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The Battle Of Los Angeles


Download links and information about The Battle Of Los Angeles by Rage Against The Machine. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Rap Rock, Metal, Alternative Metal, Heavy Metal, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 45:10 minutes.

Artist: Rage Against The Machine
Release date: 1999
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Rap Rock, Metal, Alternative Metal, Heavy Metal, Alternative
Tracks: 12
Duration: 45:10
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No. Title Length
1. Testify (Album Version) 3:30
2. Guerrilla Radio (Album Version) 3:26
3. Calm Like a Bomb (Album Version) 4:58
4. Mic Check (Album Version) 3:33
5. Sleep Now in the Fire (Album Version) 3:25
6. Born of a Broken Man (Album Version) 4:40
7. Born As Ghosts (Album Version) 3:22
8. Maria (Album Version) 3:48
9. Voice Of The Voiceless (Album Version) 2:31
10. New Millennium Homes (Album Version) 3:44
11. Ashes In The Fall (Album Version) 4:37
12. War Within a Breath (Album Version) 3:36



Unwilling to go out with a whimper, Rage Against the Machine treated their final album (Renegades is a posthumous collection of cover songs) like Custer's Last Stand — with guitars blazing instead of guns and a headstrong Zach de la Rocha leading the charge as if it might be his last, from the lawnmower lashings of "Testify" to the claustrophobic and caustic closer "War Within a Breath." In many ways it was, as the rap-metal pioneer retreated into the shadows to work on a secretive solo project that still hasn't come out. As for the rest of Rage, they managed to crank out three Audioslave albums with Chris Cornell before rejoining de la Rocha at Coachella and reminding more than 30,000 people just why they were once the most relevant (and to some degree, dangerous) band in modern rock. Oh, you weren't there? No matter; one listen to The Battle of Los Angeles will have the same 'wow, these guys were awesome!' effect. In fact, don't blame us if "Calm Like a Bomb" makes you spontaneously combust or "Sleep Now in the Fire" sparks a street sign-smashing spree. Just remember these five words: "Morello made me do it."