"How me how to live (video intro)" as written by Chris Cornell, Brad Wilk, Tim Commerford and Tom Morello....
This radio station was named audioslave in honor of the last american heros, to whom speed meant freedom of the soul.
the question is not when they're gonna stop, but who's gonna stop 'em.


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    General CommentForeshadowing for the rest of the video?
    iGrenadeon May 16, 2006   Link
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    General Commentshould be "SHOW Me How To Live" obviously.

    Is this even neccessary?
    rock_hawkon July 05, 2006   Link
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    General Commentwell i guess instead of just transcribing the announcement at the start of the video, perhaps a little insight into what it means would be useful- the video is based on a classic movie called 'vanishing point' which is infact about 'the last american heroes to whom speed means freedom of the soul'
    techno_tedon July 15, 2006   Link
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    General CommentAlthough I support you in that its the intro for the videos scheme, but I can't find a relationship between this and the actual song itself.
    THNDRon June 06, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThe opening intro is from the film "Vanishing Point", considered one of the most influential car chase/road movies. They dubbed the word "Audioslave" over "Kowalski", because in the film, Super Soul's radio station is call KOW. Of course, the radio station isn't the only thing they used from the film.
    CB2001on October 30, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThe things that guy says at the begginng turn out to be very ironic now that Audioslave have broken up! They were heroes of rock music, unstoppable, such a great band, and eventually they were stopped by themselves since they decided to break up! I don't think Chris was the only person to blame for the breakup!
    Audioslave23on November 04, 2007   Link

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