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by Rage Against the Machine

First Played: 2004-10-08 06:42:36
Last Played: 2019-07-04 00:49:00
Total Plays: 25

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  • Kevin Cole : 07/03/2019 05:49 PM
    After the band broke up in 2000, Tim Commerford,Tom Morello, and Brad Wilk went on to form Audioslave with Chris Cornell.
  • Kevin Cole : 05/30/2019 03:51 PM
    Happy Birthday Tom Morello! (b. May 30th, 1964) Morello is best known for his unique and creative guitar playing style, which incorporates feedback noise, unconventional picking, effects, and tapping, as well as heavy use of guitar effects.
    Morello co-founded Rage Against the Machine with Zack de la Rocha, and the band became one of the most popular and influential rock acts of the 1990s. After de la Rocha left Rage Against the Machine, Morello’s next project was Audioslave, which included the remaining bandmates and former Soundgarden vocalist Chris Cornell.
    Since 2003, Morello has played under the alias the Nightwatchman, which he describes as his “political folk alter ego”.
    Since 2016, Morello has been a member of the rap rock supergroup Prophets of Rage. The group consists of members from Public Enemy, Rage Against the Machine, Audioslave and Cypress Hill.
  • Kevin Cole : 01/31/2019 03:51 PM
    The songs on "Rage Against the Machine" all feature political messages. Activists such as Provisional IRA hunger striker Bobby Sands and Black Panther Party founder Huey P. Newton are listed in the "Thanks For Inspiration" section.
  • Kevin Cole : 10/16/2018 03:18 PM
    Read our interview with Tom Morello from earlier this year: https://bit.ly/2AdRwyP
  • Kevin Cole : 10/04/2018 04:59 PM
    The cover of the Self Titled album features a photo of the self-immolation of Thích Quảng Đức, a Vietnamese Buddhist monk, in Saigon in 1963. The monk was protesting President Ngô Đình Diệm's administration for oppressing the Buddhist religion. The photograph drew international attention and persuaded U.S. President John F. Kennedy to withdraw support for Ngô Đình Diệm's government. It was taken by Associated Press correspondent Malcolm Browne; a similar photograph earned the award of World Press Photo of the Year in 1963.

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