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decent band but were a bunch of hipocryts by being on a majour record label and breaking up over money from wut i hear but also supporting communism and making millions doing so.
ship rage to cuba make them live there they would be baggin for cpitilist USA
when will comunists learns comunism fucks up more than it helps

by Rob Chaboyer July 11, 2005
Fuck u there not corporate whores!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Best fuckin band ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
by Ian March 15, 2003
Only good rock-rap hybrid. It does not matter if you support their politics or not, you can't deny that they make good music and in the end thats the most important thing.
me "ratm rock fukkin hard"
townie "set me 50p blud"
me "no" machine-guns him to death
(v.) To hide the fact you sold out rather well by saying "Fuck the transnational record company that is paying me lots" and calling it "lyrics".

(n.) 90's band who captivated audiences with catchy tunes and a communist agenda. Those who are not tools of the liberal media will notice that thier lyrics and political ideas are absolute shit, while they are highly marketable because the average metal fan goes through a stage in thier early teens where they believe communism will save the world from the people they hate.
"Fuck the rich coporations" is what the say, but they end it at giving head.
by Kung-Fu Jesus May 07, 2004
Fuck that Shawn E!!! Rage Against the Machine is a great metal band and they DO try their best to change society.
Lets Raise our fists in the air like Rage Against the Machine!!!!
by Confusor December 06, 2003
Rage Against the Machine, arguably once the most powerful and culturally-relevant societal activist group, used the popular contemporary 'thrash rock' genre of music as a vehicle to attempt to create a broader consciousness of issues pertaining to the mass-media, the power of corporate coercion and the conditioning of Westernised society to create complacency; ultimately allowing for the centralisation of power amongst the fascist State and multi-conglomerate corporations such as the WTO and partisan mass-media organisations such as CBS; the collective Machine. RATM was genuinely unique to the Western media current through their strongly rhetoric lyrics and the formidability of their music.

Perhaps what could be seen as tragic; RATM disbanded at the beginning of the new Century, commonly cited as being due to political differences. Zach de la Rocha, who was evidently the bands most politically aware and zealous member, was often said to have despised the path the band was taking into commercialism; a Western symbol of control which they had always struggled to fight.

Regardless of RATM's downfall, it is generally agreed that the effectual footprint of the band has led to a general intellectual and conscious awakening for a generation born into Twenty-First Century; who are seemingly predestined to a bondage to the will of today's powerful media giant and the fascist State. Zach de la Rocha's political mind-set in the time of the band's apex, and indeed in general, is comparable to that of intellectual Noam Chomsky; who (although marginalised by mainstream media outlets and by the federal state and who is predominantly left unrecognised) is today's most important figure of political dissidence and intellectual disillusionment.
"So sick of complacence now." _Rage Against The Machine
by 6079 August 02, 2006
Reunited for Coachella '07 and goddamn it will be good.
My penis gets hard for Rage Against the Machine on April 29th.
by BigPantsLittlePants March 07, 2007