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Metallica - One
Live At Reading Festival - ‘97 

hear-the-silence-so-loud:

I fucking love this

hear-the-silence-so-loud:

I fucking love this

frightening-dream:

You want my moneyYou take my space

frightening-dream:

You want my money
You take my space


There’s no better feeling than being at a concert.
You’ve got that unanimous feeling of belonging. The feeling that every single person at that show has listened to the same songs by the same band as you and are all there for the same reasons. They’ve all been touched by the same harmonies, the same lyrics, and the same messages. Your lives have all been forever changed by those 3-6 people on that stage.
The band performing is the same band you listened to when you were riding to school on the bus, driving down the interstate with your friends, crying yourself to sleep at night, staying up late on the Internet, singing obnoxiously in your house alone, sitting in your room cooling off after a bad day, blasting at a party, etc. They’re the band you go to when you want a good breakdown, when you’re outside at 3am smoking a cigarette, when you need some good inspirational background noise.
Being with all of those people who, though you have no idea who they are, face the same daily issues as you makes you seem less alone in the world. It’s nice. 

There’s no better feeling than being at a concert.

You’ve got that unanimous feeling of belonging. The feeling that every single person at that show has listened to the same songs by the same band as you and are all there for the same reasons. They’ve all been touched by the same harmonies, the same lyrics, and the same messages. Your lives have all been forever changed by those 3-6 people on that stage.

The band performing is the same band you listened to when you were riding to school on the bus, driving down the interstate with your friends, crying yourself to sleep at night, staying up late on the Internet, singing obnoxiously in your house alone, sitting in your room cooling off after a bad day, blasting at a party, etc. They’re the band you go to when you want a good breakdown, when you’re outside at 3am smoking a cigarette, when you need some good inspirational background noise.

Being with all of those people who, though you have no idea who they are, face the same daily issues as you makes you seem less alone in the world. 
It’s nice. 

awkwardponytail:

Happy 21st anniversary to the album Nevermind!