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Rage Against The Machine: Live At The Grand Olympic Auditorium [DVD] 
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Tracklist 1. Program Start 2. Bulls On Parade 3. Bombtrack 4. Calm Like A Bomb 5. Bullet In The Head 6. Sleep Now In The Fire 7. War Within A Breath 8. I'm Housin' 9. Killing In The Name 10. Born Of A Broken Man 11. No Shelter 12. Guerrilla Radio 13. How I Could Just Kill A Man 14. Kick Out The Jams 15. Testify 16. Freedom 17. Credits 18. Play Concert 19. Set List (see track listing) 20. PCM Stereo 21. Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound 22. People Of The Sun 23. Know Your Enemy 24. Democratic National Convention 2000 25. How I Could Just Kill A Man 26. Bombtrack 27. Bonus Concert Performances
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The Main gig on this DVD has a great selection of tracks and goes on for a fair amount of time, and, as a extra brucey bonus, it also includes 6 tracks from another performance held at the Democratic Convention 2000. This Isn't just a bit of filler for the DVD, its almost like another whole gig (well, a bit shorter) If by now, you still havn't had enough RATM, then there are a couple of extra music videos to watch, "How I could Just Kill a Man" and "Bombtrack".
Having never had the chance to see them live, this DVD is the closest I will ever get to that, and It does a damn good job of it too.
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However, this is a better addition in my opinion than just the gig itself, the inclusion of footage from the democratic national convention 2000. For me it optimises all what rage stood for, combining their primal sound in the backdrop of corporate America. It shows (from the looks on the police's faces) the sheer ferorcity with which rage can perform.
Overall, i highly recommend this DVD. It shows a band at the height of their powers, unfortunately i never got to see them live, but this is a great testiment to the band and contains peformances which are both powerful and awe-inspiring.
A memo should go out to all bands and music DVD producers that says at minimum: "1) Music DVD's should be produced to the highest standards. 2) The musical performances within should represent the talent that made the studio recorded CDs sell. 3) Theatrics are very cool too, as long as you can pull them off without deterioration in the quality of the music."
Let's break it down then for Rage's Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium:
1 - "Music DVD's should be produced to the highest standards." - The picture quality in Rage's Live at the GOA is fair at best. I think this is due to a combo of two things: Old technology was used to film the performance, and there is a deliberate use of a technique that makes the picture a bit grainy. This grainy effect is hardly noticeable on a standard def TV, but it's very noticeable on a high def plasma TV. Seemingly, the band and the director chose to deliver what they felt was some kind of "atmospheric production" versus giving the viewer a front row seat to the performance. Hence, the relatively poor picture takes a bit away from the DVD.
On the other hand, the visual doesn't jump all over the place every 2 seconds as is true with way too many music DVDs (for some reason the notion all too often is that changing the visual projects the energy of a song...and that's a stupid notion).Read more ›
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Great dvd, although the image quality is not perfect. But the sound is awesome!Published 25 days ago by Jose Ricardo Almeida
`Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium' is the explosive last gig from Rage Against the Machine before they broke up the first time. Read morePublished on 7 April 2010 by Spider Monkey
Good video which captures the band well. Excellent extra features. My only gripe is that the main concert is not the same sound quality as the extras, not 5.1 unfortunately.Published on 15 Feb. 2010 by J. Bruton