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    Quote Originally Posted by grskier View Post

    Anyone go to Coachella this year? If so, how was Rage?


    Listen for yourself by checking out vietnow.org

    First 7 tunes of their set are up for download.

    Sounds to me like they were just going through the motions. No intensity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sledneckripper View Post

    Sounds to me like they were just going through the motions. No intensity.
    Perhaps it was because the recording was aweful.

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    Township into Killing in the name was worth it all. FKNA. "Some of those that burn crosses, are the same who burn crosses....."

    Wake up was a highlight as well. Intensity was pretty high.

    Rage puts out some intense music. If you've ever seen them live you will understand. I could care less what they do on the side. I like them for their music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iskibc View Post
    I could care less what they do on the side.

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    One of my favorite recordings:

    RAGE 1993 Wake Up



    Small venue, top of their game, intensity.
    Last edited by iskibc; 05-04-2007 at 09:32 PM.

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jz8wU...elated&search=

    ^^^I wish they were still around. We need more stuff like this to happen.^^^

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    Anybody want my ticket to see them at Rock the Bells in San Fran in August?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jer View Post
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    Meh - more of the same. They say that rich white kids are the ones who are critisizing them - funny thing is most of their audience are affluent white males going through a "rebellion" phase in their lives. They and thier fans are hard to take seriously. They want to be really popular so thier "message" gets out to the maximum number of people - I guess the question is how much are they willing to dilute thier "message" and compromise thier art to achieve a (justifiable?) end? I don't agree with a lot of Fugazi's "message", but I can respect them because they don't come off as complete hypocrits.
    who cares! either you like the music or you don't. and by the way rage's fan base is not primarily white affluent males, i've seen rage five times and i assure you, the bulk of their fanbase is dumbass aggo frat boy meatheads.

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    LOL.. ha and i'm one of them

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