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Cover Thursday: Korn (Metallica)- One

Back in 2003, MTV did an ICON tribute to Metallica. Of all the performances of the evening, there was only one performance that really still stood out during that evening, and that was Korn’s version of “One.” Korn has done a bunch of covers over the years and sadly most have fallen flat, but their rendition of “One” is a highlight. Check it out!


Cover Thursday

Plant Seeds of Understanding

After a full day of hearing a sermon about social injustice, singing and hearing songs about it, and then watching a documentary about the problems immigrants to our country face, I felt compelled to ‘do something’, beyond writing my legislators- yet again. 318 more words

Community Building

Here's Your Sign

Occasionally (ok, fairly often) I see problems in our environment, society, political system-you name it- that have obvious origins or solutions. And in case it’s not clearly obvious to you too, I make it my job to point them out. 164 more words

And Justice For All

"...And Justice for All"

“…And Justice for All” (1979)

Arthur Kirkland (played by Al Pacino):
That man is guilty! That man, there, that man is a slime! he is a *slime*! 185 more words


Metallica - And Justice for Jason (AJFA with enhanced Bassline)

There is a long running debate about the bass on the Metallica album And Justice for All… and while you may not have noticed listening to this recording may make it more apparent.   113 more words

You can blame Lars Ulrich for the lack of bass on Metallica's ... And Justice For All

Although Metallica’s 1988 album … And Justice For All was mostly well-received by critics, it has one flaw that’s been cited time and time again by longtime fans: the lack of bass guitar. 490 more words


rbbjr reblogged this on R.B.Bailey Jr and commented:

I read that the bass was lowered as a tribute to Cliff Burton...???

Why lack of bass guitar on Metallica's "And Justice For All" album? It's because Lars didn't want any....

While Metallica is one of my favorite bands, the one thing that I will admit that they are not good with is “sound quality” for their albums. 234 more words