Morello said this about the reissue:
To that end, the release includes the remastered original album with three live track B-sides, the band's original demo tape, a June 6, 2010 performance in London's Finbury Park, music videos, live footage from 1992, 1993, 1996 and 1997, and a homemade video of their public performance on Oct. 23, 1991 in North Ridge.
We are blessed with having perhaps the most passionate fans to ever listen to a bootlegged recording or mosh at a show, so I want to really give them a motherlode of Rage Against The Machine history, past and present.
We're able to take pride in the fact that in the history of rock music there has never been a more popular band with as radical politics as [us], nor has there been a band with more radical politics that has been as popular. That is the lasting testament to the first shot fired by this album