Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Sabbra Cadabra . From 'Garage Inc'.
Escape . From 'Ride the Lightening'.
I Disappear . From 'MI:2'.
Eye Of The Beholder . From 'And Justice For All'.
Prince Charming . From 'Reload'.
Seek And Destroy . From 'Kill em All'.
Disposable Heroes . From 'Master of Puppets'.
Trapped Under Ice . From 'Ride the Lightening'.
Whiplash. From "Kill 'em All". The subject matter of the song is a tribute to all their fans that supported Metallica since they started out.
The Four Horsemen. From "Kill 'em all". The lyrics of "The Four Horsemen" are relating to the subject matter of a bible story in the final book of the New Testament in the "Chapter 6 of Revelations" which is called "The Four Horsemen of Apocalypse". The horsemen should spread in each of the four directions to pronounce "The Last Judgment - Doomsday" of the world.
|"You can do it your own way, if it's done just how I say!" Which Metallica song is this?||Metallica Lyrics
Eye of the Beholder. From "...And justice for all". The song is about freedom and it is only as true as you perceive it. It protests against the restricted limit of freedom by the law.
|"The window burns to light the way back home." Which Metallica song is this?||Metallica Lyrics
Hero of the Day. From the album "Load". James wrote this song about some bodies who are looking for heroes in the media and that they are not realizing that those you should be worshiping are the people you come across in everyday life.
Ride the Lightning. On "Ride the Lightning". The lyrics of the song "Ride The Lightning" are written from the perspective of someone who is forthcoming the death by electrocution although he didn't commit the crime.
Fuel. From the album "Reload". It is about the people's desire to drive their car or even their life too fast (for example by taking drugs).
Nothing Else Matters. From "Metallica (The Black Album)". It's about being on the road and missing your girlfriend/wife at home.
Poor Twisted Me. This song is from "Load". The song's demo was named "Untitled".
Fade To Black. From the album "Ride the lightning". It's about losing the will to carry on.
|"You make me smash the clock and feel." Which Metallica song is this?||Metallica Lyrics
The Outlaw Torn. On "Load". James said that this song is about "losing someone to death and longing to find a replacement that never comes"
For Whom the Bell Tolls. From "Ride the lightning". The song "For Whom The Bell Tolls" is about a scene of the Ernest Hemingway novel where - one morning - five soldiers were taking a position on a hill and they get killed by an air-strike.
Leper Messiah. On "Master of Puppets". It is about so called messiahs who make a good profit on other people's faith.
|"Deep down inside I feel to scream!" Which Metallica song is this?||Metallica Lyrics
One. From "...And Justice for All". James Hetfield's reason for writing the lyrics was the thought of being cut off from the outside world just like the main character of Dalton Trumbo's book/movie "Johnny Got His Gun".
|"Kill, it's such a friendly word!" Which Metallica song is this?||Metallica Lyrics
Welcome Home (Sanitarium). From "Master of Puppets". It is about someone who is in a sanitarium. A sanitarium is a mental institution which can be left on a inmate's own will. On the other hand the 'sanitarium' could also be a simile for the society.
Whiplash. "Hotel rooms and motorways this life out here is raw, but we'll never stop we'll never quit cause we're Metallica!"
Ronnie. Ronnie is off of the album, "Load", released in 1996. It is based on a school shooting incident in Washington.
Don't Tread On Me. "Don't Tread On Me" is found on Metallica's self titled album. The song is a patriotic song named after America's founding father's slogan of "Don't Tread On Me."
Carpe Diem Baby. "Carpe Diem Baby" is found on Metallica's seventh album, "Reload." "Reload" was released in 1997. "Carpe Diem" means, "seize the day".