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Good news for RATM heads.....new CD & DVD live from 2000
« on: November 25, 2003, 10:38:41 PM »
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Due out 11-25 is a new live CD recorded at the Grand Olympic Auditorium (no date given) with 16 songs.

Due out 12-6 is the live DVD of their final concert from Sep 13th, 2000.

RATM's demise was a sad one IMO.

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« Reply #1 on: November 25, 2003, 10:39:50 PM »
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I was very close to buying the CD a few days ago, have you heard it (and how is it)
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« Reply #2 on: November 25, 2003, 10:41:41 PM »
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I was very close to buying the CD a few days ago, have you heard it (and how is it)

I just saw an ad in the last issue of Rolling Stone. I'll probably get the DVD instead even though it's a different show.
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« Reply #3 on: November 26, 2003, 05:22:26 AM »
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rage against the machine were excellent but i still think it was a good thing they split up. after three albums(if you don't count the renegades one) they'd went nowhere, cos there was really no room for expansion in their concept, which i thought was very tight..

in other words; audioslave rocks.

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« Reply #4 on: November 26, 2003, 09:40:10 AM »
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Quote from: freakerdude
Due out 11-25 is a new live CD recorded at the Grand Olympic Auditorium (no date given) with 16 songs.

Due out 12-6 is the live DVD of their final concert from Sep 13th, 2000.

RATM's demise was a sad one IMO.

new CD



Such good, good news. I need a different kind of Rage fix.

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rage against the machine were excellent but i still think it was a good thing they split up. after three albums(if you don't count the renegades one) they'd went nowhere, cos there was really no room for expansion in their concept, which i thought was very tight..

in other words; audioslave rocks.


Right on. Honestly, I never even listen to BOLA, RATM and Evil Empire are so perfect, I never really got into the stuff on BOLA, except for New Millenium Homes, Born of a Broken Man, Testify, Ashes in the Fall, the rest isn't bad, just not kick-ass.
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« Reply #5 on: November 26, 2003, 03:44:02 PM »
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in other words; audioslave rocks.

I've seen Audioslave two times. The guys can fucking play, but I'm still bitter that I never got to see Rage live. And I will be for the rest of my life.

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« Reply #6 on: November 26, 2003, 03:52:13 PM »
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i saw them two or three times.  they were pretty rockin.  i second the notion though that they had hit the creative wall and needed to end.
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« Reply #7 on: November 26, 2003, 05:03:15 PM »
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God, I'd sell something really important to see them live. It'd be awesome to have a Mighty Wind-like reunion in twenty years, hehe.
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« Reply #8 on: November 27, 2003, 01:16:02 AM »
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I've seen RATM and A/S one time each......both were excellent shows. RATM was so tight in their sound that it really amazed me how cohesive they were to see live.
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From MTV:

Zack de la Rocha has finally put the finishing touches on his forever-in-the-works solo LP, Billboard reports. According to the news outlet, sources say de la Rocha plays keyboards on the yet-untitled effort — which has been in the works since the singer initially left Rage Against the Machine in 2000 — and that it sounds like a cross between Led Zeppelin and Dr. Dre. Ex-Mars Volta drummer Jon Theodore also collaborated heavily on the album, according to Billboard, and some of it was recently recorded at Jack Johnson's Los Angeles studio. De la Rocha is reportedly unsigned and considering offers for how to distribute the LP.
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Rage Against The Machine To Rock Republican National Convention
Band will play Minneapolis, while GOP gathering happens across the river in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Source: MTV

It's a safe bet that few of the attendees of the upcoming Republican National Convention (September 1-4) in St. Paul, Minnesota, will take a break from the expected coronation of Senator John McCain as the party's presidential hopeful to attend a certain show taking place across the river in Minneapolis.

Mainly because the headliners are Rage Against the Machine, who, according to Minneapolis' Star Tribune, will bring their incendiary politics and anthems of violent revolution to the Target Center September 3. Coming off a fierce performance at last weekend's Lollapalooza — during which singer Zack de la Rocha was forced to stop the show three times to ask the crowd to stop crushing fans near the front of the stage — the band will likely be plugging in and offering a less-than-favorable view of conservative politics.

De la Rocha recently called for President Bush to be "tried for being a war criminal," and during the band's Lolla set, he raged against the last eight years of Republican rule and even had a word of warning for "Brother Obama," referring to presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Senator Barack Obama.

"Now, we know Brother Obama. ... But I tell you what, if he comes to power come November and he doesn't start pulling troops out of Afghanistan, I know a lot of people who are gonna stand up and burn down every office of every Senate."

In addition to the Rage show, the band's guitarist, Tom Morello, will hook up with outspoken singer/songwriter and fellow social activist Steve Earle to perform a show at a union rally on September 1 at St. Paul's Harriet Island.

Rage played a free show at the Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles in 2000 that erupted in chaos when police rushed in and used tear gas and pepper spray to disperse the crowd, who they said had gathered unlawfully.

If Saturday night's headlining set at Lollapalooza is any indication, the scene at the Target Center could get very intense. Despite the appearance of chaos and a bit of panic from fans attempting to flee the crush of the crowd, festival spokesperson Shelby Meade told MTV News on Sunday that there were actually fewer medical issues during the Rage set than during Radiohead's headlining gig on Friday night, when more fans were overcome by the intense heat up front. She said most of the medical attention Saturday night was also due to fans overcome by heat and that the ones taken out of the pit on backboards were transported that way as a safety precaution. A medical worker told the Chicago Tribune that no serious injuries were suffered during the Rage set, though an unspecified number of fans were taken to local hospitals with broken bones and were to be released Monday. "It was nothing out of the ordinary for a big show," Charlie Walker, one of the co-owners of Lollapalooza concert promoter C3 Productions, told the paper.

Meade also confirmed reports that "about 100" fans without tickets who had been listening to Rage from outside the festival's gates pushed down a fence and rushed the venue, but were quickly turned back by horse-mounted police.
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