Hey everyone--I'm Lexi Atkins... singer, actress, model, dancer, health coach.... to name a few lol.
The Traveling Wilburys - Handle with care [Rock] (Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Jeff Lynne, Roy orbison)
The Avalanches - Frontier Psychiatrist [electronic]
Nena - 99 Luftballons [Pop] (1983)
Barenaked Ladies - One Week [Alternative Rock]
Jefferson Airplane - White Rabbit [Psychedelic Rock] (1967)
Death Grips - Beware [Experimental Hip-Hop]
Tame Impala - List of People [Psychedelic rock] (2017)
{playlist} Hip hop playlist I through together, 100 songs updated weekly of the dopest hip hop from the last 2 years (mostly new)
Harvey Danger - Flagpole Sitta [Alternative Rock]
Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five - The Message [Hip-hop]
Cowboy Junkies - Sweet Jane [Alt. Country] (1988) Supposedly Lou Reed's favorite cover of the Velvet Underground classic
Kermit The Frog and Debbie Harry - The Rainbow Connection [Acoustic]
Buena Vista Social Club - Chan Chan [Son cubano]
The Music of BTS: A Quick Guide for Confused English speakers
Electric Light Orchestra - Livin' Thing [Rock]
Twisted Sister - We're Not Gonna Take it [glitter rock]
Midnight Oil - Beds Are Burning [rock] (1987)
Skee-Lo -- I Wish [Hip-Hop]
Enigma - Return To Innocence [New Age]
The Mamas & The Papas - Monday Monday [Sunshine pop, folk rock] (1966)
Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66 - Mas que Nada [Bossa Nova]
Joan Jett and the Blackhearts - Crimson and Clover [Classic Rock]
Mac Lethal - 400 words in one minute [Rap]
The Rolling Stones - You Can't Always Get What You Want [Rock]
Knife Party - Fire Hive [Dubstep]
Russell Simmons and Brett Ratner face new allegations of sexual misconduct/“I looked over at Brett and said ‘help me’ and I'll never forget the look on his face,” she recalled. “In that moment, the realization fell on me that they were in it together.”
Paul Simon — Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard [Folk Rock] (1972)
Siouxsie And The Banshees - Helter Skelter (cover) [post-punk]
Bikini Bottom Super Band - Sweet Victory [Bubble Bowl]
{playlist} I made this playlist with the sole purpose of instilling a groove within you. Warning: You may groove right out of your seat. Click at your own risk.
Herbie Hancock - Maiden Voyage [Jazz]
Mastodon - Oblivion [Metal]
Warren Zevon - Excitable Boy (full album) [Rock]
Animaniacs -- Nations of the World [Educational]
Tr?ng T?n, Anh Th? - Th??ng V? X? Ngh? [ Nh?c dân ca x? ngh?/ nh?c dân ca ví d?m ] 2017
The Quarrymen - That'll Be The Day [Rock and Roll] (1958)
Leadbelly - Where Did you Sleep Last Night [Blues]
Buckethead - Soothsayer [INSTRUMENTAL]
Steve Perry - Oh Sherrie [Pop] (1984)
Nat King Cole - Mona Lisa [Easy Listening, Traditional Pop]
784 sssssway As much as I love Soundgarden, Audioslave was what introduced me to Chris Cornell. Sad I'll never get to see them.
188 peeweejd I saw the Prophets of Rage on Sunday. It's Morello, Timmy C, and Dilk with Chuck D and B Real singing. They play a bunch of RAtM songs and some new stuff. They are really good BTW and currently touring small venues. Anywho, Chuck D and B Real leave the stage and three remaining play Like A Stone with no singer, just a dark stage with spotlight on an empty mic stand. Goosebumps. The crowd sung the whole song. TL/DR Surviving members of Audioslave play like a stone live in concert in a "missing man" formation.
77 freakishrash The song is about waiting to die. Incredibly sad and cryptic
130 SuperBearMan One of my favorite songs. May Chris rest in peace.
95 Blurify Always loved the guitar solo in this song. RIP Chris.
135 Jaygoon The acoustic version is probably the greatest thing ever.
92 lordofhell78 Gasoline came on yesterday at work and I got kind of teary-eyed. Still sucks.....big time. Loved Audioslave.
66 Khassar_de_Templari Tom Morello though.. there's a good reason why I adore audioslave and ratm. Not just tom, either, tbh.
148 patience-yago Great post OP. I actually love Audioslave more than Soundgarden.
16 nickoftimeJ27 The combination of Chris's lyrics and voice were a crutch for me growing up, now they remind me of how far I've come. Damn I'm gona miss Audioslave
8 G_Cruz RIP
22 Noname_Maddox I genuinely am not ready to listen to Chris yet. I seen him last year solo and it was the best single performance ever. Want to hold on to that memory for as long as I can.
8 LordHeebrial When I was younger, around 6-8ish my dad blessed me with Like a Stone and Audioslave. It was our song and we would always sing it on car rides when he picked me up from my mom and when he brought me back. It's a special song that holds good memories in my heart from when I was young. I didn't understand the lyrics or the meaning of the song, it just sounded amazing to listen to in the summer. Here I am now 22, sadly Cornell passed away and I've listened to Like a Stone nearly weekly. I know the lyrics and I understand them, it still holds a place in my heart even though my relationship with my dad has fallen into pieces. This is still one of my favorite songs, not because it still sounds amazing, but because of how it always brings me good vibes and reminds me of better days and to keep pushing through the dirt.