Freedom - Rage Against The Machine - Forget Your Existence! (CD)


1994
Label: CDM - G-53 238 • Format: CD Unofficial Release • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock
Freedom - Rage Against The Machine - Forget Your Existence! (CD)

Track 2 recorded live in Vancouver, B.C., Ap at 86th Street Music Hall. (Special versions of tracks 2 & 3) Taken from the EPIC release Rage Against The Machine. Tracks 2 & 3 ℗ , ℗ + © Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (on disc)/5(20).

Solo, I'm a soloist on a solo list. Al live, never on a floppy disk. Inka, inka, bottle of ink. Paintings of rebellion. Drawn up by the thoughts I think. Yeah! Come on! The militant poet in once again, check it. It's set up like a deck of cards.

 · “Freedom” was the fourth and final single to be released from Rage Against the Machine’s eponymous album. The song raises awareness about the .

The eradication of the American Indian and the absence of Freedom they have and the way history has treated the American Indian. In the part of the song that goes "Brother, did you forget your name, did you lose it on the wall playing tic tac toe, yo check the diagonal 3 million gone, c'mon cuz you know they're counting backwards to zero!".

A jail cell is freedom from the pain in my home Hatred passed on, passed on and passed on A world of violent rage But it's one that I can recognize Having never seen the color of my father's eyes Yes, I dwell in hell, but it's a hell that I can grip I tried to grip my family But I slipped To escape from the pain in an existence mundane I gotta nine, a sign, a set and now I gotta name Read my.


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