Rage Against The Machine

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Macmillan, Jun 8, 2001 - Music - 148 pages
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Rage Against The Machine is one of the most prominant and politically active bands on the music scene today. Music Journalist and Biographer Colin Devenish delves into the interworkings of the band to discover what makes them so successful with their diverse fan base. They sell millions of copies of their CD's and have had #1 hits. They are also very politically and enviornmentally concious, with an educated fan base. They really are a band of substance, but the most important thing about Rage Against The Machine is that they rock!
  

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User Review  - numbernine - LibraryThing

Only for diehards. As far as I know it's the only book around about the band but it's beyond awful. It's so silly as to repeat paragraph long quotes at different points in the narrative and, at one ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jesper Sorensen - Goodreads

easy read, about the story of a great band Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Colin Devenish is a Venice-based music journalist. He writes for Pulse, NME.com, Rollingstone.com, Q Online, and LiveDaily.

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