Rage Against the Machine to reissue debut album
Rage Against The Machine are planning to release a 20th anniversary deluxe edition of their self-titled debut album on November 27 via Sony's Legacy Recordings.
Rage Against the Machine - XX will be available in several forms: as a deluxe box set that includes two CDs, two DVDS, one 12-inch vinyl LP, a 40-page booklet and two-sided poster; a two-CD set with a bonus DVD featuring six extra tracks; as a single CD with three bonus tracks; and as a single picture disc vinyl LP with no bonus tracks.
The first disc contains the remastered album and three b-sides. The second disc contains the band's original demo tapes recorded in 1991. The first DVD includes music videos, live footage as weell as a recoring of a free concert in London's Finsbury Park on June 2010 that the band performed as a thank-you to fans in the United Kingdom that made "Killing in the Name" that country's number one single during Christmas 2009. The second DVD contains live performances from 1991 to 1994, including the band's first public performance and other rare clips.
Public Enemy's Chuck D wrote the liner notes for the reissue.Last week, Rage bassist Tim Commeford fueled speculation that the band is working on their first album of original material since 2000's Renegades. When asked by TMZ if the group was working on anything, he responded: "Maybe."
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