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Tom Morello


Tom Morello was born May 30, 1964, in Harlem, New York, and Mary Njoroge Ngeth Morello. Downhill Irish, Italian and on the side of his mother, and the decline in Kenya on the side of his father. Her mother was a teacher at Marseilles, Illinois, which received a Master of Arts in Loyola University in Chicago and went to Germany, Spain, Kenya and Japan as an English teacher. His father was a member of Kenya Mau Mau uprising, and has served as Kenya's first ambassador to the United Nations. Morello paternal uncle, Jomo Kenyatta, was the first elected president in the history of Kenya. Parents met in August 1963, while attending a pro-democracy Nairobi, Kenya, and Morello was conceived the first night they made love. After discovering her pregnancy, Mary returned United States in November Njoroge, and married in New York.

When Morello was 16 months old, returned home Njoroge native Kenya, and denied his paternity of her child. Morello was raised solely by his mother in Libertyville, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. Did not attend Libertyville High School, where his mother was a professor of U.S. history. She is the wife of the teacher and guitarist Tom Adam Jones from the band Tool, while teaching at Libertyville. Tom sings in the school choir and was active in the club of speech and drama, a role has been Oberon in A Midsummer Night's Dream.

Morello left political tendencies developed early, and described himself to be "anarchist that in a high school conservative "and has been identified as a socialist bigot. In the mock elections in 1980 in Libertyville, he Campaign for an anarchist "candidate" named Hubie Maxwell fictional, who came fourth in the election. He also wrote entitled "South Africa: Racist Fascism support" for the alternative newspaper Pulse school student.

Morello graduated school with honors in June 1982 and enrolled at Harvard University in political science as a student in the fall. It was the first student at his high school to be accepted at Harvard, and was actually the first person to Libertyville, Illinois for ever register there. Morello graduated in 1986 with a BA in political science from Harvard University. He moved to Los Angeles where for the first time supported himself by working as a stripper exotic.

"When I graduated from the University Harvard and moved to Hollywood, I was unemployed. I was literally starving, so I had to work work servile, and at one point, they even worked as an exotic dancer. "Brick House" (The Ten Commandments) was my jam! Bachlorette party and I went down to my underwear. Will I go further? All I can say is thank God it was in the time before YouTube! You can earn money working honest people do what they do. "

Adam Jones moved to Los Similarly Angeles, Morello introduced Jones and Maynard James Keenan to Danny Carey, who would come to form the band Tool.

From 1987 to 1989, Moreno worked Office California Senator Alan Cranston. However, this proved to be a negative experience Morello, who decided not to pursue a career in politics.

"I've never had a real desire to work in politics, but if there was an ember in me, Work is off in this work for two things: One was the fact that 80 percent of the time I spent with the senator, he was on the phone asking rich people for money. It just made me understand everything was dirty. He had to commit their entire being every day. The other was when a woman telephoned the office and wanted to complain that Mexicans were not coming into their neighborhood. I said, 'Madam, you're a racist bitch "and she was angry. I represented our cause, but I cried a week from around the world to say that! I told myself that if I'm in a job where you can not call a racist whore fucking racist, then it's not for me .. "

Morello also became a vegetarian, both for health reasons and ethical.

Musical Influences

At 13, Moreno has joined her first group, a cover band Led Zeppelin as a singer. In this age, Moreno bought his first guitar. Around 1984, Morello began studying the guitar seriously. Had formed a group in the same year called the Electric Sheep which featured future Tool guitarist Adam Jones' bass. The group wrote Original documents that included politically charged lyrics. None of the songs composed by the contents of one sheep, one was a skill Moreno began to learn college.

At that time, Tom Morello's musical tastes were in the direction of heavy metals such as Kiss, Iron Maiden, Alice Cooper Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath. Morello has developed its own unique sound through the electric guitar. Later, his music and the music policy has been heavily influenced by punk rock bands like The Clash, The Sex Pistols and Devo.

Recording career

Rage Against the Machine (1991-2000, 2007-present)

Main article: Rage Against the Machine

In 1991, Tom was trying to form a new group dissolved after Lock Up. Tom was impressed freestyle rap Zack de la Rocha and asked him to join his group. Also drafted drummer Brad Wilk, who knew of his band Lock Up, where a failure Wilk audition for a place of drums. The band lineup was completed when Zack convinced his childhood friend Tim Commerford on bass. After having attended the club circuit in Los Angeles, Rage Against the Machine has signed a recording contract with Epic Records in 1992. That same year, band released their eponymous debut album. They achieved a considerable amount of current success and released three studio albums.

In August 2000, in Los Angeles the Democratic National Convention Rage Against the Machine performed outside the Staples Center to a crowd numbering in the thousands, while the Convention took place inside. After several audience members began throwing stones, police in Los Angeles close the unit and ordered the audience to disperse, rubber bullets and pepper spray the crowd.

Tom Morello played with Rage Against The Machine at Reading Festival 2008

In late 2000, after the double Commerford the VMA's, disgruntled de la Rocha left the band. On September 13, 2000, Rage Against the Machine performed their last concert at the Grand Olympic Auditorium in Los Angeles. After the band split, their fourth studio album, Renegades, has become a collection of covers of artists like Bob Dylan, MC5, Bruce Springsteen and Cypress Hill. 2003 saw the launch of its latest album, Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium, an edited recording of the band Final two concerts on 12 and 13 September 2000 Grand Olympic Auditorium in Los Angeles. He was accompanied by an expansion of the DVD release of the final concert and includes an unprecedented clip of "bombtrack."

After the dissolution, Morello, Commerford and Wilk formed Audioslave with former Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell and has released three albums and a DVD of the concert band in Cuba. De la Rocha started working on a solo album collaboration with DJ Shadow, Company Flow and The Roots Questlove, but the project was abandoned in favor of collaboration with Nine Inch Nails Trent Reznor. The recording was completed, but the album can be never released. So far, only one runway was published: "We want everyone" was presented on "Songs and artists that inspired fahrenheit 9 / 11."

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On April 29, 2007, Rage Against the Machine Coachella Festival meeting Music. The band played before a backdrop of the EZLN biggest crowds of the festival. Performance was initially regarded as an isolated incident, it was not the case. The band played seven shows over the U.S. in 2007 (including their first festival concert in 7 years is not Alpine Valley Music Theater in East Troy, Wisconsin), and in January 2008, he played his first concerts outside the United States and join Big Day Out Festival in Australia and New Zealand. In August 2008, they were entitled nights at festivals in Reading and Leeds.

The group has since continued traveling the world, headlining many major festivals in Europe and the United States, including Lollapalooza in Chicago. In 2008, the group also played shows in Denver, Colorado and Minneapolis, Minnesota to coincide with the Democratic National Convention and the Republican National Convention, respectively. Although they played together for these events, they do not play together regularly.

Audioslave (2001-2007)

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Morello with Audioslave Montreux Jazz Festival in 2005.

After de la Rocha left Rage Against the Machine, the other members of the remaining group was began working with former Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell at the suggestion of producer Rick Rubin. The new group has been rumored to be called civil project, but the name was confirmed by their first Audioslave album was released.

The band released their debut album on November 19, 2002. It was a critical and commercial success, reaching triple platinum status.

The band released their second album, Out of Exile, May 24, 2005. Debuts in No. 1 on the Billboard charts and reached platinum status. In the same year they released a DVD documenting their trip as the first rock band to play a free show in Cuba. The third album, Revelations, was released in the fall of 2006. On February 15, 2007, Audioslave broke after departure due to "personality conflicts insoluble" leader Cornell. The group met with Zack de la Rocha and resumes his former band, Rage Against the Machine.

The Nightmare (2003-present)

Main article: The Night Watchman

Morello is less known for its folk music, playing under the pseudonym The Nightwatchman. He explained:

"The Nightmare That is my alter ego folk policy. I wrote these songs and play them on open mic nights with friends for a while. This is the first time I traveled with him. When I play open mic nights, is presented as the night watchman. There will be kids there who are fans of my guitar playing, and look there scratching their heads.

But it's something I enjoy doing. I see it more as an extension of my politics. In addition, some of the songs are not explicitly policy. It really helped me grow as an artist and composer. Once you prick the vein you never know what will come out. You could aim to unite all the songs and you're in another country. "

In November 2003 Nightwatch artists joined Billy Bragg, Lester Chambers of the Chambers Brothers Steve Earle, Jill Sobule, Boots Riley of the Coup and Mike Mills of REM on the Tell Us the Truth Tour. The tour of thirteen of the city was born by reform groups and unions and environmental media such as Common Cause, Free Press and the AFL-CIO with the ultimate goal of "informing music fans and exposing and challenging defects. Among the major media in the U.S., "said Tom Morello:

"The consolidation of media and globalization needs unmasking need to break. When the presidents and politicians lie, it's the job of the press to expose the lies. When the press fails, gangstas out of hiding. The lie becomes the law. The point of telling us that the Tour is truth to help others make connections, and show that activism can change the policies of this country. "

One of his many songs, "left no one" in After appearing in a September 11 U.S. attack Iraq appears on the album of songs and artists inspired by Fahrenheit 9 / 11.

The night also appeared on the album / DVD Axis Of Justice: Concert Series Volume 1, contributing the song "Until the End," "The Way he should go, "and" Union Song. "

Morello as the Night, released his first solo album, One Man Revolution, April 24, 2007.

The Night the Dave Matthews Band joined the European tour for small May 2007. Like the opening of the Dave Matthews Band, was invited invited to a few songs each night. The last night of the Morello / DMB Agreement was May 30, 2007 at Wembley Arena in London Anniversary Tom.

Nightwatch currently supports Ben Harper on tour. During the tour, Morello has been joining Harper onstage for a cover of Bob Dylan's "Masters of War", who plays electric guitar in the style of which he is best known.

Morello has chaired a residence Hotel Cafe in Los Angeles since November 2007, which took many of his colleagues in music, including Serj Tankian, Perry Farrell, Jon Foreman of Switchfoot, Shooter Jennings, Nuno Bettencourt, Queen V, Sen Dog of Cypress Hill, Jill Sobule, Boots Riley, Alexi Murdoch, Wayne Kramer of MC5, and others.

On October 10, 2008, The Nightmare appeared on the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson as musical guest, promoting his new album The legendary city.

Street Sweeper Social Club (2006-present)

Main article: Street Sweeper Social Club

After Audioslave disbanded in 2006, Brown met Boots Riley of the coup, suggesting that form a group that had called Morello Street Sweeper. After giving a cassette Riley to write several songs, the two created the duo Social Club Street Sweeper.

Street Sweeper Social Club open for Nine Inch Nails and Jane's Addiction May 2009.

Projects other side (1994-present)

Morello has performed with many artists. Some of the most notable contributions are listed below.

Morello and Wilk joined with Maynard James Keenan of Tool and Billy Gould of Faith No More to record the song "Calling Dr. Love" for 1994 Kiss tribute album Kiss My Ass. The program was presented such as substance abuse Shandi.

In 1995, Morello formed a short term project called the former Weatherman Articles of Faith singer Vic Bondi. They recorded demos in September 1995. Bondi wrote all the lyrics, while Morello wrote all the music. A track, "Enola Gay" was recorded by Brett Eliason in fall 1996.

Morello plays guitar on three tracks lead product Antipop Primus 1999 studio album.

Morello plays guitar on the soundtrack of the Faculty, was the Class of '99 for his version of "Pink Floyd Another Brick in the Wall (Pt. 2)".

Morello worked with The Crystal Method on their album Tweekend 2001. A co-produces and plays guitar on the single "Name of the Game" and "wild, sweet and fresh."

Registered Morello guitar with country legend Johnny Cash in his career at the end of American Recordings, which was published in a civilization disappeared.

Morello produced in 2003 the album Anti-Flag The Terror State. He played with Anti-Flag in some of their concerts.

Morello plays guitar on the single "No Man Army" by The Prodigy, who appears in "Smack My Bitch Up" single.

Morello played guitar in Fury Atari Teenage Riot song.

Morello played a short in the band of Benny Mason Exodus Song IV.

In July 2006, reported that Morello and Boots Riley man before the coup, who collaborate on a project known as street sweepers. Riley has often played with Tom Morello's alter ego Nightwatch Morello and produced and performed on a track for 2006 release Pick Hit a larger weapon.

Morello played the guitar solo in the song "Depleted uranium is a war crime "Anti-Flag on their 2006 album Blood and Empire.

Morello sat in the Dave Matthews Band with Butch Taylor and Rashawn Ross various dates in May 2007, group through Europe. We acted in "# 41", "American Baby Intro" and "Satellite" at various dates on short journeys.

Morello is in Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock "head of the guitar (the first of 3 in the context of the game) in a night club. Beat in a one-on-one battle (playing an original composition he recorded for the game) you'll unlock a playable character and will result in the player and play Tom main theme of "Bulls on Parade" in recovery immediately after the battle. Morello original composition elements of his trademark guitar effects like those heard in songs like Audioslave "Cochise" and "Does not Remind Me" and Rage Against "Bulls on Parade" from the machine and "Sleep now in the fire. "

In April 2006, Morello produced two songs for the band Outernational, on the website of the band, Moreno says he will produce its first album.

In April 2008, Morello has made two appearances with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band at the Pond in Anaheim. Has been performed "The Ghost of Tom Joad "(which had already been the subject of Rage Against the Machine). One result has been included in the Highlights Tour EP Magic.

On October 29, 2009 Morello performed at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 25th anniversary concert at Madison Square Garden. He played "The Ghost of Tom Joad" "London Calling, "" Badlands "and" Higher and Higher "with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band.

On February 23, 2010 Cypress Hill released he second single, "Rise Up" from her album stand up with Tom Morello on guitar.

Appearances in films

Morello plays in a number soundtracks, including Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (2006), Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story, and Spider-Man. He was a guitar "additional electrical "In 2008 superhero movie Iron Man and played a terrorist has also played in Berkeley (2007) and". Star Trek: Insurrection "

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"Whatever it takes," a nylon string acoustic guitar used by Moreno in his character from The Nightmare.

Morello is known for his guitar style, which consists of heavy metal / punk hybrid riffs and hip hop inspired sounds. His guitar playing is also characterized by heavy use of guitar effects like delay, modulation, wah, harmonics, distortion, feedback, and other combinations and unique way. The most recognizable in Morello's arsenal is the Digitech Whammy, this helping to create many of their sounds. Matthew Bellamy of Muse English, the group cited as an influence Morello, who play in the use of pitch-shifting on their own.

His guitar to produce strange sounds, Morello chooses various effects pedals. RATM during his tenure, he used a Dunlop Cry Baby, a Digitech Whammy WH-1, a Boss DD-2 Digital Delay, a DOD EQ pedal (all aircraft and only used to increase the volume during guitar solos or persons currently rocking), and an Ibanez DFL Flanger. At the time of the Battle of Los Angeles added a Boss TR-2 Tremolo pedal (which can be heard on "Guerrilla Radio "). Audioslave, Tom Morello replaced the Ibanez Flanger with a MXR Phase 90. Your amplifier of choice has always been a 50 watt Marshall JCM 800 2205 and a Peavey 4×12. Although Marshall is his amp of choice with Rage Against the Machine, Vox AC30 combo amp used for multiple overdubs on the album Audioslave "Revelations". While the Marshall amplifier has two channels, using only the overdrive channel, and simply lower the volume on your guitar to get cleaner sounds.

In the study, Morello uses the same configuration most guitar tracks. For the Battle of Los Angeles, who also used some other amps such as Line 6 as heard on the introduction eigenspace "Mic Check," plus a Pignose mini-amp and a "double" style MusicMan amp. When recording the last Audioslave album Revelations Morello experienced with amplifier configurations. For solo song, he split head signal level 2205 and Marshall cabinet and a Peavey 100 watt Fender Bassman head and cabinet for Orange. Sent an end while the other sound is intact Ping has been disputed "between the two amplifiers. He also borrowed an amp VOX AC30 producer Brendan director for certain subjects.



On August 27, 2008 Morello, held in Denver, Colorado, open debate The protest against the Commission on Presidential Debates excluding third-party candidates in debates on national television. He played "This Land is Your Land" as nightmare and approved, the independent candidate Ralph Nader for the presidency. Sean Penn, Cindy Sheehan, Jello Biafra and also part of the rally.

In October 2009, Morello, among a number of musicians, said the U.S. government to declassify all documents relating to the use of music in interrogations at Guantanamo. He said, "Guantanamo detainees known by the submarine mining, hoods and forcing them to humiliating sex acts – worldwide as one of the places where human beings have been tortured – Playing music for 72 straight hours to just under break the eardrums. Guantanamo may be the idea of Dick Cheney in the U.S., but not mine. The fact that music has helped create were used in crimes against humanity makes me sick. "

Axis of Justice

Main article: Axis of Justice

America is touted as the land of freedom, but the number one freedom that you and I have is the freedom to enter in a subordinate role in the workplace. Once youe exercise this freedom loses all control over what you do, what is produced and how it occurs. And finally, the product belongs to you doesn. The only way to avoid bosses and jobs if you do not care about life. Which brings us to the second freedom: freedom to die of hunger.

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Morello and Serj Tankian of System of a Down are the co-founders of Axis of Justice a political group whose stated purpose is "to bring together musicians, music fans and the political foundation of organizations fighting for social justice together." They "The goal of building a bridge between fans of music around the world and local political organizations to effectively organize around issues of peace, Human rights and economic justice. "The group has worked for causes such as immigrant rights and the abolition of the death penalty. The list Recommended books include authors such as Noam Chomsky, Karl Marx, Che Guevara, George Orwell, Morrison Mumia Abu-Jamal and Grant.

Morello and Serj, with a handful other artists such as Maynard James Keenan, Wayne Kramer of MC5, the hip hop group Jurassic 5, and Michael "Flea" Balzary of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, released a live recording of covers and original songs entitled Axis of Justice Concert Series Volume 1.

On April 6, 2006, Tom Morello was honored by Human Rights Eleanor Roosevelt Human Rights for their support for workers and for his work AOJ. Tom has worked on campaigns of work are numerous: the conjecture of detention boycotts, janitors strike in Los Angeles Taco Bell boycott, grocery workers in Southern California strike and lockout, and others.

Morello has been a strong advocate of immigration reform and staging demonstrations across the United States. Morello played in Nightmare MacArthur Park in Los Angeles and has had numerous articles on AOJ. On September 28, 2006, Morello was one of the 400 demonstrators arrested protesting in support rights of immigrant workers in what organizers hotel "the greatest act of civil disobedience in Los Angeles history. "Morello knew he would be arrested, he wore a bright yellow shirt, and gave the Los Angeles Police driving license numbers days before progress. Morello said MTV:

"In these political dark ages, it is important that we stand together. These hotel workers by the airport that wages 20% less than hotel workers around the rest of Los Angeles. We are here to express our solidarity with them, to help them organize and help bridge the gap between the wages of poverty and millions and millions of dollars from people who own these hotels make. "



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Morello uses highly modified guitars from different manufacturers, but never had a recognition agreement any officer of the company.

Custom Mongrel also known as "arm the homeless" – the most famous guitar of Tom Morello, guitar cable and the establishment of standards since 1991. The guitar interpretation made by the guitar, CA, USA Morello to your exact specifications. If a Stratocaster body with a neck Corsair Performance, 2 Seymour Duncan JB and original tremolo system Chrome Floyd Rose. However, when the guitar was everything I hated it and fully assembled. Since then, almost everything changed many times. All that remains of the original guitar is the body. The body is blue with the words "Arm the Homeless" written in black and red. He has a 3-way switch mounted on the underside of the horn, 4 hippos (painted) in the front, a large hippopotamus (upside down) painted on the back, and a hammer and sickle symbol label. The neck is a 22 fret neck guitar performance with a head board of rosewood and a banana. also Gotoh tuners Crownhead. 81/EMG H has a set of EMG pickups and an Ibanez Edge Floyd Rose Tremolo. The guitar is tuned to standard E.

Fender Stratocaster, Soul Power "- has a black finish with white color and a head coupled link. Also has a mirror pickguard, Floyd Rose Tremolo Ibanez Edge, a 3-way ON / OFF switch cable as circuit breakers, a Seymour Duncan pickup Hotrails on the bridge and Fender pickups silence in the middle position and neck. It has the words "Soul Power" at the top the body in silver paint and the main guitar Audioslave for songs that are standard E chord.

Fender Telecaster "Sendero Luminoso" – 1982 Standard Telecaster all black, his main guitar for use in drop-D Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave. Do you have a guitar in a trade with your roommate.

Ibanez Hollowbody Artstar (Custom) – Made especially to Morello. Based on an old Vox ultrasound, which contains a number edge effects (wah, echo, dist, treble and bass boost) and is painted red and black paint. It is used in vivo to the song "Guerrilla Radio" by Rage Against the Machine, but rarely seen elsewhere.

Goya Rangemaster Greco, "St. George cream "- Purchased by Morello in a pawn shop for $ 60 CDN. Has been modified with Seymour Duncan hotrails a pickup in the bridge position. A toggle switch was also added that died in the center position resulting in a "hummingbird chirp" when activated. Is used as a drop D guitar for some songs on Rage Against The Machine Evil Empire record. At now it is given to the fall of B is used in Rage Against the Machine, Audioslave.

Ibanez Talman (Custom) – Three single coil "lipstick" pickup, vibrato Ibanez Lo-Pro Edge, and Killswitch. It has a custom finish flag of Kenya and is used in "Revolver" "How I Could just kill a man" and "Pistol Grip Pump" by Rage Against the Machine and "Exploder" by Audioslave. He has a second Ibanez Talman a finished with a creamy shell pickguard.

Gibson EDS-1275 (SG Double Neck) – Tuned to drop-D 6-string neck, and is only used to live in "The Ghost of Tom Joad."

Ovation Breadwinner – given the standard E, used by "Ashes in the Fall" by Rage Against the Machine. Also used a MusicMan amp and Tone Bender pedal to capture the audio from the radio station of the ear Korea at the end of "Sleep now in the fire. "He owns and two others studies simply because you think its strange.

Gibson "Budweiser" The Paul – ". Revelations" Used when recording the third album by Audioslave He hated the Budweiser logo on the guitar and decided to burn it in the parking lot of the studio where he was received with a lighter. After etching lines filled with works of art. He liked the new look, with modifications, the guitar with DiMarzio pickups.

Gibson Les Paul Standard, # 1 – orange burst. Attentive drop-B for use in Audioslave.

Gibson Les Paul Standard, # 2 – red finish. It has existed since the earliest days of RATM, but it is rarely used to live outside Exile Audioslave tour that was given to abandonment and D is used only to cover Soundgarden.

Gibson Les Paul Standard, # 3 – sunburst finish snuff. Tuned to Drop B and used in Street Sweeper Social Club. You can see the video for "Little Curses 100."

James Trussart Steelcaster – Telecaster style guitar with a steel body, finished with red star graphics on a hole before. Seen during the Rage Against the tour Meeting of the machine, Tom also has a polished finish that was used in the early rounds.

"Whatever" guitar – Custom guitar string acoustic Ibanez nylon Galvador used in concert and the nightmare. Plain body with 'Whatever It Takes ((star)) "left the gateway.

Effects and amplifiers

Morello amp settings and effects were virtually the same throughout his career in Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave.

A picture of the pedal on the far left Morello is a Voodoo Labs Pedal Power 2


Digitech Whammy WH-1

Dunlop Crybaby wah

Boss DD-2 Digital Delay

Boss Tremolo TR-2

FX40b Equalizer DOD

Ibanez Flanger DFL

MXR Phase 90 (replacing the Ibanez Flanger Audioslave)


Marshall JCM800 2205 (50 watts)

Peavey 4×12 Cabinet

Selective Discography

For a more complete list, see Tom Morello discography

Lock Up

Some Bitchin this thing Way Comes (1989)

Rage Against the Machine

Rage Against the Machine (1992) U.S. 3x Platinum

Evil Empire (1996) United States 3x Platinum

Live & Rare (1998)

The Battle of Los Angeles (1999) U.S. 2x Platinum

Renegades (2000) United States Platinum

Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium (2003)


Audioslave (2002) U.S. 3x Platinum

Out of Exile (2005) U.S. Platinum

Revelations (2006) U.S. Gold


One man of the Revolution (2007)

The Mystical City (2008)

Street Sweeper Social Club

Street Sweeper Social Club (2009)


Saturday Night Live (episode # 21.17, 1996) …. Musical Guest (Rage Against the Machine)

Star Trek: Insurrection (1998) (uncredited) …. Son'a officer

Star Trek: Voyager (Season 6, episode 20, 2000, "Good Shepherd") …. Crewman Mitchell

Made (2001) …. Best Man

Berkeley (2005) …. Blue

Metal: A Headbanger's Journey (2005) … As well

Iron Man (2008) …. Insurgentes # 5

Iron Maiden: Flight 666 (2009) …. As


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Something Bitchin this way 'Comes

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Rage Against the Machine Battle of Mexico City Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium


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Audioslave Live in Cuba


A revolution of the legendary Man City

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"Killing in the Name" bombtrack " "Shot in the head," "Freedom", "Year of tha Boomerang", "Bulls on Parade" "People of the Sun" " Down Rodeo "," Vietnow "" The Ghost of Tom Joad "" No Shelter, "" Guerrilla Radio "," Sleep Now in the Fire " "Testify" Calm Like a Bomb, "" Renegades of Funk "" How could just kill a man "


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"Cochise" Like a Stone "Show Me How to Live," "I am the way I", "What You Are" "Be Yourself", "Your Time Has Come" " do not remember, "" Out of Exile "" Original Fire "" Revelations "

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Axis of Justice: The volume of a series of Concerts

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New York, New York, USA



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