In many people’s ears, Rage Against The Machine calls to mind some fantastic music. But to others, they were so much more than that. With a closer look you’ll find that Zack de la Rocha wrote some incredibly moving protest songs to create change in the US, they were not just a band, they were a political movement. And to perpetuate their political messages they used an addicting mixture of funk, hard-rock and hip hop to make their message even more influential. But where did their sound and political roots come from? And where’s Rage in 2018?
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