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Metallica - Orion [8D TUNE]


Half the time, the fanbase for Fleetwood Mac seemed to only focus on their romantic relationships. Even though albums like Rumours revealed three distinct songwriters operating at the height of their powers, the main draws were the fact that these songs were being used as weapons against other members of the band. While fans could cut the tension between Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks with a knife, Christine McVie was always in the back writing perfect pop tunes.




Metallica - Orion [8D TUNE]


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On 16 April 2014, in response to earlier reports that the band may be disbanding due to Malcolm Young's illness,[98] Brian Johnson commented that AC/DC were not completely disbanding, stating "We are definitely getting together in May in Vancouver. We're going to pick up guitars, have a plonk and see if anybody has got any tunes or ideas. If anything happens we'll record it." In July 2014, AC/DC announced that they had finished recording their next album and that Malcolm's nephew, Stevie Young, replaced Malcolm in the studio.[99] On 23 September 2014, Alberts Management confirmed that Malcolm had officially departed from the band.[100] Malcolm's last show with the band was on 28 June 2010 in Bilbao, Spain;[101] he died on 18 November 2017 at the age of 64.[102]


For the book Under My Thumb: Songs That Hate Women and the Women Who Love Them, The Guardian arts critic Fiona Sturges contributed an essay evaluating her love for AC/DC. While acknowledging she is a feminist, and that the band's music is problematic for her, she believed it would be "daft, as opposed to damaging", for female listeners if they can understand the band to be "a bunch of archly sex-obsessed idiots with sharp tunes and some seriously killer riffs". In spite of the "unpleasant sneering quality" of "Carry Me Home"'s claims about a woman who "ain't no lady", the "rape fantasy" of "Let Me Put My Love into You", and the generally one-dimensional portrayals of women, Sturges said songs such as "Whole Lotta Rosie" and "You Shook Me All Night Long" demonstrated that the female characters "are also having a good time and are, more often than not, in the driving seat in sexual terms... it's the men who come over as passive and hopeless, awestruck in the presence of sexual partners more experienced and adept than them."[140] 041b061a72


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