Rage Against The Machine
About this deal
Happy to report that's not the case at all. Someone else can pull the data, but it sounds REALLY dynamic to my ears. Also, I had to turn the volume up way past where I normally listen to get it loud. Seems like they mixed the overall volume lower to keep the dynamics.
Bullet in the Head" recorded at Industrial Recording, North Hollywood, CA. The song was recorded before ever playing live.Forum members have not been kind about the Rage Against The Machine, S/T album, 20th anniversary remaster in the thread about it. Anyway, this sounds great to me. It has nice resonating bass that goess really deep and i couldnt tell if this is analog or digital but would guess analog.
The etching doesn’t look like RL, More like A or even KI. I own a lot of RL pressings and Ludwig’s initials are always etched distinctively, an obvious R and L. This looks nothing like them.With politically themed lyrical content, the album artwork was notable for featuring a graphic photograph of Thích Quảng Đức committing self-immolation. Rage Against the Machine was a critical success upon release with several critics noting the album's politically motivated agenda as well as de la Rocha's strong delivery. The original vinyl pressing, mastered by Robert Ludwig, gets a lot of praise on this forum. Ludwig even cited it when asked in an interview about the three best sounding records he's (re)mastered.