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  • Hit the lights is a good album opener, a small taste of whats about to come, The Four Horseman is a Dave Mustaine song, it's good and fits in well, Motorbreath is one of my favorites on the album, Jump in the fire is another song on the album with writing credit going to Mustaine, another one of my favorites on the album

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      Metallica’s debut 1983 album Kill Em All was going to be titled “Metal up your ass” but the record company made them change it before it’s release. This could be Metallica’s most impressive album, technically. The parts are faster then most anything by Metallica, the solos are huge, and the production

      was even good for the bands tight budget. Hit the lights is a good album opener, a small taste of whats about to come, The Four Horseman is a Dave Mustaine song, it’s good and fits in well, Motorbreath is one of my favorites on the album, Jump in the fire ...

      • is another song on the album with writing credit going to Mustaine, another one of my favorites on the album. (Anesthesia) pulling teeth, is an instrumental bass solo by Cliff Burton and an impressive one at that, Whiplash is one of Metallica’s best songs from any album, Phantom Lord is another
        track with credit to Mustaine, No Remorse is impressive but not the best, Seek & Destroy is a really good song, and Metal Militia the fourth track on the album with Dave Mustaine as a writer. A really good album, hard to believe a band so young could create such an impressive album actually.




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