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Fuck u there not corporate whores!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Best fuckin band ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
by Ian March 15, 2003
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One of the most overrated bands in history. They got popular because they pushed left winged propaganda as shallow as the water in my toilet. Same as the Sex Pistols. That band 100% fucking sucked ass. They just got popular because they where so rebellious, something kids in their teenage years seem to love.

They also introduced the Che Guevara image to the kiddies. So we should thank them for the fact that people wear this cold-blooded murderer piece of shit that luckily got executed on their shirts these days.

Tom Morello was their lead guitar player, also way overrated. I hear that people call him the 'best guitar player ever'. Again, total bullshit. Hendrix, Van Halen, Gilmore and Jimmy Page's shoes have more talent then this guy. If you played the guitar yourself, you'd understand. All his neat solo's sound cool because they come out of stomp boxes you can buy in every music store. Really. This guy has the biggest effects chain i've ever seen.

This band proved that you don't need talent to become famous. If you make music that takes a piss on the govnerment and is left winged in general, there is a way bigger chance of success than if you acually have talent, but don't write songs about politics.

"greatest band ever?". Yea right. Led Zeppelin, RHCP, The Beatles, The Stones, Aerosmith, Van Halen, Pink Floyd, The Who, Tony Joe White, The Zombies, Tom Petty....(i could continue forever) Happen to forget about those?
Shit kid with Che Guevara t-shirt: Rage Against The Machine is the best band ever

Me: No, they weren't. If you think that, you deserve to get hit by a freight train.
by Dick September 26, 2005
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Fucking immense band. Everyone with any sense of rock music should listen to RATM. They rule. Shouldn't have broken up so early, but still made 4 quality albums.
Rage Against The Machine rock. Tom Morello is a legend and genius. If you only think they are good because of their lyrics just listen to some of Morellos guitar solos : Kick out the Jams, Know your enemy for example. They are musical genius. If anything they are highly underrated
by FraZ October 30, 2005
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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
THEN LISTENS TO RATM
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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
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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
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the best band ever, every single song is good =)
by matttt October 01, 2003
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