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Rage Against The Machine - Rage Against The Machine

1 CD(s) - Rap Metal - Label: Epic - Distributor: Sony Music/Arvato Services - Released: 20/05/2002 - 5099747222429

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“A Few Angry men”

published 05/03/2008

ProStunning innovative guitar riffs and confrontation...

ConsHard to think of one, but not an album for everyon...

In the early 90s innovative guitarist Tom Morello left his band 'Lock Up' and went in search of members for new band. After seeing rapper Zach de la Rocha playing a club he also enlisted drummer Brad Wilk and childhood friend Tim Commerford on bass. Calling themselves 'Inside Out' they put...

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Excellent

ProHard, unconventional rock

ConsAn acquired taste

Rap-Metal group Rage Against the Machine released their self-titled debut album in 1992, but the music is just as relevant today as it was back then. Songs like 'Take the Power Back' and 'Freedom' are about individual exploitation by the cultural, social, and political systems in society, and how...

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ProLots of bangers

ConsA couple of tunes are slightly weaker than the res...

Rage Against The Machine brought their eponymous debut in 1992. It finds the Metal band, who are heavily rooted in the Funk and Rap-based material coming to bring their alternative material and bringing about rather significant changes as they took on from what only a few others had previously...

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“FCK YOU”

published 01/11/2001

ProGood music and all that.

Consnay

The best band of the 1990s was -without any debate in my view- Rage Against The Machine. And the best album was probably their very first back in 1992 titled simply 'Rage Against The Machine' -it's genius. From the outset this is an utterly divine and classic album. Here we see a new act, one...

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“The Call For Rage”

published 23/07/2002

ProLyrics, Solos, Zack’s rapping & many more

ConsNothing much

This is first of the four reviews I’ll be writing on my favorite band till now. Starting from their self-titled debut album in 1991 to the last Renegades in 2000 after the lead vocalist-rapper-Screamer front man Zack De La Rocha left the band. I will be mainly writing about the music and...

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Excellent

ProFast, heavy, consistently excellent.

ConsNone.

Nu-Metal, made depressing by KoRn, and "down with the kids" by Limp Bizkit, was started way back in 1992, with Rage Against The Machine's self-titled debut album, "Rage Against The Machine". With the metal riffs, rapping vocals and experimental use of instruments, Rage Against The Machine started...

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Excellent

ProEverything about the damn thing!

ConsRead above sucka!

As I stare at my music collection, looking for something to play, something catches the corner of my eye. On top of a shelf lies Rage Against The Machine's self titled debut album, staring me in the face, just asking to be played. The huge fire on the front of the album, covering a rather calm...

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“Hard metal.............”

published 22/02/2006

Proyeah

Consnon

""Hello! ""Rage against the Machine" is the self-titled debut album by: **Zack De La Rocha **-His story begins in Irvine, CA, as a Hispanic youth in an area, which, during the '70s and '80s, was one of the most white-bred areas of California. His mother was an Anthropology Ph.D. and his father...

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“know your enemy”

published 14/06/2002

Prosheer amazingness

Consthere aren't any

I bought this after I saw the matrix and heard 'wake up' and this album has changed my life. Firstly it’s musically amazing. Just the opening bass of bombtrack blew me away and tom morello's guitar work (I stand in awe of him) not to mention Zack's vocals (wow), but what this album really...

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“Rage at there best....”

published 02/09/2001

ProGreat all round album, there best.

Consthe band are now not toghether any more.

This record is just packed with adrenaline pumping, policially charged, anti-American energy that tears down the Government for its hypocrisy and is filled with profound substance that is matched by few. **RATM have inspired numerous bands and will continue to do so as long as their recordings...

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Excellent

ProThe opinion...

ConsHmm...

Rage Against the Machine – the Eponymous album. The band ‘Rage Against the Machine’ formed in 1989, they are old. Yes. So, they played a few early songs on some redneck Yankee stages, and the record companies became interested in Zack de la Rocha and the crew. They then, of...

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“Better than Renegades”

published 05/05/2001

ProLyrics

Consnone

I first heard of 'Rage Against The Machine' from the song 'Wake Up' on the soundtrack to the movie 'The Matrix'. I loved this song from the first time I heard it, so I decided to check out this album because it was on here. Before buying it, I thought that 'Wake Up' would be the best song and all...

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Excellent

ProGENIUS SONG WRITING

ConsNONE

Rage Against the Machine are one of the modern day, true grit bands. Their songs are all heavy and usually have a message. The political messages behinnd their songs make the album a classic, that you can just listen to again and again. Featuring some of the greats, such as "wake up" (The song at...

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“Just damn good.”

published 19/09/2004

ProSlice 'o classic, kick ass rock.

ConsIf you don't like rock, this aint gonna change you...

Rage against the machines first album, the self titled R.A.T.M, is known is some circles as a modern classic, and I heartily agree. In my opinion, the 90's were at a loss as regards rock music. Britpop hadn't really kicked off yet, the stratospheric rise of Nirvana had unfortunately killed off...

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“Simply amazing”

published 26/08/2001

ProAny album that can make "bop bop wheeee" sound thr...

ConsNone I can think of

This is one seriously great album. As a guitarist I love Tom Morello's style- from his inventive stuff ("Bullet in the Head") to more traditional style (Solo on "Freedom"). Zack's vocals are very emotive and suit their political message wonderfully. The thing I really loved about this album was...

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1 CD(s) - Rap Metal - Label: Epic - Distributor: Sony Music/Arvato Services - Released: 20/05/2002 - 5099747222429

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