Destroy: I think I should probably stop pretending to like metal at
all. I mean it's not as if I'm convincing anyone.
― Tom, Thursday, 3 May 2001 00:00 (nineteen years ago) link
Destroy: wasn't it them who waged war first and bigtime on Napster?
― mark s, Thursday, 3 May 2001 00:00 (nineteen years ago) link
― keith, Thursday, 3 May 2001 00:00 (nineteen years ago) link
Seek: "Breadfan", "Whiplash", "Am I Evil?", "Trapped Under Ice",
"Fade to Black", all of Master of Puppets, "One" (my favorite song
when I was 14), "Whiskey In the Jar"
...and Destroy: The Black Album, that symphonic shit
― Kris S., Thursday, 3 May 2001 00:00 (nineteen years ago) link
Destroy - everything they stand for
― K-reg, Friday, 4 May 2001 00:00 (nineteen years ago) link
Search: "Battery," "Damage Inc," "Fade to Black," "Enter Sandman,"
"Turn the Page."
Destroy: ...AND JUSTICE FOR ALL (agree w/ Omar's description, except
the part about it being good).
Resoundingly sexless music (ie. no songs about chicks), the po-faced,
no fun, "males only" aura somewhat off-putting. Relationship to nu-
metal: elder statesman, presumably (not withstanding Napster/Durst
fights). They survived grunge, should survive this. Sold hoooj amount
of CDs in USA in the 90s: over 40 million. Anthrax: no sales, no
influence. Sure, they rapped, wore board shorts, had goatees, knew who
Flavor Flav was, so did Suicidal Tendencies, Faith No More, etc.
Metallica: classic for the albums Cameron Diaz likes (and dud for the
― AP, Saturday, 5 May 2001 00:00 (nineteen years ago) link
search 'whiskey in the jar' and 'turn the page'?
more like destroy with a big, pulverising pole...
― Charlie Howard, Saturday, 9 June 2007 17:41 (thirteen years ago) link
Sure, they rapped
― I am a free. I am not man. A number. (Neanderthal), Tuesday, 19 May 2020 01:13 (one month ago) link