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Rage Against the Machine a'Capela
denied permission to plug in outside the RNC - they fire it up with a bullhorn
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I love Rage. One of my favorite bands. I saw one of their last concerts before splitting. I hate republicans.
This was pretty lame. They should have stayed home and made a new album instead of joining a hippy drum circle.
The One Day as a Lion EP is pretty fucking awesome.
the polemic "i hate republicans" does not add to a meaningful conversation. the issue is two domineering political parties denying other parties a place within the political discourse.
the fact that people were denied something, but did with what they had wholeheartedly is nice.
and zach's first band Inside Out rules.
fuckin cool. Really makes you appreciate drummers and bassists.
Now that's talent!
5 stars for my favorite hippies
I always have to wonder how much money they make off of "raging" against the machine that they themselves are a lucrative part of.
It's all fun and games and til' some hippie gets tazered.
I fucking hate acapella.
But I guess I fucking hate the Republican Party using the local police as their personal thugs during their faggy little election party thing more than I hate acapella.
5 stars for complete hippie faggotry. This is painful to watch.
Why does the singer constantly rub his nose? Does anyone know? He looks quite nervous.
Goethe and ernie
As time goes by, he's looking more and more like some fucked-up cross between Bobs Ross and Dylan.
Also, I cannot begin to express how much I hate RATM. Nice sentiment though.
Testicles of Doom
"The reality is, we're just four musicians from Los Angeles who've used our voice and talent and musicianship and words to rob you of all your hard earned money. Peace out suckas!"
Seriously though, at least they're trying to stand up for the things they believe in, whatever they are.
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