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Rage Against the Machine (1997)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Music | Video 1 January 1997
Rage Against The Machine set the bar for uncompromising, incendiary rock music in their brief but groundbreaking career. Their first, self-titled video release features live clips and ... See full summary »
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Rage Against The Machine set the bar for uncompromising, incendiary rock music in their brief but groundbreaking career. Their first, self-titled video release features live clips and original music videos from their first five years together.

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RATM is outstanding
17 March 2006 | by tightywhities629See all my reviews

I was once told from a good friend that you haven't seen a live show if you haven't seen RATM live. For not even being in the audience, but rather watching it in my living room was enough to fully agree to my friend. Being that I'm a huge RATM fan, and of course a big fan of music in itself, I can say that I was literally jumping around watching this DVD. Tom Morello is absolutely incredible. His riffs are so funky with a driving groove, yet very simple. RATM has the power to drive their enormous audience due to their outstanding stage presence. Even if you don't agree or care about their political/social viewpoints, they are still a great band to get into when it comes to the music in itself. RATM is one of the best bands in rock history, and are unique in every way. It is a shame that they broke up. Audioslave is no RATM. Highly recommended for any fan of the band or hard rock in itself.


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1 January 1997 (USA) See more »

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