Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium (Vinyl)

by Rage Against the Machine
Rage Against The Machine were a revolutionary band whose four albums sold over 10 million copies worldwide and changed the face of rock music. Recorded at two sensational shows in September 2000 prior to the bands demise, 'Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium' showcases the unparalleled intense live engery of one of the best rap-metal acts of the 90s. Produced by Rick Rubin, highlights include their big hits 'Killing in the Name', 'Bullet in the Head', 'Bulls on Parade' as well as covers of MC5's 'Kick out the Jams' and the EPMD classic 'I'm Housin'. The DVD also features a guest appearance by rap stars Cypress Hill on 'How I Could Just Kill A Man' and footage from the band's performance outside the 2000 Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles.