Rage Against the Machine to play at Target during RNC

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  • Updated: August 4, 2008 - 9:50 PM

The famously political rap-rock band, on semi-hiatus since 2000, will be at the Target Center Sept. 3.

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pizann0Aug. 4, 08 5:58 PM

Now THAT'S an oxymoron!

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timmy62Aug. 4, 08 5:59 PM

Rage Against The Machine...wow they're so now. I'm sure they'll sell the place out.

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moozeekfanAug. 4, 08 6:05 PM

You too can engage in your political dissent...as long as you pay an arm and a leg for it! I guess 'Raging Against The Machine' doesn't count for what it used to these days.

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graunkemAug. 4, 08 6:06 PM

Here comes some unispired guitar riffs.

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PayPuhAug. 4, 08 6:07 PM

Truthfully, I'm probably going to vote red this election, but good music is good music. Rage is an excellent band. Hell, I'd rather go to their show than get anywhere near the RNC. Regardless of view, de la Rocha is an intelligent guy who writes compelling pieces. I'm glad they are getting back together, even if it is only temporary.

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thisisgayAug. 4, 08 6:14 PM

Oxymoron & Ironic I'm raging against the machine...sponsored by the machine

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Dave21Aug. 4, 08 6:22 PM

Heh, $60. Yeah man, rage against my allowance. I saw Ani DIFranco a while back, she went on about how bad capitalism and corporations are...yet that lefty charged me $76 bucks for a pair of tickets.

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AndrewRostadAug. 4, 08 6:45 PM

"Yes I know my enemies They're the teachers who taught me to fight me Compromise, conformity, assimilation, submission Ignorance, hypocrisy, brutality, the elite. All of which are American dreams" :thumbsup:

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Dave21Aug. 4, 08 7:00 PM

Don't recall the exact quote, but little Rageboy comparied the US to Nazi Germany....something to the affect as the only difference was in who one the WWII. So I guess that makes him a holocaust denier?

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alanpAug. 4, 08 7:01 PM

That's the beauty of this country that a band like Rage can "Rage Against The Machine" and charge $60 a pop to do it. Left-wing capitalism-move over China. Gotta love it! I'm voting for McCain but I do enjoy the songs of Rage. If I was to boycott music and movies because of political beliefs I would be left listening to Pat Boone and watching movies from the 50's.

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