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Bulls on Parade

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Bulls on Parade" is a song by American rap metal band Rage Against the Machine from their 1996 album Evil Empire.

The song is widely known for its popular guitar solo containing a vinyl scratch effect used by Tom Morello, done by toggling between two pickups--one on and one off--while rubbing his hands on the strings over the pickups to create the effect that someone is scratching a vinyl disc. Morello has stated that the sound he was going for was a "sort of 'Geto Boys' sound, menacing"[4] with E♭ tuning in both guitar and bass and a wah-wah pedal fully in the treble position to create a Houston 5th Ward gangland-style riff.

Live performances

"Bulls on Parade" made its live debut on January 25, 1996, at the Big Day Out festival in Sydney, Australia. The track then made its international debut on Saturday Night Live in April 1996. Rage Against The Machine was going to play two songs, but as they hung inverted American flags from their amplifiers, they were expelled from the building after finishing the first song.[5]

At various shows, the band has dedicated the song to Tony Blair.

After breaking up in late 2000, the three instrumentalists of Rage Against the Machine formed the band Audioslave with vocalist Chris Cornell. During their 2005 Out of Exile tour, the band played an instrumental version of Bulls on Parade, followed immediately by Sleep Now in the Fire with Chris Cornell.

The song was covered at the 2009 Electric Proms by UK Grime artist, Dizzee Rascal.

When first recorded in the studio, the guitar and bass was originally tuned down a half step, but during live performances they are played in standard tuning.

Music video

The video for "Bulls on Parade", directed by Peter Christopherson and produced by Fiz Oliver at Squeak Pictures, premiered on MTV's 120 Minutes on April 14, 1996. On July 31, 1996 it was nominated for Best Hard Rock Video in the 1996 MTV Video Music Awards.

The video contains footage from the Sydney Big Day Out (January 25, 1996) and their side show at the Hordern Pavilion in Sydney (January 27, 1996). Throughout the video shots of young people protesting in the streets with political signs, military drills, flags, and other similar images are montaged together. An antique-style film is used which promotes scratches, dust and film grain. Several scenes show people wrapping Evil Empire banners on walls, telephone posts and posting up other propaganda posters designed by Barbara Kruger. There is a scene where a character wearing a black "Libertyville" jacket with a baseball cap is painted by the renowned Phantom Street Artist Joey Krebs who paints his iconoclastic figures on city walls. This is the actual portrait created by the street artist of Tom Morello himself. Various lyrics are flashed on top of these scenes in a scrawled sort of chicken-scratch throughout.

Accolades

In other media

Track listing

  1. Bulls on Parade
  2. Hadda Be Playing on the Jukebox (Live)

Charts

Charts
(1996)
Peak position[9]
Australian Singles Chart 29
Canadian Alternative 30 3
Dutch Singles Chart 46
Finland (Suomen Virallinen lista) 1
French Singles Chart 27
New Zealand Singles Chart 22
Norwegian Singles Chart 4
Swedish Singles Chart 9
Mainstream Rock Tracks 36
Modern Rock Tracks (US) 11
Billboard Hot 100 Airplay (US) 62
Official UK Top 40 8

References

  1. ^ The Ultimate Nineties Alt-Rock Playlist
    The Atlantic. Retrieved 2016-02-22
  2. ^ "30 Best Nu Metal Songs, Ranked". Spin Magazine.
  3. ^ Baker, Jeremy. "Rapper Denzel Curry covers Rage Against The Machine and it is dynamite". Corus Entertainment. Retrieved April 19, 2019.
  4. ^ "Tom Morello Guitar Lessons 03 Bulls On Parade" – via www.youtube.com.
  5. ^ Anon., Saturday Night Live Incident, Public release and distribution. Retrieved November 12, 2007.
  6. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on December 8, 2011. Retrieved December 4, 2011.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  7. ^ Langford, Jackson. "The Entire World Is Losing It Over Denzel Curry's Like A Version". musicfeeds.com.au. Retrieved February 17, 2019.
  8. ^ "Denzel Curry Leaves Us Shook With Blistering Rage Against The Machine Cover For 'Like a Version'". Music Feeds. February 15, 2019.
  9. ^ Australian, Dutch, French, New Zealander, Norwegian and Swedish Singles Charts Lescharts.com(Retrieved December 26, 2007)

External links

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