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i>Rage Against the Machine: 20th Anniversary Edition</i> (Epic Records/ Legacy
Recordings). Review by <b>Tim Wardyn</b>.
hardcore,punk,Rise Against,Siren Song of the Counter-Culture,Geffen,Daniel
... mother and a hipster who would understand every little subgenre, I would just
say Radiohead and The Beastie Boys, or Prince and Rage Against the Machine.
... the approach certainly works better than the Rage Against the Machine school
of yelling at people. The band is well-schooled in good, old-fashioned Chicago ...
... and extra points are given for having influences that stretch beyond the
compulsory Mudvayne and Slipknot references that include Rage Against the
They were the toughest band around, playing music similar to a cross between
early Helmet and Rage Against the Machine. Personal feelings aside (I thought ...
Rage Aagainst the Machie played the protests at the Democratic National ... and
tear gas to disperse crowds gathered to hear Rage Against the Machine (whose
... cue from the Specials, adding UK hip-hop, the pure pop sensibilities of fellow
anarcho-punks Chumbawamba and the dynamics of Rage Against the Machine.
When <b>Rock The Bells</b> took its hip hop circus on the road it may have left
the core acts back in the big cities (Rage Against The Machine and Public ...
They've toured with Christian punks MXPX, and viking road warriors Valient Thor;
they cover both MC5 and Rage Against the Machine; they list Steve Earle and ...