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Live & Rare [Best of]

Rage Against the Machine Audio CD
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1. Bullet In The Head (Live)
2. Settle for Nothing [Live]
3. Bombtrack (Live)
4. Take The Power Back (Live)
5. Freedom (Live)
6. Intro (Black Steel In The Hour Of Chaos) (Live)
7. Zapata's Blood (Live)
8. Without A Face (Live)
9. Hadda Be Playing On The Jukebox (Live)
10. Fuck The Police (Live)
11. Darkness
12. Clear The Lane

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Japanese 12 track import only collection features the rare cuts 'Darkness Of Greed', 'Clear The Lane' & a live cover of N.W.A.'s 'Fuck Tha Police', plus nine other rare & live tracks. 1997 Sony release.

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RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE Live & Rare (1997 Japanese exclusive 12-track CD album featuring 10 live and 2 studio recordings including Bullet In The Head Take The Power Back & Bombtrack picture sleeve with lyrics plus obi-strip SRCS-8361)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Better than Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium March 11 2004
Format:Audio CD
This "official bootleg" is a telling compilation of various Rage concerts throughout the mid-90s and may represent the final phase of "old school" RATM. What do I mean by old school? From the beginning up until the Evil Empire days, Rage's live concerts emphasized speech and wicked guitar improvisations. Oddly, this sense of adventurism faded out around the time BOLA was released... and it's quite obvious too. The "Bullet in the Head" solo on this disc destroys the one on Grand Olympic Auditorium. "Zapata's Blood" is a recognizable live track to any hardcore Rage fan and this may be the best performance of the song ever. The bonus demo cuts are pretty good, and "F*ck tha Police" is a wild ride. But the real treat is "Hadda be Playing on the Jukebox", an 8 minute poem that tells a story by its guitar work alone.
This CD may not be as accessible to Rage newbies as Grand Olympic Auditorium, but will be an instant classic to true fans.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Too bad it isn't better-known Dec 28 2003
Format:Audio CD
I can imagine that the import price made a few people in the US think twice about buying this album-I know I thought twice. But Rage is the kind of band that makes you think, "well it's expensive, but from this band it is worth it." Their studio albums are more of an excuse to get their message out and raise money for charity, as well as a way to remember their live shows. Because that's where the group really shines, onstage. Bullet in the Head is a great song live, and the guitar on it is impeccable. Get any album with Tom Morello playing guitar, trust me.
Just so you know, the songs on this disc are compiled from various shows which are listed in the liner notes. Other than their usual live songs (all pre-Empire except one) there are other interesting features. Chuck D and the band collaborate on Zapata's Blood and Intro-(just hearing the first part of that sentence should make you want to buy it), and Rage jams to the lyrics of a poem by Allen Ginsberg.
But if you still aren't convinced, you can hear the last two tracks, which are not on any of their other releases. They are good, too, not just throwaways.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Feel the Energy! May 3 2002
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
At the end of Rage Against the Machine's "Battle of Mexico City" set closer, "Freedom," the audience was brimming with adrenaline, and the band was pouring every ounce of energy they had into the last remaining seconds. The men with Deftones shirts, the women who looked like models, and the coloful teenagers knew however, that Rage was not done. They could see it and they could feel it. After an urgent guitar riff, Rage frontman Zack De La Rocha roared the word "Rock!" at the top of his lungs, proceeding to command "Go!" a number of times, and Rage was back in full effect. At the end of Rage's encore, there was not a single body in the building gasping for air. It was electrifying, it was astonishing, it's what Rage Against the Machine does best. Throughout their career, Rage Against the Machine has displayed an uncanny knack for pulling off stunning live shows. "Live & Rare" does a splendid job of capturing glimpses of Rage's live shows over the course of their early years.
1. Bullet In the Head: Superior to the studio version in every way. Contains one of the best and most eingmatic guitar solos you will ever hear.
2. Settle for Nothing: It was songs like this that set the stage for the angst-driven anthems of domestic discontent that flood the airwaves nowadays. During this performance, no one would have been suprised if Zack had broken down and cried. It's that emotional.
3. Bombtrack: This track opens with a history lesson by Zack about the case of Leonard Peltier. From there, the track explodes and does not let up.
4. Take the Power Back: Killer bass line, scolding of the American school system, enthusiastic crowd. What more could you ask for?
5. Freedom: Not the one from the Battle of Mexico City.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Live Rage Album Not To Be Missed Nov. 19 2002
By Bob Bob
Format:Audio CD
A great collection of live and rare songs from Rage Against The Machine, one of the best live acts in modern rock. I still remember Rage's charged performance at Woodstock '99 and how bad they made Metallica, the band going on stage after them, look. The two rare tracks are merely mediocre, although they may be of interest to hardcore fans. One especially noteworthy performance is Rage's cover of NWA's anti-police brutality anthem, F*** The Police. They turned a great old-school gangster rap song into an even better one. Chuck D. of Public Enemy, a large influence on Zack, also makes an appearance on the CD. This album is not to be missed, although it makes you want to kick yourself for not seeing Rage live when you had the chance.
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