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Rage Against the Machine: The Battle of Mexico City (2001)

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Rage Against The Machine's first-ever performance in the Mexican capital is fierce, funky and uncompromising. The Battle Of Mexico City features electrifying performances of "Testify," "... See full summary »

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Rage Against The Machine's first-ever performance in the Mexican capital is fierce, funky and uncompromising. The Battle Of Mexico City features electrifying performances of "Testify," "Guerrilla Radio," "Bulls On Parade" and "Killing In The Name."

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"Nuclear" energy and political pressure inside and out
3 May 2001 | by (New Orleans) – See all my reviews

While I had heard about the political action during this concert--Zack, being a strong supporter of the Zapatistas, I didn't know that the concert "itself" was so electrifying. The crowd immediately reacts to RATM, and while the "leftist" imagery spliced into the video helps the viewer understand Zack, it is very distracting--esp. if you don't share "leftist" views. The audio leaves a little to be desired: the 2-channel mutes the cursing, and the 5-channel has a mixed down audience track (no audience cheering, etc.). This concert was almost shut down by the Mexican government; fortunately for you and I, it went on and was recorded.

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