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Tool – Parabola
Jan 25, 2010
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This song was intended to be Bon Scotts Back in Black (Bon Scott was actually the second singer for ac/Dc but he was the singer that got them famous), Bon wrote most of ac/Dc's songs. Bon had struggled with depression and he was a huge rebel. He had a very bad reputation for starting fights and destruction of preperty and a bit of rioting. He was most definitely a crowd mover. Bon had actually written this song but he died before they could refine the sound and make an official recording of it. That's when Brian Johnson came in and became their new singer. Back in Black was and still is their most famous album. Amazing song and album!
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Musiclover655 you're taking this too close to heart, personally I like to leave out the politics and the meanings of things and just go on listening to stuff if I like it. But this song is about drug use, and you know drug use pulls you in and its hard to escape its grasp (the members of Metallica have been in and out of rehab, its simple). It feels good to do drugs at first, makes you feel free, but its an illusion because your body builds up a resistence to it, and you start using more to get the original feeling you had, then you crave it more and more and soon its the only thing in life that matters. Drug use also shortens your life span, killing you faster. See my point? Its about the struggles of drug use and how you are its puppet and how it rules you.
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Saw ac/Dc play this live Nov. 2 at American Airlines, the best concert I have ever been to! When it comes to classic rock, or even rock in general, there is no other to me but ac/Dc. I think that without ac/Dc rock would not have been what it is today, they changed the sound of music and with this new album they still remain to be changing it!
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