Rage Against The Machine
Revolution In The Head And The Art Of ProtestStreaming Video - 2013
Arguably the most provocative band of the last 20 years, Rage Against the Machine's explosive debut immediately associated them with the American protest movement. This film dissects the work and career of the band and looks at their place in this always fascinating lineage of artists and performers who have spoken out on behalf of, and drawn attention to, the world's marginalized, downtrodden and oppressed. The 20th century's civil rights and independence movements continued to well in the music of Rage Against the Machine during the final decade of the 20th Century. Highlights include interviews with RATM producer and engineer, Garth Richardson; biographer, Colin Devenish; sound engineer, Dave 'Rat' Levine; and the man who signed the band, Michael Goldstone. With further contributions from folk-protest singer and author Jerry Silverman, ex-'Rolling Stone' editor Joe Levy, and Professor of American Studies and English at Washington State University, T.V. Reed.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, , c2010
Characteristics: 1 streaming video file (60 min.) :,sd., col
Alternative Title: Revolution in the Head and the Art of Protest