SAT500: Best MC of All Time

A hippidy-hop, I love the raps. Milo. Abdominal NOT ENOUGH PEOPLE LOVE THIS GUY. That's evident from the fact that if you Google him, you get a load of pictures of hunky stomachs -- eurgh. Regardless of this, this Canadian-native is always entertaining, always on-point and consistently both engaging and ridiculously talented. His friendly, approachable…Read more SAT500: Best MC of All Time

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MMM: #3 Bulls On Parade – Rage Against The Machine

Milo here. *RETROSPECTIVE MILO HERE. THIS IS THE LONGEST MMM TO DATE, NOT REVIEW LENGTH, BUT LONGER THAN USUAL. IT IS FLIPPIN' GOOD THOUGH.* I'm back, guys, but I'm still here wit' ya MMMs -- milking that cow dryyyyyyyyy... Today, we're looking at the highest ranking song of the MMMs so far. My undisputed 3rd…Read more MMM: #3 Bulls On Parade – Rage Against The Machine

RANKED: Rage Against the Machine Albums – Reuben

Yo, this be Reuben. I've never been a massive hip-hop fan, per say, and I often find rap plain annoying. But for some dang reason, Rage Against the Machine just got it right. So right, in fact, that they've got a staple place in my Top Ten Bands. Rage were awesome. The incredible rock quartet…Read more RANKED: Rage Against the Machine Albums – Reuben

I’m Also Doing a Top Ten Bands Redux – Reuben

Ayt? Yup, Milo did his oddly named Top Ten Bands Redux, so I thought I might as well do one myself. And NOT just cuz, cuz my opinions have changed. Now, prepare for a badly written, biased and gushing top ten bands -- again. 10. Primus I'm sorry, but I couldn't not mention Primus. They're…Read more I’m Also Doing a Top Ten Bands Redux – Reuben

Rage Against the Machine – Evil Empire (1996) Review

I'd prefer a nice empire. Oh boy. Rage Against the Machine. They're the best. Well, maybe not the best; but one of the best. Rap, metal and rock all in one insane riff-filled package: that is Rage Against the Machine's music. This, Evil Empire, is the album that properly got me into them; as before…Read more Rage Against the Machine – Evil Empire (1996) Review