AUDIOSLAVE: Previously Unreleased Song Posted Online

AUDIOSLAVE have posted a previously unreleased song, "The Ooh Song", on their special ConnecteD site. The site can only be accessed by computer after inserting the band's self-titled debut CD in the CD-ROM drive.

In other news, AUDIOSLAVE guitarist Tom Morello recently told Launch that, while he is not in favor of the United States waging war on Iraq, that doesn't mean he condones the actions of Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein.

"Everyone can agree that a guy like Saddam Hussein is a really horrible dude that deserves what he gets," Morello said. "If he was the only person living in Iraq that would be one thing, but just as we saw and felt the horrific pain and devastation that can be caused to an entire society by the events of September 11, where thousands of absolutely innocent people were killed for some madman's agenda, I think it's important that no innocent lives be taken in our name for someone's political agenda."


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