Before releasing their debut album, Rage Against the Machine did what thousands of other young bands did. They performed at an independent record store. They probably played several shows at record stores, but on March 29, 1992, a couple of guys filmed the band at the now closed Zed Records in Long Beach, California. Front-man Zack de la Rocha looks like a kid and Tom Morello forgot his shirt, but remembered a hat. Many of the songs they played ended up on their debut, self-titled album which was released later that year. This isn't the first concert of a young Rage Against the Machine to surface online.