Extended audience

Originally, Metallica's Nothing Else Matters was not intended to be released. It was a very personal song that lead singer and guitarist James Hetfield wrote in the early 90s for his then-girlfriend, and he would play the song for her over the phone while he was on tour. When drummer Lars Ulrich overheard it, he wanted to release it as a Metallica song. "That was the song that I thought was least Metallica, least likely to ever [be] played by us, the last song anyone would really want to hear. It was a song for myself in my

Spud could become habit

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