Editors’ Notes Fueled by frontman Zack de la Rocha's rap-a-tat mic attack, Rage Against the Machine's debut album is a master class in mashing hip-hop with hard rock. The L.A. four-piece piles on pummeling rhythms and slicing guitar grooves, topping them with incendiary lyrics that give power back to the people. Key to this manifesto is the rugged "Know Your Enemy," which drafts Tool's Maynard James Keenan for an all-out assault on the American Dream.
Killing In the Name
Take the Power Back
Settle for Nothing
Bullet In the Head
Know Your Enemy
Fistful of Steel
10 Songs, 53 Minutes
November 3, 1992
℗ 1992 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
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