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Renegades [Explicit Lyrics]

Rage Against the Machine Audio CD
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8. How I Could Just Kill A Man
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12. Maggie's Farm
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If Renegades proves to be the last Rage Against the Machine album to feature singer Zack de la Rocha, who quit the band after nine years, it's a cool way to go out. Produced by Rick Rubin, Renegades is a salute to the artists who made Rage what they are--or were. While it's easy to hear Rage's rap roots in songs from Afrika Bambaataa, EPMD, and Volume 10, it's more interesting to see their take on rock in its classic and punk forms. Rage capture the raw spirit, if not the quite the intensity, inherent in the MC5 classic "Kick Out the Jams." A superior second live take appears at the CD's end, followed by a concert version of Cypress Hill's "How I Could Just Kill a Man," with help from B-Real and Sen Dog. Devo's "Beautiful World" is rendered quietly unrecognizable, while Minor Threat's "In My Eyes" is given a wonderfully melodic, ultra-aggro treatment. The Rolling Stones' "Street Fighting Man" takes on a techno vibe that's unsettling and Bob Dylan's "Maggie's Farm" is also effectively modernized. Ultimately, Renegades is a must-have for its song selection, musical execution, and the unhappy fact that it's likely the ultimate offering from one of rock's most musically and politically relevant lineups. --Katherine Turman

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Australian pressing of the final studio album from Rage Against The Machine, originally released in 2000, features two bonus tracks: 'Kick Out The Jams' and 'How I Could Just Kill A Man'. Sony.

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3.0 out of 5 stars Before you buy this version... April 16 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
...Note that the 'bonus tracks' arent Australia only. 'Maggies Farm' and 'How I Could Just Kill a Man' are also on the U.S. version(they just arent listed as tracks). Since this one is alot more dough than the U.S. version, and they are basically the same, you would want that version instead.
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5.0 out of 5 stars RAGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! March 1 2004
By Brian
Format:Audio CD
This cd is one of Rage's best works. If u dont have it WHAT THE F*** ARE U WAITING 4!?!?!?!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Not the best Rage, but a great effort Nov. 9 2003
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
Rage Against the Machine is well known for their brutal lyrics and heavy riffs. And although this CD keeps up with both of those aspects, it is missing some depth. Sure, it's all covers, but that doesn't mean Zack can't put a little more into it. In "It's a Beautiful World" and "Kick Out the Jams" he takes a different approach with singing as opposed to rapping. And Tom Morello does the same thing he's done for the past 3 albums, but I believe that Tim Commerford is the highlight of this album. His basslines are very well put together and thought out, and the two live tracks (especially "How I could just Kill A Man") compliment his skill very well. Another positive aspect of this CD is the depth it proves that the band has, they cover music from all genres from Bob Dylan to Cypress Hill. And it slightly redeems itself from the no-solo identical song "Battle for Los Angeles". It doesn't beat Evil Empire and Rage's self titled debut, but there is no doubt that this album is a highlight in its genre.
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2.0 out of 5 stars booo Sept. 20 2003
Format:Audio CD
rage against the machine is one of my favorite bands, but this cd was really dissapointing for the people who like the rock side of rage then the rap side of them. this cd is mostly concentrating on zack's rap skills, which are awsome, but i really like morello's riff's. if u wanna get a rage cd, stick with thier first album, it is the best.
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5.0 out of 5 stars An incredible record Aug. 19 2003
Format:Audio CD
Even after 2 years, this album continues to amaze me. Of course there's the awesome Rage musicianship, but for me it's the song selection that stands out. If you're going to do a cover album, you need to make sure you're working with quality material, and RATM do exactly that. Rap? For my money it's hard to do better than Eric B & Rakim. Protopunk? Naturally, the MC5 and Stooges. Classics? Stones and Dylan, plus more recent Bruce. There's all this plus Minor Threat, Afrika, and Cypress Hill plus a couple more. That Rage was able to take this seemingly incongruous assortment of tunes and make them hold together in one cohesive package, and make them all completely kick [...] to boot, shows that there was hardly a better band around in recent years than Rage.
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4.0 out of 5 stars FINAL RAGE and the origins of AUDIOSLAVE July 11 2003
By Ronal
Format:Audio CD
While the album begins with the ultra hip "MICROPHONE FIEND" it's apparent that this album is going to be dominantly classical, West Coast Guitar RAGE, with songs that follow such as "PISTOL GRIP PUMP" and "HOW I COULD JUST KILL A MAN", this notion is easily reinforced until the track "KICK OUT THE JAMS". Which is a far better rendition of RAGE punk than track seven. But as the album progressed the origins of AUDIOSLAVE are apparent in songs like "I'M HOUSIN"
This song is the equivalent of Zack de la Rocha vocals over Audiosalve music. "THE GHOST OF TOM JOAD" is on Renegades as a definitive version. More cultured than the radio version with more of Tom Morello's incredible guitar work, superbly definitive. "RENEGADES OF FUNK" is stellar, and "MAGGIE'S FARM" closes out Rage Against The Machine's final album, and what a treat it is.
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5.0 out of 5 stars This is an awesome album! May 31 2003
Format:Audio CD
Anybody who likes the funky basslines and guitar mastery of rage against the machine should, nay must buy this album. It contains some really funky tunes and only one song on the album is [bad], which is an achievement for a cover cd. The Maggies Farm cover is awesome, and Im Housin is some cool music, although it is their last album, i would say that it is easily one of their best, alongsid ethe battle of los angeles. Get this fine piece of music now.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Turn the volume all the way up on this one. May 19 2003
By Da2then
Format:Audio CD
Rage Against the Machine's 'Renegades' is an awesome album with some sweet tunes that will make you wan't to turn the volume all the way up.This album is sort of like a dedication to the bands that helped Rage Against the Machine out all throughout their career.While this album is really good,it is still not close to the amazing quality of their first record released a long time ago before this or of 'Evil Empire'.Still,you should own this album and its a must have for any hardcore Rage fan like me.
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