Audioslave, compression

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Audioslave, compression

Post by vvv » Sat Apr 04, 2020 6:34 pm

So I came across the first Cornell solo record as I was organizing, and listened, and what a voice. Pretty fair guitarist, also.

So I put on the first Audioslave record, and lo and like, behold: the smashing no longer bothers me.

I reckon this many years later, I'm used to it ...

Great record, in that heavy-metal Zep-influenced, Sound-Garden with a noisier-lead sound what they had.
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