Tire Me

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"Tire Me"
Song by Rage Against the Machine
from the album Evil Empire
Released April 16, 1996
Genre Alternative metal, rapcore
Length 3:00
Label Epic Records
Composer(s) Tim Commerford, Zack de la Rocha, Tom Morello, Brad Wilk
Lyricist(s) Zack de la Rocha
Producer(s) Brendan O'Brien, Rage Against the Machine

"Tire Me" is the 6th song from the album Evil Empire by Rage Against the Machine. Although "Tire Me" never had a music video, was never released on any media formats, and had no radio airplay, the song won a Grammy Award in 1997 for the Best Metal Performance.[1]

"Tire Me" made its live debut at Cal State in Carson, California on April 29, 1994, with slightly alternate lyrics than the final album version. At the Pinkpop Festival in 1994 before playing the song, Zack De La Rocha said it was written to celebrate the death of Richard Nixon.[citation needed]

The song made an appearance in the 1995 film Higher Learning.


  1. ^ Inc, Nielsen Business Media (1997-03-15). Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc.

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