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Rage Against the Machine perform at the San Jose State Event Center on September 3, 1996 in San Jose California.
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Tom Morello

"It would have to be a Rage Against The Machine show in Moscow in 1996. At this particular show, the front lip of the stage was reserved for all-audience dancing. So we're playing the songs, and kids would climb up on stage, dance, and then be ushered back into the crowd. But one young man was wearing cowboy boots, super tight white underpants and nothing else. And he proceeded to charge back and forth on the stage with his fingers like bull horns. I almost had to stop playing because my guitar tech and I were doubled over with laughter at this kid, who was a little bull on parade"

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