Rage Against the Machine – Killing in the Name?Live / ??????
Rage Against The Machine – Killing In The Name – 1993
Killing In The Name – Rage Against The Machine live at PinkPop 1993 – by RATM.
Blank Versus Blank: Rage Against The Machine? Songs:Maggie’s Farm VS Settle For NothingAshes In The Fall VS Without A FaceTestify VS RevolverCalm Like A Bomb VS Year Of The BoomerangTownship Rebellion VS Killing In The NameBulls On Parade VS BombtrackSleep Now In The Fire VS Kick Out The JamsHow I Could Just Kill A Man VS Wake UpPistol Grip Pump VS Beautiful WorldAlbums:Rage Against The Machine VS Evil EmpireThe Battle Of Los Angeles VS RenegadesBQ: Zack de la Rocha: Deep VS Hateful?BQ2: Which band tomorrow?BQ3: Worst Music Video (mine’s Sobar by Tool, or Don’t Turn The Lights on by some idiots)?
Rage had it going strong back in the day. I am sceptical when bands “reunite” after solo careers tank, but I give ’em a pass.
Songs:Settle For NothingWithout A FaceTestifyCalm Like A BombTownship RebellionBombtrackSleep Now In The FireHow I Could Just Kill A ManPistol Grip PumpAlbums:Rage Against The MachineThe Battle Of Los AngelesBQ: A bit of bothBQ2: Manic Street PreachersBQ3: youtube.com/watch?v=S3dPXxPGbmM
Songs:Settle For NothingAshes In The FallTestify Calm Like A Bomb Killing In The NameBombtrackSleep Now In The Fire Wake UpPistol Grip Pump Albums:Rage Against The Machine The Battle Of Los Angeles BQ: Zack de la Rocha: Deep BQ2: ASHES dIVIDE
Out of these 2 which do you prefer ? Rage against the machine – Killing in the name of Or Nirvana – Teen Spirit?
Killing in the Name Of, in my opinion is the better, but they both focking rock and are real classics of the 90’s.
Probably Smells Like Teen because I think Nirvana really appeals more to teens than Rage Against the Machines
dumb mainstream kids,’rage against the machine- killing in the name of’ is way better.im not hating on nirvana (i own every single album) but. if it wasnt for their huge exposure on MTV they wouldnt have been as huge as they were/are.
Have you bought Rage Against the Machine – Killing in the Name? Do you want to stand up to X Factor and not be lumbered with another X Factor Christmas number 1? If so, make sure you buy / downloaded Rage Against the Machine – Killing in the Name. Amazon has it for 29pAs Jack Black says “Stick it to the Man”.
I have bought two copies and will be buying another one today.Edit – regardless of whether they are on the same label, that simply isn’t the point. This is purely about Cowell’s X-Factor manufactured karaoke acts threatening the ability of up and coming bands to get airplay. RATM are a proper band, with talented musicians.
I’ve bought too.The main Facebook page has gone down because of ‘bugs’ last night (the ‘dog ate my homework’ excuse) – permanently it seems from today. So a new one went up and has attracted another 80,000 fans in a few hours. The song has disappeared out of the charts on iTunes top 100, yet HMV revealed that their sales showed Rage comfortably ahead. Amazon will only let you buy one Rage copy, but has Karaoke Joe featured on its landing page. The Man – appears to be fixing the results, because they can’t win a fair fight.So, I’m getting a copy from every registered download site, and will make every effort to ensure the right side wins.Buttoned-down, corporate, spineless, no-mark, talentless, yes-men – shouldn’t be permitted to win
Yes.However, do not buy more than two copies from the same source, otherwise it will be flagged as suspicious and will not count.It’s worth it just to annoy Cowell.
Favorite Rage Against the Machine song(s)? What are your favorite Rage Against the Machine song(s)?Mine areBorn of a Broken ManBulls on ParadeKilling in the NameRenegades of FunkTestify
Know Your EnemyNo ShelterBombtrackFistful of SteelDown RodeoBulls on ParadeTestifyTire MeKilling in The NameFreedom
Basically All the songs from their self titled albumTire Me No ShelterGuerrilla RadioCalm like A BombDown RodeoPeople of the SunTestifySleep Now in the FireBorn of a Broken ManBulls on ParadeVietnow
Sorry to do this, but youse are all r3tards – i know this will get deleted fairly soon, or at the very least lots of thumbs down, but hey, i needto share my opinions.Don’t get me wrong, Rage are amazing, and there isn’t one song i don’t like, but you guys are all just naming singles.Which, as i said, are good – don’t get me wrong. But they are hardly the best of RATM.The only two conclusions i can come to are:1 – you don’t really kno much by them, and only really know the singles2 – you’re so childish you just like the ones where he swears. “ooooh look he just said ‘fuck you’ hehehehehe”OK, so some of the best of RATM:Voice of the voiceless War within a breath FreedomTake the power backWake upPeople of the sunRevolverTire meVietnowRevolutionZapata’s bloodFuck tha policeMicrophone fiendThe ghost of tom joad
Good Rage Against The Machine songs? im trying to get into Rage against the machine, and i like what i have heard, i just dont know where to start, name a few good songs by Rage, thank you so much.
“Killing in the Name Of” and “Bulls on Parade” are two that I like alot. Samples, info and more at the links below
Start with their debut album. I got it in ’92 and still play it most days. Bombtrack/Bullet in the Head/Wake Up’Evil Empire’ is good – quite dark with some nice hip hop grooves on it. Bulls on Parade/Down Rodeo/Roll Right’Battle Of Los Angeles’ is more upbeat and a lot heavier than EE. Another great album. Guerilla Radio/Calm Like a Bomb/Ashes in the Fall’Renegades’ is a classic covers album given the Rage treatment. Renegades of Funk/Ghost of Tom Joad/Pistol Grip PumpAlso check some of their live stuff; ‘Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium’ CD/DVD really highlights the intensity of a Rage show as does the ‘Battle of Mexico’ DVD. If you can find it get the ‘Live & Rare’ CD if anything just for the ‘Bullet in the Head live’ recording which was recorded in ’93 and to this day is one of Tom Morello’s best ever solos.Finally get yourself on youtube and check some live footage from shows like Rock AM Ring/Pinkpop ’93/’94/’96, Reading ’96, Woodstock ’99, Rock AM Ring ’00, Reading ’00.