The EP "revolusongs" was released by Sepultura in 2003.
Only Brazilian and Japanese fans were among the lucky ones to be able to easily acquire this EP, cause it has only been released in their countries. So from the rest of the world, some may know of it's existence and some not.
For those who haven't discovered it yet, this EP consists only of cover songs. Eight in number. With a total play of 28:06 min, Sepultura are strolling on paths, with some of them closer to their kind of music and some completely different.
They are risking by covering such well known songs as the "Angel" by Massive Attack and "Bullet the blue sky" by U2, and they don't hesitate of invading in Public Enemy's fields too.
The good news are that they are managing this successfully.
The bad news are that it's difficult to find this EP for purchase and it will usually be for expensive prices, but it's worth to give it a try.
Band members participating in this CD are: Derrick Greene on Vocals, Andreas Kisser on Guitar, Paulo Jr. on Bass and Igor Cavalera on Drums.
1. Messiah (Hellhammer)
2. Angel (Massive Attack)
3. Black steel in the hour of chaos (Public Enemy)
4. Mongoloid (Devo)
5. Mountain Song (Jane's Addiction)
6. Bullet the blue sky (U2) released and videoclip
7. Piranha (Exodus)
8. Enter Sandman/Fight fire with fire (Metallica)
Tip: The man on the cover is Toninho Iron, the president of Brazil's official Sepultura fun club.
Disc #1 Tracklisting
3 Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos
5 Mountain Song
6 Bullet the Blue Sky