Rage Against the Machine was poised to take the reins of rock when the band delivered The Battle of Los Angeles on November 2, 1999. The band's third studio album burned with unbridled rebellion fueled by Zack de la Rocha's radical rhymes and Tom Morello's experimental mastery on guitar. The vanguard of rebel rock belonged to Rage Against the Machine when the effort sold 420,000 copies in the first week, claiming the top spot on the charts.
Fist in the air in the land of hypocrisy.
In a world tormented by injustice, The Battle of Los Angeles feels as urgent now as it did when first unleashed.More »