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Student orchestrra perform Rage Against The Machine

Student orchestrra perform Rage Against The Machine

(1:53) Students from George Mason University's 'The Green Machine' perform with gusto, Rage Against The Machine's 'Killing In The Name'. GeorgeMasonGreenMachine.com

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (1208 days ago)

In my opinion, much better than that Dutch orchestra playing Pharrell Williams. LINK

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In my opinion, much better than that Dutch orchestra playing Pharrell Williams. LINK

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Guest: George Nolta (1212 days ago)

You say this is music? Sounds more like mental diarhea to me.

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You say this is music? Sounds more like mental diarhea to me.

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MyName MyName (1209 days ago)

Each to their own but man when that track came out, it blew me away and any time I hear it, it just makes me want to move (and tear down the system lol). Nice to see an orchestra give it a go.

Musically, a surprisingly complex piece with some tricky time signatures.

Incidentally, it was Christmas number 1 in the UK a few years back, after a campaign to stop the seemingly inevitable march of the X-Factor Christmas number 1.

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Each to their own but man when that track came out, it blew me away and any time I hear it, it just makes me want to move (and tear down the system lol). Nice to see an orchestra give it a go.

Musically, a surprisingly complex piece with some tricky time signatures.

Incidentally, it was Christmas number 1 in the UK a few years back, after a campaign to stop the seemingly inevitable march of the X-Factor Christmas number 1.

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LogicIsPower LogicIsPower (1209 days ago)

Epic, I obviously missed going to high school when cool music is being played, I had to play music that was written before radio existed.

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Epic, I obviously missed going to high school when cool music is being played, I had to play music that was written before radio existed.

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Guest: politics=corruption (1196 days ago)
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That was class.

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That was class.

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