Tom Morello's stark new album as the Nightwatchman, One Man Revolution, is a dark, urgent portrait of a world in turmoil, 13 songs of"bitterness and revenge."Morello, the Grammy-winning guitarist of Rage Against the Machine, compares war zones in the US and Iraq and pinpoints the sociopolitical struggles of the American leftist underground.
Tom Morello's stark new album as the Nightwatchman, One Man Revolution, is a dark, urgent portrait of a world in turmoil, 13 songs of"bitterness and revenge."Morello, the Grammy-winning guitarist of Rage Against the Machine, compares war zones in the US and Iraq and pinpoints the sociopolitical struggles of the American leftist underground.
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Format: CD
Label: Sbme/Epic
Catalog: 67546
Genre: Country & Folk
Rel. Date: 04/24/2007
UPC: 827966754620

One Man Revolution
Artist: Nightwatchman
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Tom Morello's stark new album as the Nightwatchman, One Man Revolution, is a dark, urgent portrait of a world in turmoil, 13 songs of"bitterness and revenge."Morello, the Grammy-winning guitarist of Rage Against the Machine, compares war zones in the US and Iraq and pinpoints the sociopolitical struggles of the American leftist underground.

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Y'know, we think it's really sweet and conscientious and all that Tom Morello is doing this little acoustic progressive dissident side thingie, but WHEN'S RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE GETTING BACK TOGETHER, DUDE?! Okay, okay' deep breath. Here's the thing: When Audioslave (mercifully) called it a career a few months ago'"shortly after Rage announced their headlining reunion gig at Coachella, coincidence of coincidences'"Morello seized the opportunity to turn his folksy L.A. "Nightwatchman" residency into a full-on album (produced by longtime altern-abettor Brendan O'Brien). "Until the End" is representative of the slow-burning campfire contents therein. The biggest surprise isn't Morello's claim that Jesus was black (everybody knows that), but his deep, soulful Cash-like moan, 180 degrees removed from anything Zack de la Rocha or Chris Cornell has spat along to his turntable axe magic.

Y'know, we think it's really sweet and conscientious and all that Tom Morello is doing this little acoustic progressive dissident side thingie, but WHEN'S RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE GETTING BACK TOGETHER, DUDE?! Okay, okay' deep breath. Here's the thing: When Audioslave (mercifully) called it a career a few months ago'"shortly after Rage announced their headlining reunion gig at Coachella, coincidence of coincidences'"Morello seized the opportunity to turn his folksy L.A. "Nightwatchman" residency into a full-on album (produced by longtime altern-abettor Brendan O'Brien). "Until the End" is representative of the slow-burning campfire contents therein. The biggest surprise isn't Morello's claim that Jesus was black (everybody knows that), but his deep, soulful Cash-like moan, 180 degrees removed from anything Zack de la Rocha or Chris Cornell has spat along to his turntable axe magic.