|Performer:||Rage Against The Machine|
|Style:||Alternative Rock, Funk Metal, Hard Rock|
|Catalog #:||XPR 1952|
|1||Bombtrack (From Mark Goodier's "Evening Session")|
|EPC 659471 2, 659471 2||Rage Against The Machine||Bombtrack (CD, Maxi)||Epic, Epic||EPC 659471 2, 659471 2||Europe||1993|
|659471 1||Rage Against The Machine||Bombtrack (CD, Single)||Epic||659471 1||Europe||1993|
|ZSK 5017||Rage Against The Machine||Bombtrack (CD, Single, Promo)||Epic Associated||ZSK 5017||US||1993|
|659697 2||Rage Against The Machine||Bombtrack (CD, Single)||Epic||659697 2||Australia||1993|
|659471 7||Rage Against The Machine||Bombtrack (7", Single)||Epic||659471 7||Europe||1993|
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Side B: Released by arrangement with BBC Enterprises, Ltd.
© 1993 Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.
Текст песни: Talkin' about the American Indian movement Well in 1977, after a series of long struggles against the BIA. get that spotlight out of my fuckin' eye man get that thing off talkin' to people I cant even see 'emin 1. Bombtrack is a song by American rock band Rage Against the Machine. It is the opening track on their self-titled debut album. Like most of Rage Against the Machine's songs, the song's lyrics discuss social inequality, proclaiming that landlords and power whores were going to burn. The riffs were composed by Rage Against the Machine bassist Tim Commerford. The song is one of three on the album in the key of F along with Know Your Enemy and Fistful of Steel. Impressed by their song, Rage. Bombtrack by Rage Against The Machine Album: Bombtrack Track 1, 10. Bombtrack is the song by Rage Against the Machine that opens their self-titled debut album. Like most all of Rage Against the Machine's songs, the song's lyrics discuss social inequality, proclaiming that landlords and power whores were going to burn. The intro riff was composed by Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello when he was playing with the band Lock Up, and, upon hearing it, they told him it was too heavy. The main riff is one composed by Funkadelic, for Alice In My Fantasies. However Funkadelic is rarely cre read more. Produced by Garth Richardson & Rage Against the Machine. Album Rage Against the Machine. Bombtrack Lyrics. It goes a one, two, three, another funky, radical bombtrack Started as a sketch in my notebook And now dope hooks make punks take another look My thoughts ya hear and ya begin to fear That ya card will get pulled if ya interfere. With the thoughts from a militant, militant mind Hardline, hardline after hardline Landlords and power whores, on my people, they took turns Dispute the suits, I ignite and then watch 'em burn. Album: Rage Against The Machine 1992. Charted: 37. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . songfacts . Artistfacts . Tom from Maidstone, EnglandA bombtrack is a piece of music which starts out with a low rumble and explodes into the intro or first verse with increased volume. And this song has one : Eric from Barkhamsted, CtZack starts by saying just another bomb track, meaning that such songs with the same message have been sung before. Rage Against the Machine album. Rage Against the Machine is the eponymous debut studio album by American rock band Rage Against the Machine, released on November 3, 1992 by Epic Records. The album peaked at number 1 on the US Billboard Heatseekers chart and number 45 on the US Billboard 200. The cover features a photo of the self-immolation of Thích Quảng Đức, a Vietnamese Buddhist monk, in Saigon in 1963. The monk was protesting President Ngô Đình Diệm's administration for. BOMBTRACK es una canción de Rage Against the Machine que se estrenó el 3 de noviembre de 1992, este tema está incluido dentro del disco Rage Against the Machine Cassette Demo. Letra 'Bombtrack'. Bombtrack en español. Ughh Hey yo, it's just another bombtrack ughh Hey yo, it's just another bombtrack yeah It goes a-one, two, three. Hey yo, it's just another bomb track And suckas be thinkin' that they can fade this But I'm gonna drop it at a higher level Cause I'm inclined to stoop down Hand out some beat-downs Cold runna train on punk ho's that Th. Álbum 'Rage Against the Machine Cassette Demo'. Rage Against the Machine. Rage Against the Machine became a better band on each subsequent album. Their landmark follow-up, 1996s Evil Empire, is much more coiled and concise. Wilk and Commerford were perfectly heavy. They recorded Rage Against the Machine in what felt like an instant the next two albums took three and four years and never mounted the same sort of enthusiasm. By the time Rage cut Renegades, a farewell batch of covers from Cypress Hill and MC5 to Bob Dylan and Devo, they sounded exhausted and effete, drained by the process of being the planets most woke major-label band. As a result, syncopated slabs of hard rock insurrection like Bombtrack, Take the Power Back, and Know Your Enemy were as instantly unforgettable as they were astonishing