History Music / RageAgainstTheMachine

31st May '17 5:32:28 PM NWolfman
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In 2016, they announced a new album to protest the presidential election of Creator/DonaldTrump. Earlier during the election season, the band (again except for Zack) joined forces with Music/PublicEnemy's Chuck D and B-Real from Music/CypressHill and performed together under the name Prophets of Rage. Unlike the case of Audioslave, however, Prophets of Rage did play RATM songs, as well as some Cypress Hill and Public Enemy songs, and also some original songs.

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In 2016, they announced a new album to protest the presidential election of Creator/DonaldTrump. Earlier during the election season, the band (again except for sans Zack) joined forces with Music/PublicEnemy's Chuck D and B-Real from Music/CypressHill and performed together under the name Prophets of Rage. Unlike the case of Audioslave, however, Prophets of Rage did play RATM songs, as well as some Cypress Hill and Public Enemy songs, and also some original songs.
19th May '17 1:52:20 PM KronosKid
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The band was well known for the political activism in their songs, and the liner notes usually include contact information to various organizations the band supports. They have also played at large protests, and have several cases of controversial moments: when playing on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' (in an episode hosted by buttoned-down Republican presidential candidate Steve Forbes), they displayed the American flag upside down, until stagehands came and pulled them down. Also, when playing "Killing in the Name" at the infamous Woodstock '99, they burned the American flag onstage.

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The band was well known for their ''extremely'' left-wing politics (identifying most closely with anarcho-syndicalism) and the political activism politically-charged lyrics in their songs, and the liner notes usually include contact information to various organizations the band supports. They have also played at large protests, and have several cases of controversial moments: when playing on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' (in an episode hosted by buttoned-down Republican presidential candidate Steve Forbes), they displayed the American flag upside down, until stagehands came and pulled them down. Also, when playing "Killing in the Name" at the infamous Woodstock '99, they burned the American flag onstage.
17th May '17 11:13:13 PM bt8257
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-->-- "Killing in the Name", from their self-titled debut [[note]] The last line is an ad-lib Zack occasionally sings live instead of repeating the second line, as he does in the recorded version. [[/note]]

'''Rage Against the Machine''' was a RapMetal / FunkMetal band from Los Angeles, formed in 1991.

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-->-- "Killing in the Name", from their self-titled debut [[note]] The debut[[note]]The last line is an ad-lib Zack occasionally sings live instead of repeating the second line, as he does in the recorded version. version.[[/note]]

'''Rage Against the Machine''' was a RapMetal / FunkMetal RapMetal[=/=]FunkMetal band from Los Angeles, formed in 1991.



17th May '17 11:13:13 PM bt8257
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22nd Dec '16 7:00:16 AM urielzet
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In 2016, they announced a new album to protest the presidential election of Creator/DonaldTrump.

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In 2016, they announced a new album to protest the presidential election of Creator/DonaldTrump. Earlier during the election season, the band (again except for Zack) joined forces with Music/PublicEnemy's Chuck D and B-Real from Music/CypressHill and performed together under the name Prophets of Rage. Unlike the case of Audioslave, however, Prophets of Rage did play RATM songs, as well as some Cypress Hill and Public Enemy songs, and also some original songs.



* TheBandMinusTheFace: Music/{{Audioslave}}. Kind of.

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* TheBandMinusTheFace: Music/{{Audioslave}}. Kind of. Prophets of Rage also counts, with Chuck D and B-Real handling vocals in Zack's stead.



* BigYes: Zack lets out an awesome, raspy ''"YEEEEEEEAAAAHHHH!"'' twice in "Sleep Now in the Fire"; once around the start, and again before the guitar solo.

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* BigYes: Zack lets out an awesome, raspy ''"YEEEEEEEAAAAHHHH!"'' twice in "Sleep Now in the Fire"; once around the start, and again before the guitar solo. The outro of "Freedom" also has this alternating with Zack screaming the title, though the second time, he yells, "YEEAAHH, RIIIIGHT!"



* CoolOldLady: Tom Morello's mother. She's basically the anti-Tipper Gore, starting an organization called "Parents for Rock and Rap". One of the band's live [=DVDs=] even features her introducing her son's band as "the best band in the fucking universe"!

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* CoolOldLady: Tom Morello's mother.mother, Mary. She's basically the anti-Tipper Gore, starting an organization called "Parents for Rock and Rap". One of the band's live [=DVDs=] even features her introducing her son's band as "the best band in the fucking universe"!



* IsntItIronic: "No Shelter" was used on the Godzilla soundtrack because Sony noticed that they mention the great lizard by name. What Sony failed to notice is that they call it "pure motherfucking filler" (''immediately'' after mentioning Godzilla, no less!) and that the whole song was about slick American advertising disguising real suffering. Furthermore, "No Shelter" has the line "Make you think what you need is what they sellin' / Make you think that buyin' is rebellin'"

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* IsntItIronic: "No Shelter" was used on the Godzilla soundtrack because Sony noticed that they mention the great lizard by name. What Sony failed to notice is that they call it "pure motherfucking filler" (''immediately'' after mentioning Godzilla, no less!) and that the whole song was about slick American advertising disguising real suffering. (The whole line is "Godzilla, pure motherfucking filler/Keep your eyes off the real killer.") Furthermore, "No Shelter" has the line "Make you think what you need is what they sellin' / Make sellin'/Make you think that buyin' is rebellin'"rebellin'."
19th Nov '16 8:43:31 PM NWolfman
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* ''Renegades'' (2000) [[[CoverVersion Covers]] album]].

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* ''Renegades'' (2000) [[[CoverVersion Covers]] album]].album].
19th Nov '16 8:43:22 PM NWolfman
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* ''Renegades'' (2000), a collection of [[CoveredUp cover versions]] of other bands' songs.

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* ''Renegades'' (2000), a collection of [[CoveredUp cover versions]] of other bands' songs.(2000) [[[CoverVersion Covers]] album]].
19th Nov '16 8:36:35 PM NWolfman
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In 2016, they announced a new album to protest the presidential election of Creator/DonaldTrump.
27th Jul '16 8:40:41 PM gewunomox
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-->-- "Killing in the Name", from their self-titled debut[[note]]The last line is an ad-lib Zack occasionally sings live instead of repeating the second line, as he does in the recorded version.[[/note]]

'''Rage Against the Machine''' was a RapMetal[=/=]FunkMetal band from Los Angeles, formed in 1991.

The band was on hiatus from 2000 to 2007, during which time the band members sans singer Zack De La Rocha formed the band Music/{{Audioslave}} with Music/{{Soundgarden}} vocalist Chris Cornell. Audioslave disbanded in 2007, and RATM reunited for a show in Coachella festival, and have since toured to some extent.

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-->-- "Killing in the Name", from their self-titled debut[[note]]The debut [[note]] The last line is an ad-lib Zack occasionally sings live instead of repeating the second line, as he does in the recorded version.version. [[/note]]

'''Rage Against the Machine''' was a RapMetal[=/=]FunkMetal RapMetal / FunkMetal band from Los Angeles, formed in 1991.

1991.

The band was on hiatus from 2000 to 2007, during which time the band members sans singer Zack De La de la Rocha formed the band Music/{{Audioslave}} with Music/{{Soundgarden}} vocalist Chris Cornell. Audioslave disbanded in 2007, and RATM reunited for a show in Coachella festival, and have since toured to some extent.



!!"Guilty Parties":
* Zack De La Rocha - vocals

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!!"Guilty
!! "Guilty
Parties":
* Zack De La de la Rocha - vocals



!!Discography:

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!!Discography:
!! Discography:



* ''The Battle Of Los Angeles'' (1999)

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* ''The Battle Of of Los Angeles'' (1999)



!!Troping in the Name:

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!!Troping
!! Troping
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* BadassBeard: Zack De La Rocha.

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* BadassBeard: Zack De La de la Rocha.



* BigWordShout: '''"FREE-DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM!!!!!"'''



* BigWordShout: '''"FREE-DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM!!!!!"'''



* DarkerAndEdgier: The band's cover of Devo's "Beautiful World" takes a song that, although light-hearted musically, is quite dark lyrically, and makes its tone even darker, with a vastly-simplified and toned-down musical arrangement.
* FunkMetal: TropeCodifier.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: The band's cover of Devo's Music/{{Devo}}'s "Beautiful World" takes a song that, although light-hearted musically, is quite dark lyrically, and makes its tone even darker, with a vastly-simplified and toned-down musical arrangement.
* FunkMetal: TropeCodifier.



* IsntItIronic: "No Shelter" was used on the Godzilla soundtrack because Sony noticed that they mention the great lizard by name. What Sony failed to notice is that they call it "pure motherfucking filler" (''immediately'' after mentioning Godzilla, no less!) and that the whole song was about slick American advertising disguising real suffering. Furthermore, "No Shelter" has the line "Make you think what you need is what they sellin'/Make you think that buyin' is rebellin'"

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* IsntItIronic: "No Shelter" was used on the Godzilla soundtrack because Sony noticed that they mention the great lizard by name. What Sony failed to notice is that they call it "pure motherfucking filler" (''immediately'' after mentioning Godzilla, no less!) and that the whole song was about slick American advertising disguising real suffering. Furthermore, "No Shelter" has the line "Make you think what you need is what they sellin'/Make sellin' / Make you think that buyin' is rebellin'"
4th Jul '16 7:51:08 PM wyattte
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'''Rage Against the Machine''' was a RapMetal band from Los Angeles, formed in 1991.

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'''Rage Against the Machine''' was a RapMetal RapMetal[=/=]FunkMetal band from Los Angeles, formed in 1991.



* BigWordShout: '''"FREE-DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM!!!!!"'''



* CarefulWithThatAxe: Even Zack takes it down a notch ''once'' in a while, but rest assured he'll be barking at you again very shortly.



* FunkMetal

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* FunkMetalFunkMetal: TropeCodifier.
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