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Metallica

Seek And Destroy

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“Jump in the Fire” is a song by American heavy metal band Metallica. It is the fourth track and second single from their 1983 debut album, Kill ‘Em All. The single was accompanied by fake live performances of “Phantom Lord” and “Seek and Destroy,“ which were alternate studio recordings with sounds of a crowd overdubbed in. Alongside “Hit the Lights,“ “Jump in the Fire” is one of Metallica’s first original songs, having been included on Ron McGovney’s ‘82 Garage demo, an unreleased recording. The original lyrics, which dealt with sex, were penned by Dave Mustaine. However, much like the events surrounding “The Four Horsemen,“ new lyrics were written by James Hetfield upon Mustaine’s departure from Metallica. These new lyrics revolve around people being... Read on...

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Most votes come from United States, Spain, Chile, Brazil, Bulgaria, Iceland, Greece, France, Paraguay, and Belgium.

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More songs by Metallica (See Charts): Frantic, The Unnamed Feeling, The House Jack Built, The End Of The Line, The Four Horsemen, Whiplash, The God That Failed, That Was Just Your Life, All Nightmare Long, and Broken, Beat & Scarred.

Popular in Metal (See Charts): One, Enter Sandman, Paranoid, Ghost Love Score, Emerald Sword, Wisdom Of The Kings, Phantom Of The Opera, Stargazer, Lateralus, and Unholy Confessions.

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