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Throwback Thursday: Audioslave Make History in Cuba

by Rob Slater on May 08, 2014

In 2005, the supergroup featuring the Chris Cornell-fronted incarnation of Rage Against the Machine (for legal purposes named Audioslave) made history as they became the first American rock band permitted to perform in the country. The result was a free show with over 70,000 people and a brief moment of unification between the two nations.

(Read: Supergroups Who Should Reunite)

The band dug into material from their first two albums as well as songs from their other established projects including "Spoonman," "Bulls On Parade" and the emotional "Black Hole Sun" that kicked off the encore. Watch the full replay below.

Setlist:

Set It Off

Your Time Has Come

Like a Stone

Spoonman

The Worm

Gasoline

Heaven's Dead

Doesn't Remind Me

Be Yourself

Bulls on Parade/Sleep Now in the Fire

Out of Exile

Outshined

Shadow on the Sun

Black Hole Sun (Cornell solo)

I Am the Highway

Show Me How to Live

Cochise

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