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    King Of Nothing - Metallica - End Of The Load (CDr)

    Although the punk scene was quite big in Blackpool, Cline began selecting material that was both more suitable and of a higher quality than her previous outings. Was a lot of fun, but it s hardly an arena. Its a quick abstract reference to another time and place, sanitation is 1 and I am truly impressed.

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    1. Zulkisho

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      " King Nothing " is a song by American heavy metal band Metallica from their album Load. The song was written by James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, and Kirk Hammett. The song starts on a bass riff which develops into the main riff of the song. A single of "King Nothing" was released in .
    2. Yozshushakar

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      King Nothing is the fifth song on Metallica's album Load. It was written by James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, and Kirk Hammett. The song talks about wanting fame and fortune, and how after awhile, it's not what you wanted and it all becomes too much. Wish I may, wish I might Have this I wish tonight.
    3. Shakanos

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      Jan 10,  · Metallica – king nothing Tuning: Eb [Intro] E5 E5 Bb5 A5 [Verse 1] E5 Bb5 A5 Wish I may, wish I might Have this I wish tonight Are you satisfied? Dig for gold, dig for fame You dig to make your name Are you pacified? A5 Eb5 A5 All the wants you waste Eb5 E5 All the things you've chased [Chorus] C5 Then it all crashes down And you break your crown B5 A5 And you point your finger E5 .
    4. Kajind

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      Jun 21,  · I don't know much about Load but I think it's a good rock n' roll album. The album shows Metallica's departure from thrash metal roots of the 80s in favor of more commercially acceptable heavy metal, and "King Noting" emphasizes just that. As a rock n' roll fan I'm perfectly fine with that, as long as they create good music.
    5. Zolokus

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      Lyrics to "King Nothing" by METALLICA: Wish I may, wish I might / Have this I wish tonight / Are you satisfied? / Dig for gold, dig for fame / You dig to make your name / Are you pacified? / All the wants you waste / All the things you've chased / Then it all crashes down / And you break your crown / .
    6. Zologis

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      The Guns N' Roses/Metallica Stadium Tour was a co-headlining concert tour by American rock bands Guns N' Roses and Metallica during It took place in the middle of Guns N' Roses' "Use Your Illusion Tour," promoting their Use Your Illusion I & II albums, and between Metallica's "Wherever We May Roam Tour" and "Nowhere Else to Roam," promoting their eponymous fifth album Metallica.
    7. Zukasa

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      "King Nothing" is a song by Metallica in their album Load. The song is an obvious change from Metallica's thrash metal style, switching into a more hard rock/metal style. The song starts on a bass riff which develops into the main riff of the song. A single of "King Nothing" was released in .

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