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Jump In The Fire - Metallica - Garage Days Pt. II (CD)

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It was released as the second single from their eponymous fifth album Metallica also known as The Black Album. Though one of the slower tracks on the album, its chord progression is distinctly one of the heaviest ballads featured on the album.

The song deals with the theme of the struggle of the individual against the efforts of those who would subjugate him. Lars Ulrich explained that the band wanted to try something new with the idea of a ballad.

Instead of the standard melodic verse and heavy chorus — as evidenced on their previous ballads " Fade to Black ", "Welcome Home Sanitarium " and " One " — the band opted to reverse the dynamic, with heavy, distorted verses and a softer, melodic chorus, played with undistorted electric and acoustic guitars. The opening section contains percussive instruments performed by Ulrich, and also a small amount of keyboards.

The horn intro was essentially taken from The Unforgiven a Western movie and then reversed so its source would be hidden, as Hetfield later explained on the documentary Classic Albums: Metallica - Metallica. It was played again on the Madly in Anger with the World Tour in and and has been continued to be played during all of the bands' tours since. The live version of "The Unforgiven" includes a second solo near the end of the song Jump In The Fire - Metallica - Garage Days Pt.

II (CD) the original recording did not have, although this part has rarely been played since the early s. An accompanying video was released for the song. The black-and-white video is themed around a boy born in captivity who spends his life in a windowless stone room. As the video progress, he ages into an adult and then an old man.

He spends his entire life carving into the stone to create a window while occasionally grasping his one possession: a locket.

It is implied that another captive lives on the other side of the stone room. The video ends with the old man finally creating a window, through which he deposits his possession.

He blocks off the tunnel through which he crawled to access the cell using the square of stone he created when he made the window, then lies down to die.

An long, "theatrical" version of the video exists, featuring several minutes of introductory scenes that precede the timeline of the main portion of the video. This version was featured on The Videos —the band's music video compilation. The chord progression during the verses is strikingly similar to the one used in the chorus on "The Unforgiven".

It's somehow connected to the [remaining] body music of the album. Stephen Thomas Erlewine from AllMusic in his review of the album, described the song as having "symphonic tension". A live version was performed for the first time on April 14,in OsloNorwayand only played a few times afterwards with the last performance being on November 21, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved June 12, Retrieved March 29, Otava Publishing Company Ltd.

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