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Watch the first public performance from politically charged rockers Rage Against The Machine from 25 years ago today.
Politically-charged rockers Rage Against The Machine have announced the launch of a new website ProphetsOfRage.com with few other details.
Watch the Phish audience explode as the band debuts a Rage Against The Machine cover.
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Rage Against the Machine at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
- People of the Sun
- Know Your Enemy
- Bulls on Parade
- Township Rebellion
- Bullet in the Head
- Down Rodeo
- Guerrilla Radio
- Calm Like a Bomb
- Sleep Now in the Fire
- Wake Up
- Killing in the Name
About Rage Against The Machine
Rage Against the Machine is an American rap metal band from Los Angeles, California. Formed in 1991, the group consists of vocalist Zack de la Rocha, bassist and backing vocalist Tim Commerford, guitarist Tom Morello and drummer Brad Wilk. They draw inspiration from early heavy metal instrumentation, as well as rap acts such as Afrika Bambaataa, Public Enemy, the Beastie Boys and Dutch crossover band Urban Dance Squad. Rage Against the Machine is best known for its leftist political views, which are expressed in many of its songs. As of 2010, they have sold over 16 million records worldwide.
In 1992, the band released its self-titled debut album, which became a commercial and critical success, leading to a slot in the 1993 Lollapalooza festival, and is often cited to be one of the greatest and most influential rock albums of all time. In 2003, the album was ranked number 368 on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. The band did not release a follow-up record until 1996, with Evil Empire. The band’s third album, The Battle of Los Angeles, followed in 1999. In 2003, the album was ranked number 426 on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. During their initial nine-year run, they became one of the most popular and influential bands in music history, according to music journalist Colin Devenish. They were also ranked No. 33 on VH1’s 100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock. The band had a large influence on the nu metal genre which emerged during the mid to late 1990s. In 2000, the band released the cover album, Renegades. The same year, growing tensions within Rage Against the Machine prompted de la Rocha to quit the band, which lead to its breakup.
De la Rocha started a low-profile solo career, while the rest of the band formed the rock supergroup Audioslave with Chris Cornell, front-man of Soundgarden, which disbanded in 2007. The same year, Rage Against the Machine announced a reunion and performed together for the first time in seven years at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in April 2007. They have continued to perform at many live venues and festivals around the world since then, but currently have no plans to record new material.
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