If you're reading this, odds are you're already a Rage fan, so there's no point telling you how good the title track is. The real story here is the other two tracks. Rage seem to be taking the Pet Shop Boys attitude toward B-sides -- using them as a chance to experiment. In this case, "Darkness of Greed" seems to be an experiment in a pseudo-swing style, and it's hard to say whether it works or not. "Clear the Lane" is closer to the usual Rage sound, but De La Rocha's vocals seem to have a different quality to them, as though he were ill the day they were recorded or had spent several hours among Southerners. The lyrics are pure Rage, familiar territory to anyone who's heard any of their other albums. It's hard to recommend this album to anyone but the most die-hard Rage Against the Machine completist. The songs are good, but you'd be better off waiting a year or two for the inevitable B-side compilation to come out.