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Rage Against the Machine XX (20th Anniversary Special Edition)


Download links and information about Rage Against the Machine XX (20th Anniversary Special Edition) by Rage Against The Machine. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Alternative genres. It contains 31 tracks with total duration of 02:37:41 minutes.

Artist: Rage Against The Machine
Release date: 2012
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Alternative
Tracks: 31
Duration: 02:37:41
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No. Title Length
1. Bombtrack 4:03
2. Killing In the Name 5:13
3. Take the Power Back 5:36
4. Settle for Nothing 4:46
5. Bullet In the Head 5:06
6. Know Your Enemy 4:54
7. Wake Up 6:03
8. Fistful of Steel 5:30
9. Township Rebellion 5:24
10. Freedom 6:06
11. Bombtrack (Live) 5:56
12. Bullet In the Head (Live) 5:43
13. Take the Power Back (Live) 6:09
14. Bombtrack (Demo) 4:04
15. Take the Power Back (Demo) 5:39
16. Bullet In the Head (Demo) 5:09
17. Darkness of Greed (Demo) 3:39
18. Clear the Lane (Demo) 3:47
19. Township Rebellion (Demo) 4:18
20. Know Your Enemy (Demo) 4:18
21. Mindset's a Threat (Demo) 3:55
22. Killing In the Name (Demo) 6:26
23. Autologic (Demo) 4:06
24. The Narrows (Demo) 4:35
25. Freedom (Demo) 5:40
26. Killing In the Name 5:16
27. Bombtrack 4:07
28. Freedom 6:02
29. Take the Power Back 6:06
30. Bombtrack (Live) 3:58
31. Wake Up 6:07



Rage Against the Machine's eponymous 1992 debut album successfully blended rap and metal with binding elements of punk and funk. But what garnered attention even more than the band's impressive musical hybrid was frontman Zack de la Rocha’s politically charged lyrics; he lambasted oppressive governments, American corporations, and cultural imperialism. In addition to a fidelity remaster, the 2012 anniversary reissue boasts an extra 21 tracks, including three live songs, 12 previously unreleased demos, and six videos. The live recording of “Bombtrack” starts with de la Rocha telling a Minnesota audience about Leonard Peltier’s plight before guitarist Tom Morello invokes a sonic storm. De la Rocha, Morello, and the rest of the band step it up on the live version of the anti-everything anthem “Bullet in the Head,” with echoes of audience participation in the periphery. “Take the Power Back” best exemplifies the rhythm section’s allegiance to '70s funk. Of the demos, “Bullet in the Head” homes in on Tim Bob’s bass skills as he segues through root-note pedaling, harmonic melodies, and fretboard slapping.