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Old 03-25-2013, 10:07 AM
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Guilty pleasures - best rap/rock song

In news of the leak on Eddie Van Halen/LL cool J track (link below)

http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/news/...ks_online.html

I was thinking what is your favourite/most bareable rap/rock collaboration?

No nu-metal shit (linkin park/limp bizkit) but a 'professional'/established rapper performing a track with guitars in (or featuring a guitarist.

One of the ones I like is run dmc - rock box

Apart from that i do generally hate rap rock songs; cant stand walk this way or bring the noise
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Old 03-25-2013, 10:08 AM
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It's not a guilty pleasure at all - Rage Against The Machine is the best rap/rock/metal band ever and everyone should own all their albums.
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No nu-metal shit (linkin park/limp bizkit) but a 'professional'/established rapper performing a track with guitars in (or featuring a guitarist.
Does 'Stand' by Alice Cooper count?

I don't consider anything I like a guilty pleasure though, so I guess not.
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Well because you said don't I feel this is the best response.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYnFIRc0k6E
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I always liked that rock remix of "It's All About the Benjamins."
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It's not a guilty pleasure at all - Rage Against The Machine is the best rap/rock/metal band ever and everyone should own all their albums.
This. Along with Street Sweeper Social Club & One Day as a Lion (side projects)













Actual answer: Bring the Noise

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Old 03-25-2013, 09:02 PM
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Rap Rock?

Body Count,RATM,Biohazard rule. Of course i love collaborations like Anthax/Public Enemy,Run-DMC/Aerosmith,Ozzy/Ol' Dirty Bastard/DMX,and yes I even loved the Metallica/Ja Rule song.


I liked old skool hip hop obviously like Wu-Tang,Beastie Boys,NWA,Ice-T,Redman,Ol Dirty etc.

But recently im REALLY into new Rap like Odd Future,Death Grips,A$AP Rocky,Shadowrunners,and even Lil B.

No shame at all.
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Rap Rock?

Body Count,RATM,Biohazard rule. Of course i love collaborations like Anthax/Public Enemy,Run-DMC/Aerosmith,Ozzy/Ol' Dirty Bastard/DMX,and yes I even loved the Metallica/Ja Rule song.


I liked old skool hip hop obviously like Wu-Tang,Beastie Boys,NWA,Ice-T,Redman,Ol Dirty etc.

But recently im REALLY into new Rap like Odd Future,Death Grips,A$AP Rocky,Shadowrunners,and even Lil B.

No shame at all.
Do we consider these two rap? Especially Death Grips.
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