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Daily Reload: Rage Against the Machine, Scott Stapp, MLB Playoff Songs + More

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Here’s a look at the top stories of the day on Loudwire and around the Web:

Could there be some new music from Rage Against the Machine in the works? Bassist Tim Commerford offers an answer to that question. [Loudwire]

How far did Creed singer Scott Stapp fall during his past drug days? The vocalist recounts a crazy tale of falling off a balcony, fracturing his skull and being rescued by rapper T.I. [Loudwire]

Baseball’s regular season is done, but before the hunt for the World Series title continues, we count down the Top 10 Songs for the MLB Playoffs. [Loudwire]

Will the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame right past snubs? Newly announced nominees like Rush, Heart, Deep Purple, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, and Procol Harum certainly hope so. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

Now that Geoff Tate has moved on from Queensryche, check out his new lyric video for his solo track, ‘Dark Money.’ [Rock Music Report]

You know, there are actually more instruments that drums, guitar, keyboards, and bass! Check out which acts used a vacuum cleaner, a didgeridoo, and a melodica in the 10 Weird Instruments Heard in Rock Songs list. []

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