Rage Against The Machine Turns 20

Rage Against The Machine

Rage Against The Machine Turns 20

Rage Against The Machine

For a period of a few months when he was in sixth grade, my little brother did the same exact thing every day after school: He rode his bike a couple of miles to the record store near our house, the one with the listening stations, and he listened to the self-titled debut album from Rage Against The Machine. Every ...

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