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Rage Against The Machine 20th Anniversary Edition [Vinyl] Original recording remastered

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  • Vinyl (3 Dec. 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Music On Vinyl
  • ASIN: B009XSVXT2
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  Mini-Disc  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (211 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 110,125 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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180 gram audiophile vinyl / Printed inner sleeve / Remastered audio

About the Artist

November 3, 2012 marks the 20th anniversary of one of the most explosive debut albums ever. Formed in 1991, Rage Against The Machine laid the groundwork for an aggressive new rock-rap genre with their politically-charged first album. Fueled by Tom Morello's distinctive guitar sound and vocalist Zack de la Rocha's messages of political and social consciousness, Rage Against The Machine became a critical and commercial success, selling millions of copies around the world and attaining legendary status among alt-rock fans. To this day the album, and the band, remains the standard-bearer for uncompromising, incendiary rock. Music On Vinyl got hold of brand new remastered audio for this legendary release, and have included a printed inner sleeve (with lyrics).

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Format: Vinyl
RATM burst into the scene with this album. It is sheer class. As soon as the funky opener 'Bombtrack' begins, you are hooked right until the final track as you are taken through the expletive filled 'Killing In the Name' through heavier tracks such as 'Bullet In The Head' and heavy/funky numbers such as 'Take The Power Back', and 'Know Your Enemy'. If you own one Rage album, make sure it is this one. Sadly, the original line up have called it a day, and I was privileged to see them perform live. This was also one of the graet things about Rage, in that they are superb live, and equally good on record. This is definitely a must have and shall remain a classic 9 years on from its release.
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Format: Audio CD
Rage Against the Machine...the name of the band says everything about their style. Pounding beats, amazing riffs, and completely rage filled lyrics and singing-these are some of the things that make Rage Against the Machine so compelling. There is NO filler in this album, it just pounds and rages through the entire length. Anarchy is a constant feature in Rage Against the Machine's songs, especially in this album. Songs like 'Killing in the name of' and 'know your enemy' show exactly how this works. For example, 'F*** you i wont do what you tell me' in 'Killing in the name of' pretty much underlines the entire band's purpose; stirring up controversy while keeping musical elements in their songs. The bands name says a lot about their style - the name is a term for rebelling against the authority, and their music surely proves that the name is rightfully used. Zach De la Rocha's singing/rapping goes very well with the band's heavy baselines and beats. Though this CD is around 15 years old, it still seems as fresh as ever. I think it is a great pity that the band broke up, and even though the remaining members (everyone minus Zach De la Rocha) of Rage against the Machine went on to form Audioslave, Audioslave much less controversial, and (in my opinion) their lyrics and baselines a lot less powerful.
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The problem with a band having such a heavy political stance is sometimes the politics prove detrimental to the musical accomplishment. Thankfully with RATM, once you look past the conglomerate-bating lyrics (whilst the band is signed to a highly lucrative contract with Sony-owned Epic Records), and ignore how the “fuck you I won’t do what you tell me” chant of their most popular hit on the record ‘Killing in the Name” has become the mantra of homework-hating white middle-class teens (a cynical marketing ploy veiled by an ostensible anti-capitalist stance, or a call-to-arms gone wrong?), RATM possess an impressive musical prowess. Successfully fusing hip-hop elements such as rap with Led Zeppelin-inspired hard rock over an entire album, RATM pioneered a sound that would later be often copied and yet never surpassed.
‘Bombtrack’ provides a startling introduction to the RATM manifesto. A quietly plucked opening suddenly explodes into a huge towering monster of a riff from guitarist Tom Morello, clearly showing his aforementioned Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath influences. Vocalist Zack De La Rocha spits the chorus “Burn, burn, yes you’re gonna burn” with such an intense ferocity rarely heard since the Sex Pistols’ Johnny Rotten 20 years earlier. Standout track ‘Killing in the Name’ shortly follows which surely represents the most aggressive vocal performance ever committed to compact disc, with yet another killer riff to boot. Any doubts that De La Rocha does not believe 100% in his own message are instantly dispelled when he screams out his expletive-ridden lyrics.
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I heard this album 7 years ago, back when I was just 10. Then, to me it was a lot of shouting, a lot of rude words, and funky loud guitars! Nowadays that's what I think when I listen to 'nu-rock' or whatever it is, Korn, Limp, Coal Chamber, and all them. They are just guitars and a guy screaming about rather unhappy things.
Now, when I listen to Rage, I hear something completely different. Vocals that convey the most power and emotion I have ever heard. Zack puts such intensity into all his songs, the quiet ones can make you just as angry as the screaming ones. The style is also much better than anything else I've heard. His singing goes from quiet rhyming to funky hiphop verses, to screaming catchphrases of anger and rage against 'the machine'. This is all backed up by the greatest guitarist today, Morello. He does things that not even I can do with my collection of air-guitars! Briliant solo pieces fit seemlessly with tunes that will keep you motivated and angry. Timmy C on the bass is normally overlooked due to Morello's greatness, but he keeps everything together with catchy riffs. And finally drum beats to keep it all lively and kicking.
I don't need to mention any of their songs for special praise, they all deserve it. This is a brilliant album that makes all other rock bands look amateur.
Thankyou, and goodnight.
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