When Rage Against The Machine attempted to play a left wing rally at the Republican National Convention this week, local authorities weren't so sure it was a good idea and shut the show down. While a proper permit was reason enough to ensure Rage couldn't play a real show, the band responded by holding a breakout a cappella session.
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