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Evil Empire

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Rage Against the Machine spent four years making its second album, Evil Empire. As the title suggests, their rage and contempt for the "fascist" capitalist system in America hadn't declined in the nearly half-decade they were away. Their musical approach didn't change, either. Lead vocalist Zack de la Rocha is caught halfway between the militant raps of Chuck D and the fanatical ravings of a street preacher, shouting out his libertarian slogans over the sonically dense assault of the band. Guitarist Tom Morello demonstrates an impressive palette of sound, creating new textures in heavy metal, which is quite difficult, and de la Rocha's dedication to decidedly left-wing politics is admirable, simply because few other performers of the '90s had made any sort of political stance. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 People of the Sun Rage Against the Machine 2:29
  3. 2 Bulls on Parade Rage Against the Machine 3:49
  4. 3 Vietnow Rage Against the Machine 4:37
  5. 4 Revolver Rage Against the Machine 5:27
  6. 5 Snakecharmer Rage Against the Machine 3:53
  7. 6 Tire Me Rage Against the Machine 2:57
  8. 7 Down Rodeo Rage Against the Machine 5:19
  9. 8 Without a Face Rage Against the Machine 3:36
  10. 9 Wind Below Rage Against the Machine 5:47
  11. 10 Roll Right Rage Against the Machine 4:20
  12. 11 Year of tha Boomerang Rage Against the Machine 3:58

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