expected from the Slave. Good call! (pimp)
good stuff... but let's hear some Soundgarden or some Rage somtime too. :nodhead:
.........ithinkineedtovisitthatbigflamesculptureinthedesert... .....isthestatueoflibertyunderthere.......
This ROCKS!!! Thanks fer turning me on to something new...again... :bounce:
BillG wrote:
Drum machine? I don't think so. Just the superhuman skill of Brad Wilk. The only production tricks on this track are reverb, a little flanging, & a few guitar overdubs. Just basic rock & roll from 4 guys who know their stuff.
Yeah. Hardly. That's a human on the drums, and a human on the guitar. Okay, so it's not the best cut on the record, but it's good to hear something other than their "hits". Heard a new song yesterday. If it's an indication of what's coming up on their next album, we're in for a good one.
masterhead wrote:
Great band.. I like to hear some music on the heavy side on RP.. to balance that eclectic taste, you know..what about Some Rage??
Upload some! :nodhead: :cheers:
Great band.. I like to hear some music on the heavy side on RP.. to balance that eclectic taste, you know..what about Some Rage??
audioslave just doesn't do it for me. i feel like i should like them, but i don't. can't put my finger on it, but i'm not thrilled with them for some reason.
srbarry wrote:
Everyone, grab your drum machine and lets all loop along together. On second thought.............lets not.
Drum machine? I don't think so. Just the superhuman skill of Brad Wilk. The only production tricks on this track are reverb, a little flanging, & a few guitar overdubs. Just basic rock & roll from 4 guys who know their stuff.
Everyone, grab your drum machine and lets all loop along together. On second thought.............lets not.
Great segue from Rain King.
sleepless wrote:
Fantastic song and a great voice... You can hear the controlled raw power and I hope he never looses it....
agree completely. :nodhead: though i think there are better songs on the cd.
nice follow up to Loop Guru.. thought the first notes were just a break or segway into another part of the LG song... :mrgreen:
Fair song, great voice. Mismatch.
This is probably the best album of 2003.
Fantastic song and a great voice... You can hear the controlled raw power and I hope he never looses it....
I love this song more each time I hear it!
Nice badass drums on this one. :drummer:
mikael wrote:
great song, great band, maybe best voice in rock ever.
Wow. Couldn't disagree more. Personally, I hope I never hear another tune sung by ol' Chris for the rest of my life.
great song, great band, maybe best voice in rock ever.
Can't believe the anger over this song...it just rocks. Period.
This song sucks. that all there is to it.
:stop: