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I just read the thread about HATE songs and in my opinion, most of them are just songs sung by someone who is just pissed off or mad/angry at someone. I was expecting of real HATE in the line of RACISM or anything like that. I am wondering what other controversial topics the hard rock/heavy metal artists have used for their songs. Enough of Satanism - most of them are quite stupid if you can dissect them. And some of the artist just use that for gimmicks (e.g. King Diamond) though some black metal artists are genuine. Any other?

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I guess he is looking specifically for such examples in the Hard Rock and Metal scene, though. 

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Then there's Rammstein - Pussy.
Not gonna post that clip, but I think the song was #1 in Germany or somewhere which is pretty amazing.
They say body doubles in the clip were used for 'most' of the band.

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16 minutes ago, CureTheSane said:

Then there's Rammstein - Pussy.
Not gonna post that clip, but I think the song was #1 in Germany or somewhere which is pretty amazing.
They say body doubles in the clip were used for 'most' of the band.

Post the clip........Pussy. ;)

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This band should be huge,  if not for their lyrics, which indeed sometimes make my stomach in knots. It won't come as a surprise to me, if this ends in my all time favorite  30 albums when I'm done with my ratings.

 

Riffs, licks, breaks and solos  galore to die for, disguised with a veil of pseudo-intellectualism...  

 

Banned from discogs since ever...

 

 https://www.discogs.com/Arghoslent-Galloping-Through-The-Battle-Ruins/release/367783

 

 

 

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Not really sure how a list like this can be complete without Lizzy Borden

(and Im not even sure the song below is the best example....)

I see that you're all alone 
I've got the need to follow you home 
I'd like to be the shadow who stalks 
I'll lash out send your nerves into shock 

You turn and stare you feel someone there 
A psychopath could be anywhere 
You start to run but you won't go very far 
I'll always know where you are 

I couldn't even see your face 
Excitement builds as I start the chase 

You turn me on when your heart is pounding 
It's ecstasy when I hear you scream 
I flash a knife to your paralyzed eyes 
And only I will watch you die 
Psychopath - on the loose 
I know where you are at, got something for you 
Psychopath - I got a blade 
Cut you just like that, I wanna play 

Psychopath - out on the street 
Quiet as a cat, I'd love to meet you 
Psychopath - I'll have my way 
Give ya forty whacks, I wanna play

 

 

 

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On ‎2018‎-‎01‎-‎18 at 11:44 AM, All Nights Reserved said:

 

Oh yeah. Especially at these times - this is VERY controversial. Speak English or Die (the song), too is another one.  What a way to incite more hate to non English speaking immigrants in the States. But I just cannot just pass through Pre-Menstrual Princess Blues.

With Mr. Tinkertrain, yeah but you know a lot of rock stars especially in the 70s who have done this. Ted Nugent, Steven Tyler, Jimmy Page and the list goes on - who have seduced under aged girls. Even have the lawful custody of them to join them on tour.

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Anything by Body Count and/or The Mentors 

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