Come wit it now! It's our official countdown of the 10 Best Rage Against the Machine Songs!

As one of the most revolutionary and innovative rock bands of all time, Rage Against the Machine changed the entire musical landscape with just three original albums and one covers record.

When you listen to RATM's 1992 self-titled album, you can't help but think, "How the hell did they get it SO right?" Huge riffs from Tom Morello, a gigantic rhythm section and the unmistakable rhymes of Zack de la Rocha populate the record, which gets in your face right away with cuts like "Bombtrack," "Wake Up" and "Killing in the Name." Want a casual listen? Too bad, Rage is going to make you think.

Evil Empire came in 1996, taking Rage's simple and explosive approach to the next chapter. Classic like "People of the Sun" and "Bulls on Parade" came with it, and the sonic statements were succeeded by The Battle of Los Angeles in 1999. Anyone with their ears open heard "Guerrilla Radio" bumping from cars, TVs and record stores absolutely everywhere, with the album producing further classics such as "Testify" and "Calm Like a Bomb."

Get ready for Rage Against the Machine and our picks for the legendary act's 10 Best Songs.

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