Year Of Tha Boomerang - Rage Against The Machine - Evil Empire (CD, Album)

Label: Epic (2) - 481026 2 • Format: CD Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Bulgaria • Genre: Hip Hop, Rock • Style: Nu Metal
Year Of Tha Boomerang - Rage Against The Machine - Evil Empire (CD, Album)

 · Classic Album. gram audiophile vinyl pressing". Originally released © Sony Music Entertainment Inc. This release Manufactured & Distributed by Music On Vinyl for Sony Music Entertainment. Made in the EU. ℗ Sony Music Entertainment Inc. except [A1] ℗ Sony Music Entertainment Inc. All songs published by Sony/ATV Songs LLC and Retribution Music (BMI).

Vocals on track 7 recorded at Kiss Music Recording Studios, Melbourne, Australia. Mastered at Gateway Mastering Studios. Cover illustration derived from "Crimebuster" copyright Mel Ramos/Artwork licensed by Vaga, New York, NY. there is also another Pitman version with matrix in different font: Rage Against The Machine - Evil Empire/5(17).

 · Music Reviews: Evil Empire by Rage Against The Machine released in via Epic. Genre: Alternative Metal. Produced by Brendan O'Brien%(6).

Evil Empire is the second studio album by American rock band Rage Against the Machine, released on Ap by Epic Records. Its title refers to a term used in the early s by President Ronald Reagan and many American conservatives to describe the former Soviet Union. Evil Empire debuted at number 1 on the US Billboard , and their song "Tire Me" won a Grammy Award for Best .

 · Rage Against the Machine. Hard Rock · Like an expert bomb squad, Rage Against the Machine did little to upset their volatile fusion of Public Enemy polemics and Zeppelin-esque heft on their sophomore album. Megaton mosh-pit strikes like “Bulls on Parade” and “Down Rodeo” delivered more of the earthquaking grooves and brain.

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     · “Year of tha Boomerang” originally appeared on the Higher Learning soundtrack (). It was re-recorded for the band’s second album Evil Empire (). Produced by.

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