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The Rage Against the Machine guitarist claims the Mitt Romney vice-president pick is clueless about the band because what he's campaigning for is against what they are promoting in their music.
Rage Against the Machine will battle it out with Bon Jovi, Aerosmith and Jeff Beck Band in the Top Group category.
The frontman of the band is planning a series of concerts in July to protest Arizona's controversial state immigration laws and the group reportedly will play one or more of the gigs.
However, the frontman of Rage Against the Machine compared the talent show to junk food, saying 'It tastes good and after the sixth one it tastes like s**t.'
A 200-strong crowd broke through security gates and jumped over fences to enter the free gig which was held at London's Finsbury Park.
The band thank fans for helping their song 'Killing in the Name' rule the chart over Joe McElderry's single by poking fun at Simon Cowell.
BBC's bosses received harsh criticism for letting the band's frontman repeating the explicit lyrics for four times in a live concert.
Rage Against the Machine have invited Susan Boyle on stage following their U.K. Christmas charts' feud with Simon Cowell, saying 'I really hope there are no hard feelings with Simon.'