Talk:Tom Morello

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Sorry for the anon edit, but the criticism section cites a random dude's music blog. Not sure that's an opinion fit for inclusion.

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Image (again)[edit]

FYI, I believe the current picture is slightly misleading- it's a good one, but being of him on an acoustic, should be in the Nightwatchman section. The lede emphasises- correctly, of course- his use of effects on the electric, and the picture should really reflect that. Perhaps with 'Arm the homeless', if possible. But I've looked on Commons and most of the ones of him performing electric are not useful stylistically: head bowed, face unclear, too distant, light dim, etc. So if we could remedy this, that would be great. There is a good 'portrait' here- but, ironically, of course, with no guitar at all! Any thoughts, people? — O Fortuna! Imperatrix mundi. 19:28, 30 March 2017 (UTC)