“Who’s inferior?”: The radical love of Rage Against the Machine (1992)

 Rage Against the Machine (2001), Rage Against the Machine

by P.J. Sauerteig

1992. Los Angeles. Four fairly greasy, rough-and-tumble-looking guys put out Rage Against the Machine’s self-titled debut album. With ten volcanic songs, Rage offered up the heads of corporate monsters, backdoor politicians, corrupt cops, and complacent everymen – all of them on a silver platter. But whether or not Rage knew it at the time, their heads would end up on that same platter…

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