The twentieth anniversary of Rage Against The Machine’s debut album will be celebrated with a huge boxset.
Sony are maintaining the rage with a three packages of Rage Against The Machine’s rap-rockin’, power-fightin’ debut album on the twentieth anniversary of its release.
The album has been remastered and will be available as a Deluxe Box Set with two CDs (the original album and three b-sides, as well as a CD of the original demo tape that the band sold while touring), two DVDs (one featuring the band’s free concert in Finsbury Park on June 2010, official video clips and 1997 live videos, and the other with rare live performances from 1991-94), a 12-inch record, 40-page booklet and a two-sided poster.
There’s also a Special Edition with the two CDs and a bonus six-track DVD in a softpack, and the Regular Edition of the album with the three bonus b-sides (which are live versions of ‘Bombtrack’, ‘Bullet In The Head’ and ‘Take The Power Back’). The album will also have new liner notes from Public Enemy’s Chuck D. Solid.
All editions will be available on November 30.