1. #51
    Originally Posted by sychian Go to original post
    The Warrior soundtrack has a lot of Joe Walsh. Including "In the City," which was re-recorded by The Eagles. The Eagles would count as a major hit band.

    Edit: Actually, that was the only song by Walsh. I misread.
    Audioslave seems a bit more likely to me. But I'd be down with an Joe Walsh or Eagles pack. (Most people would go nuts over the latter. )
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    Chris cornell 3 pack

    Blackhole sun
    Cochise
    Can't change me
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    Tom Morello plays an interesting guitar.
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  4. #54
    Originally Posted by f100mudtruck Go to original post
    If its audioslave Im gonna be one happy mudtruck.
    Not sure if I have ever heard them.
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  5. #55
    ok. Found the other one. Also a quote from Cochise: "It is not easy to change, but sometimes it is required."

    In this case it's from [edit: Broken Arrow]. In any case, Cochise is definitely the clue.
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  6. #56
    In case it's not Audioslave, though that does seem likely now, there was a band called Cochise: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cochise_(band)
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    Well, I've been watching while you've been coughing.

    Originally Posted by RollingStone222 Go to original post
    "Bust our heads" may be from the movie The Warriors.
    The line is spoken by Cochise.
    So, Audioslave?
    "Yeah, real simple. Except that every cop in this city is lookin' to bust our heads." - Cochise, The Warriors, 1979

    “It is not easy to change but sometimes it is required.” - Cochise, Broken Arrow, 1950

    Well done by you and Sychian for confirming the sources.

    Sorry, I don't have dialogue samples that match the other Audioslave songs in this pack.
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    Well, I've been watching while you've been coughing.

    Originally Posted by RollingStone222 Go to original post
    "Bust our heads" may be from the movie The Warriors.
    The line is spoken by Cochise.
    So, Audioslave?
    "Yeah, real simple. Except that every cop in this city is lookin' to bust our heads." - Cochise, The Warriors, 1979

    “It is not easy to change but sometimes it is required.” - Cochise, Broken Arrow, 1950

    Well done by you and Sychian for confirming the sources.

    Sorry, I don't have dialogue samples that match the other Audioslave songs in this pack.
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    Here's another musical Cochese.... from Beastie Boys - Sabotage.

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    From Wikipedia:

    Cochise was leader of the Chihuicahui local group of the Chokonen and principal chief of the Chokonen band of the Chiricahua Apache and the leader of an uprising that began in 1861. Cochise County, Arizona is named after him.
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    Awwww..... not Beasties. Audioslave it is.

    Originally Posted by DanAmrich Go to original post
    Sorry, I don't have dialogue samples that match the other Audioslave songs in this pack.
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