Product Details for Rage Against The Machine - Live At The Grand Olympic Auditorium - Audiophile Double Vinyl
Zack de la Rocha, Tim Commerford, Tom Morello and Brad Wilk formed Rage Against The Machine in 1991 and released their highly successful self-titled debut album in 1992. Their fiercely polemical music against cultural imperialism and government oppression, mixed into a Molotov cocktail of punk, hip hop and thrash was a groundbreaking style.
Live At The Grand Olympic Auditorium is a double LP and contains material of Rage Against The Machine's last two shows recorded in September 2000. Hits such as "Killing In The Name", "Bulls On Parade", and "Bullet In The Head" are even more intense than on the studio albums and the two covers (MC5's "Kick Out The Jams" and EPMD's "I'm Housin'") complete this true collector's item. A must-have for all record collectors and RATM-fans alike!
-180 gram audiophile vinyl -With full-colour insert -This LP documents audio from the last two shows before their break up in 2000 -Includes the smash hits: "Bomb Track", "Killing In The Name" and "Bullet In The Head" -2 LP's in a 6mm jacket
Tracklisting: A1 Bulls On Parade A2 Bullet In The Head A3 Born Of A Broken Man A4 Killing In The Name
B1 Calm Like A Bomb B2 Testify B3 Bomb track B4 War Within A Breath
C1 I'm Housin' C2 Sleep Now In The Fire C3 People Of The Sun C4 Guerrilla Radio
D1 Kick Out The Jams D2 Know Your Enemy D3 No Shelter D4 Freedom
This vinyl product is shipped from the UK in heavyweight protective card packaging