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On April 16, 1996.

On April 16, 1996, “Epic” label released “Evil Empire”, the second Rage Against the Machine album. It was recorded March 1995 – February 1996, at “Cole Rehearsal Studios” in Los Angeles, “CAKiss Music Recording Studios” in Melbourne, and was produced by Brendan O’Brien. 98 more words

Temporary cool down

Like perhaps many other people out there, it became a default impulse for myself to tend to just say yes to be more agreeable, avoid confrontation, or furthermore inquiries, mostly the latter—really (just leaning on the agreeable part). 312 more words

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Honorary Mentions - Meow the Jewels Drops; Daughter Return

Consider that Tabbies, Gingers and even the alleged bad omens, Black cats, might have been harmed in the making of Run the Jewels‘ whacky, bizarre (and downright frightening to my own kitten), Meow the Jewels, and you might not be keen. 199 more words

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Safe Interviews w/ Zack and Porcell. No Need to Be Suspicious.

I had a week or two before Ray would show up in San Diego, so I mostly holed-up in my room upstairs and put together the fourth issue of Enquirer. 626 more words

Hare Krishna

Run The Jewels Reunite in Studio with Zack de la Rocha and Nas

by Jeff Cornell

Run The Jewels made waves in 2014 with their song “Close Your Eyes (And Count to F—),” their collaboration with Rage Against The Machine… 172 more words

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Run The Jewels Reunite in Studio with Zack de la Rocha and Nas

by Jeff Cornell

Run The Jewels made waves in 2014 with their song “Close Your Eyes (And Count to F—),” their collaboration with Rage Against The Machine… 172 more words

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Run The Jewels Reunite in Studio with Zack de la Rocha and Nas

by Jeff Cornell

Run The Jewels made waves in 2014 with their song “Close Your Eyes (And Count to F—),” their collaboration with Rage Against The Machine… 185 more words

Music