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Volume 68, Issue 62, Wednesday, November 20, 2002
 
 

Arts & Entertainment



 

Posthumous release a fitting end for Harrison
George Harrison speaks from beyond the grave. Literally.

The "quiet Beatle" died of cancer almost one year ago (Nov. 29), but the posthumous release Brainwashed, begins with Harrison saying "Give me plenty of that guitar" before "Any Road" kicks in. Itis not the songis intro. Itis a sign of things to come for the guitar-driven album.
 

Audioslave isn't full of rage, just ig dumb rock
There's something comforting about hearing Chris Cornell scream like a banshee.

He hasn't really done it since Soundgarden broke up in 1997. On his solo effort, Euphoria Morning, Cornell was more concerned with doing everything he'd wanted to do in Soundgarden r&b, blues, folk and pop. So the best voice in rock music has been pretty silent for more than five years.

 

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