Rage Against The Machine - The Battle Of Mexico City (2xLP Vinyl)

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Double, 15-track, coloured LP. 'The Battle of Mexico City' documents Rage Against The Machine's legendary show at Mexico City's Palacio de los Deportes in 1999. This was the band's first ever show in Mexico and part of their Battle of Los Angeles tour. This release makes its vinyl debut on red and green coloured vinyl with white label as a tribute to the Mexican flag.



let me preface this review by saying that i am 21 years old and a fanatic of ALL forms of music. unfourtunately my generation has produced very few music artists of any signifigance, in any genre of music. The small amount of truly talented artists in this day and age rarely have any new ideas or anything meaningful to say.... That is not the case with Rage Against The Machine. They rank very high on my list of the great music acts of all time. And that is what is so unfortunate about the departure of front man zach de la roche. But you can still hear RATM at the pinnacle of there careers on this record. I personally feel privileged to live in a society where one of the greatest live bands of all time can capture what is probably their greatest live preformance on on a medium such as vinyl. 
By: Joel

A1 Testify
A2 Guerrilla Radio
A3 People Of The Sun
A4 Calm Like A Bomb
B1 Sleep Now In The Fire
B2 Born Of A Broken Man
B3 Bombtrack
B4 Know Your Enemy
C1 No Shelter
C2 War Within A Breath
C3 Bulls On Parade
C4 Killing In The Name
D1 Zapata's Blood
D2 Freedom
D3 Township Rebellion

Record Store Day 2021 exclusive release, part of the June 12th drops. Limited to 12,350 copies.