|Collection CDs (2010)
RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE CD discography Collecting some of the most defiant and politically charged rock to be released during the '90s into one complete set, the value-priced Collection gathers all five of Rage Against the Machine's albums together in one box. Featuring their self-titled breakout, Rage Against the Machine, as well as Evil Empire, Battle of Los Angeles, their covers album Renegades, and the live show, Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium, this compilation charts the rise of the incendiary rap-rock act as they blew up both speakers and minds with their socially conscious lyrics and groove-heavy aggression. While all five albums are housed in mini-LP sleeves, there isn't anything in the way of B-sides or previously unreleased material, so this set is definitely more for the newly initiated than the die-hard fan. ~ Gregory Heaney
2010 five CD box set containing all five of their albums, each housed in mini LP sleeves. Contains the albums Rage Against The Machine (1992), Evil Empire (1996), The Battle Of Los Angeles (1999), Renegades (2000) and Live At The Grand Olympic Auditorium (2003). As one of the forefathers of the Rock Rap movement in the 1990s, this limited box set celebrates Rage Against The Machine's status as an influential political band in contemporary music. Sony. 2010.
Recording information: A&M Studios, Hollywood, CA; Cello Studios, Hollywood, CA; Cole Rehearsal Studios, Hollywood, CA; Grand Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA; Industrial Recording, North Hollywood, CA; Kiss Music Recording Studios, Melbourne, Australia; Royaltone Studios, North Hollywood, CA; Scream Studios, ...
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RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE albums RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE is a collection of live concert videos and uncensored versions of 5 original videos.
On paper, Rage Against The Machine reads like Beavis, Boogie Down Productions and Butt-Head: an angry and enlightened rap frontman who preaches a multi-cultural alternative to what they teach you in schools and show you on TV, backed by a funky heavy metal rhythm section whose vampage and riffing pay direct tribute to the likes of the Edgar Winter Group and Led Zeppelin.
But there's no sense of fusion here. Neither a metal band toying with rap nor a rap group fronting as a rock band, R.A.T.M. is four guys who were never ...