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Revolutions per Minute is the second studio album by American rock band Rise Against. It was released on April 8, 2003, by Fat Wreck Chords. After establishing a fanbase with their 2001 debut The Unraveling, Rise Against wanted to record an album that distinguished themselves from other Fat Wreck Chords bands of the time. They chose Bill Stevenson and Jason Livermore to produce the album, with whom they developed a strong partnership. Recording took place from November to December 2002 at The Blasting Room in Fort Collins, Colorado. Musically, Revolutions per Minute is rooted in hardcore punk. Background and recording. Jason Livermore (left) and Bill Stevenson (right) produced Revolutions per Minute at The Blasting Room.
As with many 2nd releases, ‘Revolutions Per Minute’ is an album that Rise Against have used to find their feet and hone their craft. And for that, we should be very thankful.
Revolutions per Minute is the second studio album by American hip hop duo Reflection Eternal, released May 18, 2010, on Blacksmith Records and Rawkus Records. Composed of rapper Talib Kweli and DJ/hip hop producer Hi-Tek, it is the duo's follow-up to their collaborative debut Train of Thought (2000). The album debuted at number 18 on the US Billboard 200 chart, selling 21,000 copies in its first week.
Band Name Rise Against. Album Name Revolutions per Minute. Erscheinungsdatum 08 April 2003. Labels Geffen Fat Wreck Chords.
Revolutions Per Minute is Rise Against’s second album, following 2001’s The Unraveling. The album’s name is considered satirical by their frontman, Tim McIlrath, who took affront at so many bands using the word ‘revolution’ in a pointless manner. He explained the name: RPM was kind of sarcastic; so many bands just throwing the word revolution around and that kind of thing you were led to believe there was a revolution every minute and it was a word that I still didn’t take lightly and I was upset that it was being taken lightly
With clenched fists in the air, boots to the floor, and anger swelling in their chests, the members of Rise Against return with their second album, Revolutions Per Minute. It's a two-pronged attack. From the north blows the fury of their hearts, swept up as they are in their passion for a girl who is "Like the Angel," but love that strong almost inevitably eventually engenders the opposite emotions - and so it is with Rise. Data de aparición 08 Abril 2003. Labels Fat Wreck Chords. Estilo MusicalPunkcore. Miembros poseen este álbum13. 1. Black Masks & Gasoline.
Revolutions Per Minute Marki RA fan I think Rise Againsts early stuff is better because it's more punk than alternative rock. Feb 09, 2009 08:29 am Feb 09, 2009 08:29 am. 0. This is my favourite album because it's very well rounded. I think Rise Againsts early stuff is better because it's more punk than alternative rock. 10. Gem. Revolutions Per Minute shugo449 It has great classic rock like solos while keeping a good hardcore punk mentality. Jan 04, 2007 03:52 pm Jan 04, 2007 03:52 pm. 2. This album is truely amazing . Revolutions Per Minute pas trop rosbif It's extremely punky and catchy. It's only their best album by a slim margin; all three of their albums are incredible. Apr 28, 2005 06:59 am Apr 28, 2005 06:59 am.