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RATM members fighting the US establishment once more

Prophets of Rage is a new supergroup bringing together Chuck D from Public Enemy, Cypress Hill’s B-Real, and Tom Morello, Brad Wilk and Tim Commerford from Rage Against the Machine (RATM).  169 more words

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This article originally appeared in buzz Magazine on December 8, 2011. 

Like most Americans, Judd Greenstein did not expect the Occupy Wall Street movement to sustain its initial impact. 1,014 more words

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Why Isn't Zack de la Rocha in Prophets of Rage?

By Amanda Wicks for Radio.com

To say Rage Against the Machine fans are excited by the recent formation of super group Prophets of Rage is an understatement. 313 more words

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Why Isn't Zack de la Rocha in Prophets of Rage?

By Amanda Wicks

To say Rage Against the Machine fans are excited by the recent formation of super group Prophets of Rage is an understatement. Sure, it’s not the reunion they were hoping for, but it brings together three of the band’s original members with Public Enemy’s Chuck D and Cypress Hill’s B-Real. 279 more words

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Why Isn't Zack de la Rocha in Prophets of Rage?

By Amanda Wicks

To say Rage Against the Machine fans are excited by the recent formation of super group Prophets of Rage is an understatement. Sure, it’s not the reunion they were hoping for, but it brings together three of the band’s original members with Public Enemy’s Chuck D and Cypress Hill’s B-Real. 285 more words

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Why Isn't Zack de la Rocha in Prophets of Rage?

By Amanda Wicks

To say Rage Against the Machine fans are excited by the recent formation of super group Prophets of Rage is an understatement. Sure, it’s not the reunion they were hoping for, but it brings together three of the band’s original members with Public Enemy’s Chuck D and Cypress Hill’s B-Real. 285 more words

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Why Isn't Zack de la Rocha in Prophets of Rage?

By Amanda Wicks

To say Rage Against the Machine fans are excited by the recent formation of super group Prophets of Rage is an understatement. Sure, it’s not the reunion they were hoping for, but it brings together three of the band’s original members with Public Enemy’s Chuck D and Cypress Hill’s B-Real. 285 more words

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