RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE: Posthumous CD/DVD Delayed, Track Listing Revised

RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE's posthumous live CD, "Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium", will now surface on November 25, while the DVD of the same name will follow on December 9.

According to Billboard.com, the CD's track list has been tweaked from its original order, with "People of the Sun", "Guerilla Radio" and "Testify" replacing covers of DEVO's "Beautiful World", CYPRESS HILL's "How Could I Just Kill a Man" and ERIC B & RAKIM's "Microphone Fiend".

The "Grand Olympic" DVD sports 17 tracks in a different order than the CD, and is augmented with a six-song set performed outside the 2000 Democratic National Convention at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

Here are the "Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium" track lists:

CD:

01. Bulls on Parade
02. Bullet in the Head
03. Born of a Broken Man
04. Killing in the Name
05. Calm Like a Bomb
06. Testify
07. Bombtrack
08. War Within a Breath
09. I'm Housin'
10. Sleep Now in the Fire
11. People of the Sun
12. Guerrilla Radio
13. Kick Out the Jams
14. Know Your Enemy
15. No Shelter
16. Freedom

DVD:

01. Bulls on Parade
02. Bombtrack
03. Calm Like a Bomb
04. Bullet in the Head
05. Sleep Now in the Fire
06. War Within a Breath
07. I'm Housin'
08. Killing in the Name
09. Born of a Broken Man
10. No Shelter
11. Guerrilla Radio
12. How Could I Just Kill a Man
13. Kick Out the Jams
14. Testify
15. Freedom
16. People of the Sun
17. Know Your Enemy

DVD bonus material:

18. Bulls on Parade
19. Testify
20. Guerrilla Radio
21. Sleep Now in the Fire
22. Freedom
23. Killing in the Name

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