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Evil Empire

The second album that’s better than the amazing debut. The heavy political tone comes out strong and shows why this band is needed RIGHT NOW. The mastering for the vinyl is excellent and the pressing was quite and flat. Check it out!

Product Description As the vitriol spewed from Evil Empire, Rage Against the Machine’s long-awaited follow up to their 1993 debut owes much to Chuck D.’s polemic fury and rapid-fire urgency–though as always the band rages without hip-hop machinery in favor of the heavy-duty As the vitriol spewed from Evil Empire, Rage Against the Machine’s long-awaited follow up to their 1993 debut owes much to Chuck D.’s polemic fury and rapid-fire urgency–though as always the band rages without hip-hop machinery in favor of the heavy-duty power tools of rock. But no matter if Rage against the Machine amounts to revolutionary rap, protest metal, or a combination of the two, the band’s command of sonic rage makes Evil Empire a powerful assault in any musical language. But wait, there’s more to the name. Raging against the machine, like yelling at the TV, is woefully misdirected. Lyricist Zack de la Rocha is clearly someone with strong political views–particularly when it comes to the plight of fellow Mexicans on both sides of the border. He vents his indignation sharply at times ("Vietnow," "Without a Face"), rather clumsily and artlessly most others. Music this angry should be aimed at something more specific than an entire race or nation or government, or else it risks sounding like the empty rants of confused postpubescent rebellion. If only Rage against the Machine’s raw musical muscles were grinding over a focused message, lord knows how potent they could be. –Roni Sarig

 

 

 

Evil Empire Review

 

R.A.T.M. ‘sSophomore effort has it’s moments. ..While I personally prefer the slightly rawer sound of their self titled debut, or even the more polished sound of "The battle of Los Angeles (Their third album)Thus CD is in no way lacking!From "Bulls on Parade" (Perhaps their best known song)To live favorites "down rodeo" and "People of the sun" this CD will "Shake you out of your complacency" as guitarist Tom Morello once described Rages musical goal. ..So if you think you’re ready for the truth that Zach De la Rocha is spitting, Buy this album! -Read Reviews-

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