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  1. Faejora

    Metallica: Kill 'Em All On my copy, Hit the lights, phantom lord, seek and destroy and metal militia i think were the ones with that silibance and distortion. And about the download card, it's kbps mp3 ripped on a Mac somewhere and ripped at 16/48 (iTunes ) and has no embedded art work and the track number, year or genre. /5().
  2. Arakora

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the White Cassette release of Kill 'Em All on Discogs/5(18).
  3. Goltisar

    Lyrics. Kill ‘Em All is the debut album by now legendary thrash heroes Metallica, marking their triumphant conquest of the thrash metal scene. The sound of Kill 'Em All is Metallica at their rawest: heavy riffs are played at killer speed, never once slowing down to .
  4. Gusar

    METALLICA - Hit The Lights Lyrics. No life 'til leather Gonna kick some ass tonight Got the metal madness When our fans start screaming ‽It's rightâ€, well alright.
  5. Kegami

    Metallica "Hit The Lights": Hit the lights Hit the lights Hit the lights With all our screaming We are gonna rip right through your brain Submit Corrections. Writer(s): Saloman. AZLyrics. M. Metallica Lyrics. album: "Kill 'Em All" () Hit The Lights. The Four Horsemen. Motorbreath. Jump In The Fire. Whiplash. Phantom Lord. No Remorse.
  6. Sagrel

    Lyrics to Hit The Lights; Metallica Artistfacts; send your comment. Comments: 8. Zero from Nowhere, Nj Not to take anything away from Kirk, but I think 90% of the solos on Kill 'em all were composed by Dave Mustaine. The last solo might have been written by Lloyd Grant (who played on the demo) and Kirk wrote the interlude solo on the Four.
  7. Vikree

    “Hit the Lights” (as we know it) was written in , and is the opening song on the album Kill ‘Em oldies.ladoramoonshaperarashakar.infoinfo the early years “Hit the Lights” was the song to kick off most of their concerts.
  8. Mat

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Kill 'Em All on Discogs/5(7).
  9. Meztisho

    Mar 18,  · I believe this to be the very first pressing. It has the large numbers "1" and "2" next to the tracklist on the labels, and the plain plastic inner sleeve would fit in with other Megaforce releases of the same time period where they didn't come with lyric sleeves right at the beginning of the pressings/5().

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