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Rage Against the Machine’s Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium can now be streamed on Qello.
This live concert has Rage Against the Machine returning to their hometown of Los Angeles, California, in the final performance of their Battle Los Angeles Tour. During the show, they performed popular songs like “Bulls On Parade,” “Killing in the Name,” “Guerrilla Radio” and “Sleep Now in the Fire.” The full stream of their performance runs just over two hours.
Rage Against the Machine was formed in the early 1990s and released four full-length albums before breaking up in the early 2000s, when members of the band began working on projects with other artists. Their appearance at the Grand Olympic Auditorium was their last live show until they held a reunion in 2007.
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