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RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE AND THE ART OF PROTEST
Arguably the most provocative band of the last 20 years, Rage Against The Machine have been, since their explosive debut, the group most associated with the American protest movement. Picking up the flame of a long musical tradition from such 60s civil rights artists as Pete Segeer, and Bob Dylan, the anger remained undiminished during the final decade of the 20th century in Rage and contemporaries like Public Enemy. This film dissects the work and career of Rage Against The Machine and looks at their place in the fascinating lineage of artists and performers who have drawn attention to - and spoken out on behalf of - the world's marginalised, downtrodden and oppressed.
Featuring brand new interviews with: renowned Rage producer and engineer Garth Richardson biographer Colin Devenish the band's live sound engineer, Dave 'Rat' Levine and the man who signed them, Michael Goldstone. Further contributions from folk-protest singer and author Jerry Silverman, ex-Rolling Stone editor Joe Levy and others.
Also features rare footage of Rage Against The Machine and many other protest artists, news clips, location shoots, videos, seldom seen photographs, and much more.
- CONTRIBUTOR BIOGRAPHIES
- Brad Wilk
- Tom Morello
- Zack De La Rocha