Killing In The Name by Rage Against The Machine
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Written about revolution against institutional racism and police brutality , "Killing in the Name" is widely recognized as the band's signature song , and has been noted for its distinctive guitar riffs and heavy use of profanity. In , the song peaked at number 25 in the United Kingdom. In it became the Christmas number one when it was the focus of a successful campaign to prevent The X Factor winner's song from gaining the Christmas number one in the United Kingdom for a fifth successive year. The BBC News website refers to it as railing against "the military—industrial complex , justifying killing for the benefit of, as the song puts it, the chosen whites. Tom Morello created the heavier guitar riffs while teaching a student drop D tuning ; he briefly paused the lesson to record the riff. The band's first video for "Killing in the Name" did not receive heavy airplay in the United States due to the explicit lyrics. The song received substantial airplay in Europe and drove the band's popularity outside its home country.
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It was a narrow margin but it was a popular one. Consider what was happening in the world — from racial discrimination and violence to corruption and social inequality — and you can understand why this cocktail of an album came along. Although it would take a while for the new President to take his place in the White House and regain control of the ship; it is iconic to think this masterful album arrived the same day the United States welcomed a new leader. Every year seems to bring corruption and anger to the fore and there is always some form of unrest brewing. Stories of police brutality and despicable injustice was angering and igniting the American people but there were no bands around articulating that fury through music. Change was needed and many in the U.
Killing In the Name [Explicit]