AUDIOSLAVE: Live Video Footage From Havana Concert Available Online

Video footage from AUDIOSLAVE's performance in Havana, Cuba earlier in the month has been posted online at Yahoo! Music. Among the tracks available for viewing are "Be Yourself", "Your Time Has Come", "Cochise", "Set It Off", and "Like A Stone".

The first American rock group to perform in Cuba in 26 years, AUDIOSLAVE's concert in Havana was an honor guitarist Tom Morello's former band, politicos RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE, always discussed, but never experienced as reality.

"There were many roadblocks to keep RAGE from playing Cuba, and some of them were generated by government bureaucracy, and some were generated by internal band conflict," Morello told the Associated Press.

"Having 70,000 people singing along to us on a Havana night was amazing," he said. "I saw people throwing messages onto the stage. I saw them mouth the same words time and time again: 'Thank you.'"


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