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Rage Against the Machine: Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium
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Rage Against the Machine: Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium

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Politically conscious rap-rock band Rage Against the Machine's final concert appearance is preserved for fans on this DVD release. Rage Against the Machine: Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium has been transferred to disc in the full-frame aspect ratio of 1.33:1 and the audio is presented in two formats: Dolby Digital 5.1 and PCM stereo. The songs are

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Politically conscious rap-rock band Rage Against the Machine's final concert appearance is preserved for fans on this DVD release. Rage Against the Machine: Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium has been transferred to disc in the full-frame aspect ratio of 1.33:1 and the audio is presented in two formats: Dolby Digital 5.1 and PCM stereo. The songs are performed in English with no multiple language options. Bonus materials include two bonus music videos and additional performances from other concerts (including the group's free show outside the 2000 Democratic National Convention).

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Barnes & Noble - David Sprague
A terrific conflagration of rock, rap, and political outcry, Rage Against the Machine rank as one of the most incendiary bands of the 1990s. With the intent of producing a live album that would be a between-CDs fan-pleaser, Rage recorded two hair-raising performances on September 12 and 13, 2000. Alas, the shows turned out to be the band's last. Released in conjunction with a CD companion and produced by Rick Rubin, Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium captures the entirety of the show from the second night, a swan song seething with political intensity. Zach de la Rocha and company deliver passionate renditions of such Rage staples as "Bulls on Parade" and "Killing in the Name." They also give props to Motor City rockers the MC5 on a cover of the revolutionary anthem "Kick Out the Jams" and share the stage with rappers Cypress Hill on "How I Could Just Kill a Man." Although equipped with one of the longest fuses imaginable, Rage Against the Machine were bound to explode at some point; fortunately, they left this indelible impression of their force behind.

Product Details

Release Date:
12/09/2003
UPC:
0074645601298
Original Release:
2003
Rating:
NR
Source:
Sony
Region Code:
124
Sound:
[stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time:
2:03:00
Sales rank:
43,834

Special Features

Bonus footage taken from the band's performance outside the 2000 Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles.

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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Program Start [1:33]
2. Bulls on Parade [4:42]
3. Bombtrack [4:13]
4. Calm Like a Bomb [4:59]
5. Bullet in the Head [6:03]
6. Sleep Now in the Fire [4:12]
7. War Within a Breath [3:51]
8. I'm Housin' [4:57]
9. Killing in the Name [1:53]
10. Born of a Broken Man [5:29]
11. No Shelter [4:38]
12. Guerrilla Radio [4:06]
13. How I Could Just Kill a Man [5:02]
14. Kick Out the Jams [4:31]
15. Testify [3:21]
16. Freedom [3:27]
17. Credits [6:42]

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Rage Against the Machine: Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This dvd is just awesome. Rage was one of the greatest bands and this dvd really proves it. There last concert really rocked and i wish i was there. The concert is great and so is their performance outside the D.N.C. All together this dvd kicks A$$!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Rage against the machine's last performance as a band, the last concert may be their best. Zack de la rocha, Tom morello, Tim commerford and Brad wilk all really kick out the jams.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago