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Rage Against the Machine
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Musicians
    (1991-2000)
    Formed in Los Angeles, California
    Zack De La Rocha - vocals (1991-2000)
    Tom Morello - guitars (1991-2000)
    Brad Wilk - drums (1991-2000)
    Timmy C. - bass (1991-2000)
    Recorded 'Rage Against the Machine (1992),' 'Evil Empire (1996),' 'The Battle of Los Angeles (1999)' and 'Renegades (2000)'
    Timmy is covered with tattoos and Brad has a few himself.
    They were a socialist rock group making millions for a capitalist corporation.
    They went from touring with Porno For Pyros and the Suicidal Tendencies to touring with the House of Pain.
    Their two-song performance on Saturday Night Live was cut to one song after they attempted to hang an American flag upside-down on Tom's amp.
    Their 1997 fall tour with the Wu-Tang Clan was disastrous after the first week when the Wu-Tang decided to bow out.
    During the 2000 MTV VMA's, Timmy climbed a stage prop after they lost Best Hard Rock Performance to Limp Bizkit and ended up getting arrested.
    They supported the beliefs of Che Guevara who helped Fidel Castro bring communism to Cuba which has since crippled the country and the people.
    During the filming of the video for 'Sleep Now In the Fire,' director Michael Moore was allegedly roughed up by the NYC police.
    They broke up on extremely bad terms.
    They play many free concerts and benefit shows.
    They're anti-death penalty.
    They're for a free Tibet.
    They made their name in Los Angeles by self producing a 12-song cassette in which they sold over 5,000 copies.
    They've toured on Lollapalooza.
    Their first concert in London's historic Brixton Academy was an Anti-Nazi League benefit.
    Unlike most popular bands during the 90's, RATM stood by their beliefs and devoted every song on every album to it.
    Although being one of the more established rock bands ever, they continued to pay their dues and take second-fiddle to U2 when they decided to open for them.
    They managed to make their 1997 fall tour a success by getting the Foo Fighters and The Roots to join the tour on short notice.
    They were the first major group to come out in defense of Shawn Fanning's Napster.
    Zack described Korn's Jon Davis as someone who 'screamed about nothing.'
    Their cover album 'Renegades' featured covers of songs from the MC5, the Stooges, Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones and many more.

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    In 2005, Out of 445 Votes: 58.20% Annoying
    In 2004, Out of 797 Votes: 46.93% Annoying
    In 2003, Out of 306 Votes: 57.52% Annoying
 
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