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The Battle of Los Angeles
 : The Battle of Los Angeles

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by: Rage Against The Machine


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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE
EAN: 0074646963029
Item Dimensions: 3956223497
Label: Epic
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Epic
MPN: MFR074646963029#VG
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: November 02, 1999
Publisher: Epic
Release Date: November 02, 1999
Running Time: 45 minutes
Studio: Epic




Disc 1:
  1. Testify
  2. Guerrilla Radio
  3. Calm Like a Bomb
  4. Mic Check
  5. Sleep Now In the Fire
  6. Born of a Broken Man
  7. Born As Ghosts
  8. Maria
  9. Voice of the Voiceless
  10. New Millennium Homes
  11. Ashes In the Fall
  12. War Within a Breath
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
remastered reissue of 1999 albumpackaged in a digipak.

Amazon.com:
Having successfully fused music and politics from their start, inspiring both moshing and young minds in the process, Rage Against the Machine emerges in peak form with merely their third album in seven years. Guitarist Tom Morello is one of the most distinctive and innovative players of his era, and his foil, vocalist/lyricist Zack De La Rocha, is as unrelenting and inspiring as ever on The Battle of Los Angeles. Rage, whose past antics include performing naked with duct tape over their mouths to protest censorship, released Battle on Election Day, but the politics of the group can be separated from the sounds. Indeed, the 45 minutes of mayhem heard here can be enjoyed solely as rousing aggro hip-hop rock. There's more variety found on Battle than on its predecessors, however. "Sleep Now in the Fire" is one of their most straight-ahead rock tunes. The trippy guitar on "Calm Like a Bomb" is out there even for the adventurous Morello. And "Born a Broken Man" serves up lovely musical interludes. Overall, the more finely honed Rage heard on Battle may not inspire a generation of young revolutionaries, but they still stir up more mutinous spirit than the rest of the current rock pack. --Katherine Turman



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