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Rage Against The Machine
- Me, Myself, and I
- Rage Against the Machine, also known as RATM or simply "Rage", was an American metal band noted both for their diligent political conscience and for their pioneering blend of hard rock and rap (which over time would come to be known variously as rock, rapcore, hard rock, funk metal and alternative rock or alternative metal), as well as their vocal radical leftist beliefs. Tom Morello left his old band, Lock Up, and decided to start another band. Morello was in a club in L.A where Zack de la Rocha was rapping. Morello was impressed by de la Rocha, and asked him to join his band. Tom called and drafted a drummer named Brad Wilk, who had previously auditioned for Lock Up. De la Rocha had a childhood friend, Tim Commerford, whom he got to join. The band was now composed of Tom Morello (guitar), Zack de la Rocha (vocals), Brad Wilk (drums) and Tim Commerford (bass). Originally, de la Rocha wanted to use the name "Rage Against the Machine" as an album title for his then-current band, Inside Out.
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