Win with Rage Against the Machine

Last updated 05:00 30/11/2012

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It's 20 years since Rage Against the Machine made a splash with their seminal debut album.

It signalled the arrival of a revolutionary musical force, a band straddling the worlds of hip-hop and heavy metal. The group's very name provided a rallying battle cry for the ongoing struggles for liberation--psychic and political--on planet earth.

Newly remastered for this anniversary release, Rage Against the Machine - XX  contains never released early concert footage and the full 2010 Finsbury Park Victory concert. Find out more about the box set here.

To win one of five copies of the Rage Against the Machine XX take our quiz, and if you score about 75 per cent you'll receive a keyword.

Send us an email including this keyword, along with your name, address, post code and phone number, to competitions@stuff.co.nz.  All entries must be received before 10am on Thursday, 6 December to go in the draw. Please ensure the email subject line say RATM.

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Prize winners will be determined from a random draw of eligible entries received before 10am on Thursday, 6 December. Only one entry per person will be accepted. Prizes cannot be exchanged for cash or other property.

Winners have to provide an address in New Zealand to send the prize to.

Employees of Fairfax New Zealand's corporate office and www.stuff.co.nz, and their immediate families, are not eligible for the prize. Fairfax New Zealand Limited's Managing Director, Publishing, will make a final determination if any matter is disputed.

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