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This DVD features Rage Against the Machine's last show as a band on Sept. 13, 2000, at the Grand Olympic Auditorium. In addition, their is bonus footage taken from the band's performance outside the 2000 Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles; al

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Tracklisting

1. Bulls On Parade
2. Bombtrack
3. Calm Like A Bomb
4. Bullet In The Head
5. Sleep Now In The Fire
6. War Within A Breath
7. I'm Housin'
8. Killing In The Name
9. Born Of A Broken Man
10. No Shelter
11. Guerrilla Radio
12. How I Could Just Kill A Man
13. Kick Out The Jams
14. Testify
15. Freedom

1. Set List (see track listing)
2. People Of The Sun
3. Know Your Enemy
4. How I Could Just Kill A Man
5. Bombtrack- Alternate Video


Special Features

  • Tracklisting:
  • 1.Bulls On Parade
  • 2.Bombtrack
  • 3.Calm Like A Bomb
  • 4.Bullet In The Head
  • 5.Sleep Now In The Fire
  • 6.War Within A Breath
  • 7.I'm Housin'
  • 8.Killing In The Name
  • 9.Born Of A Broken Man
  • 10.No Shelter
  • 11.Guerrilla Radio
  • 12.How I Could Just Kill A Man
  • 13.Kick Out The Jams
  • 14.Testify
  • 15.Freedom

Product Details

  • Actors: Rage Against the Machine, Zack De La Rocha, Tom Morello, Brad Wilk, Tim Bob Commerford
  • Directors: Peter Christopherson, Jeff Richter, Harri Kristin
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Sony
  • DVD Release Date: December 9, 2003
  • Run Time: 123 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000WVV7O
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #69,767 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By D. R. Jeanclerc VINE VOICE on January 5, 2004
Format: DVD
This DVD captures Rage's final concert performance in 2000. The event was laid down on film, not video, so it's got a professional vs. a made-for-Canadian-TV look. Unfortunately, however, the editing includes too many cut shots with effects (slo-mo, drop-frame, etc) that takes away from the overall package. I would have preferred a straight-forward, almost documentary style for a performance this strong - there's no need to hype it up like a music video. The straightforward look is on display for the bonus material of the performance outside 2000's Democratic National Convention in LA; plus, this may be an even better musical performance than the Canadian show.
Both performance are as tight and energetic as you'd expect. They both also highlight the contrast between the heavy rock of Tom Morello, Tim Commerford and Brad Wilk vs. the hip-hop lyricism and delivery of Zach de la Rocha. I don't believe that any of them will ever equal Rage while working on their individual side projects (i.e. the valium pill that was Audioslave). One constant irritation was that both shows would have benefitted from unplugging the mic in front of Commerford - stick to the bass, my man. Also, the obvious opportunity for an unforgettable audience participation moment during "Killing in the Name" went surprisingly flat - come on, don't you people know the words?
Overall, a pair of great performance packaged together at a super-cheap price. Highly recommended for the Rage completist or anyone interested in seeing what they're all about. Finally, the liner notes contain contact information for a number of political action groups that they support - no matter what you think of their politics, you've got to admire that they've apparently done their homework and are challenging the listener to do the same.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Freedom, Liberty, and Justice for all on October 21, 2004
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The best part of the DVD in my opinion is found in the bonus material, the concert in front of the 2000 Democratic National Convention. It is awesome! It shows the meaning of Rage Against the Machine. Get the DVD and go straight to the bonus material!
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Randy E. Wheeler on November 20, 2003
Format: DVD
i was at this concert and it was the best i've ever been to! the energy of the band and audience mixed with the amazing sound quality inside the grand olympic auditorium is gonna make for a great dvd. there were so many cameras in there, i know there is going to be alot of great angles. this was rage's last concert, and it really captures the electricity of their amazing live show
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Simon on August 11, 2005
Format: DVD
Zack's voice has changed over the years. His earlier performances carry more hyped / firery vocals - as if he was screaming directly into the face of every single person there. Over the years however, especially since Battle Of Los Angeles (1999) his voice, still maintaining that aggressive edge, lacks that hype where you feel like he's running round the stage throwing his fist up in the air and making gestures to the crowd.

It can be hard to notice in some songs (Bulls On Parade) yet listening to earlier performances of 'Know Your Enemy' and then this one I kinda feel like he should be screaming those lyrics down the mic like its '92.

As far as live Rage CD's go (given that there are only two commercially released ones) this is by far the best produced one. The quality is outstanding, touching all the right notes and all members of the band are as tight as ever. For Rage fans its not one to be missed, however there are other performances that can be gotten hold of capturing more of Zack's rage!
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11 of 15 people found the following review helpful By flip sasser on January 29, 2004
Format: DVD
As one of the many people who had the honor of seeing RATM perform in their prime, I can tell you right now that this isn't anywhere close to what they used to be capable of.
I bought the CD because ... well, I had to. It's Rage. But it sucks.
I'm a big fan, too, so that's hard for me to come out and say, but hey, you can't ignore the facts. The problem with this album is that it's clear their hearts are no longer in it. This isn't a bang; it's a whimper.
I can go into a track-by-track analysis, but I'm not going to waste your time.
If you're looking for Rage in their prime, with all the energy and nerve they once posessed, check out the bootleg live album. If you're just a fan, pick this up I guess, but there's really nothing new on it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S. borzone on March 10, 2008
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I am only doing the review for this dvd and not all three that I bought, which they were all three of Rage's dvd's. I dont think you should really take my review as a legitimate review. Rage is my favorite band of all time. Zach and Tom are two of my idols and inspiration, so of course I am going to have a really bias review for all three of their dvd's I bought. If I was getting paid to tell the truth, I would say this...All three of Rage Against The Machine's dvd's are the raw deal! They are pure rock on all three of the dvd's. Tom is slashing it up, as does Tim (who does his chiming in at times for backup vocs). Brad is completely emotional on the set. He plays like its the last time he is ever going to play again; but does this every time he plays! Blood, sweat, tears, are constantly dripping down all of them as they play their hearts out. Then there is Zach. If this band had somebody such as Maynard, Cornell, Serj, or any other vocalist; then Rage would SUCK! Zach makes completes this band in ever way possible. The pure, untamed, unrestrained, raw, and unconfined emotion that flows through his veins is the only reason you need, to buy any one of their three dvd's. Trust me on this you will not be let down if you buy one, plus they are all really quite inexpensive. Each one comes with bonus stuff that's awesome! One has a interview with Marcos! One has Mexico City trip with Tom and he visits Lenin's home there before he died. The list goes on and on. Just buy one, and honestly for the $40 bucks I spent on all three, it was far out better than pinchin or cinchin your junk in a zipper!! You should get one.
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