Rage Against the Machine’s Tom Morello will be releasing an autobiography, Whatever, in October. The limited edition publication – selling for £ 265 ($ 347) or more – takes the form of a “photographic memoir” documenting his life, from his childhood through playing with Rage, Audioslave, and the Prophets of Rage, with others. See the trailer below.
Morello writes: “I am both blessed and cursed as a guitar player. “I didn’t choose it, it chose me. The challenge was to find a way to make sense of my faith in my music. “
In addition to the $ 347 edition – of which 1,850 will be published – 150 “luxury”; editions are being sold for £ 395 ($ 517). All 2,000 copies of the book will be signed by Morello and featured in the Solander box, with a booklet of songs and chord charts from Morello’s Nightwatchman project called Little Red Songbook. They also come with a 7 “vinyl with the song” Anything It Takes “and a previously unreleased live version of” Vigilante Nocturno “from their recent tour. and a transcript signed by “Let Freedom Ring”.
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