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Disposable heroes - Wanna B A freak Album
Electronic
Performer: Disposable heroes
Title: Wanna B A freak
Style: Deep House
Year 2004
Country UK
Label Tight Records
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 757
MP3 size: 1572 mb
FLAC size: 1287 mb
WMA size: 1118 mb
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Disposable heroes - Wanna B A freak Album

Tracklist

1the wait
2Wanna b a freak

Album

Metallica Disposable Heroes Lyrics. from album: Master of Puppets 1986. Bodies fill the fields I see Hungry heroes end No one to play soldier now No one to pretend. Running blind through killing fields Bred to kill them all Victim of what said should be A servant 'til I fall. Soldier boy, made of clay Now an empty shell Twenty one, only son But he served us well. Bred to kill, not to care Do just as we say Finished here, greetings death He's yours to take away. Disposable Heroes is the fifth track on 1986's Master of Puppets, composed by James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, and Kirk Hammett. Keeping with the theme of manipulation and powerlessness, the song is about the drafting system, war, and death, explaining the title Disposable Heroes. The line back to the front is said multiple times in the song. The song is the third longest song in the entire album, after Orion and Master of Puppets. It is also interesting to note that the middle section. From the studio album Master of Puppets, 1986 Lyrics: Bodies fill the fields I see, hungry heroes end No one to play soldier now, no one to Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy was an American hip-hop musical ensemble, active during the early 1990s. The band was formed in 1990 by Michael Franti vocals, production, misc. instruments and Rono Tse drums, percussion, programming, who had been in the Beatnigs. Their first live performance was on 23 August 1991 at the Kennel Club in San Francisco. Metallica - Disposable Heroes. Album: Master Of Puppets. metal heavy metal metallica disposable heroes master of puppets. 1,633 notes. Disposable Heroes is one of the songs where the connection seems most obvious as a soldier looks back on his life, the things hes done, and how hes found himself in the position hes in. disposable heroes metallica metal monday. 10 notes. apparently this is all i wanna hear tonight metallica disposable heroes master of puppets personal. 5 notes. Disposable Heroes Lyrics. Bodies fill the fields I see, hungry heroes end No one to play soldier now, no one to pretend Running blind through killing fields, bred to kill them all Victim of what said should be, a servant 'til I fall. Soldier boy, made of clay, now an empty shell Twenty-one, only son, but he served us well Bred to kill, not to care, do just as we say Finished here, greeting death, he's yours to take away. Back to the front You will do what I say, when I say Back to the front You will die when I say, you must die Back to the front You co. Lyrics to Disposable Heroes. Metallica Artistfacts. Endgame from Va UsaNot bare but wear. Zero from Nowhere, NjThis, along with the Master of Puppets album as a whole, is a masterpiece. Every song is a winner. Def one of if not THE greatest heavy metal albums of all time. Luca from London, Englandyeah this is about soldiers being used as pawns and heroes not being appreciated hence the name but the main theme is the absence of control the soldiers have over there own destiny. Cam from Melbourne, Alawesome song, pure thrash. One of metallicas most underrated. Disposable Heroes, Temecula, California. Disposable Heroes Airsoft Team. Disposable Heroes official tab. by Metallica. Tuning: E A D G B E. Key: Em. Get access to Pro version of Disposable Heroes Ultimate Guitar Pro is a premium guitar tab service, available on PC, Mac, iOS and Android. Try for free. Please rate this tab. Disposable Heroes is the fifth track of Metallica's 1986 album Master of Puppets. The song, following the control theme, rails against the military and the control it has over its soldiers. The soldier himself narrates the song during the verses and the soldier's superior narrates during the chorus. The song follows a similar musical style as most of the rest of the album, being at a frenetic pace and featuring many riffs and solos by Kirk Hammett. Cover versions include: Swedish melodic death metal band Ceremonial Oath on Metal Militia - A Tribute To Metallica, Compilati read more