How do you turn yourself from issue-driven heroes of the apolitical and alternative early 90s into a band relevant to today's music-buying audience? That's a question that obviously hasn't troubled Rage Against the Machine's frontman Zac De La Rocha too much over the past eight years or so. 'If it ain't broke don't fix it' could easily be the title of RATM's third album. But who's to say it wasn't broke to start with?