In the Eighties — when big hair and small ideas dominated heavy metal — Metallica's blend of brains and brawn gave the genre a much-needed charge. As their career wore on, the band’s lyrics took on war, censorship, and other political issues metal didn’t typically address, and the group sharpened their focus as songwriters, with singles like the horror-movie stomper “Enter Sandman” becoming huge rock anthems.

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