Imagine if they did an experiment where they crossed a tennis player with a drummer. I can’t help but think the drums might suffer.
Regardless of technical ability, this album helped steer metal into the mainstream – stripped down compositions and far more palatable, commercial fare than prior efforts. ‘…And Justice for All’s cover featured a violated Lady Justice covered in money. Not sure of the crossover appeal, lads.
This song specifically set the Freddie Mercury tribute concert alight and after that there was no looking back.
If you’ve ever suffered from insomnia, the design may make sense to you. If you haven’t, I envy you.