History Music / Sabaton

10th Jan '17 6:02:51 AM StarSword
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* {{Crossover}}: Joakim Brodén took part in Music/VanCanto's cover of Sabaton's "Primo Victoria".
9th Nov '16 7:40:21 AM dlchen145
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[[caption-width-right:350:{{Badass}} men. Badass music.]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:{{Badass}} [[caption-width-right:350:Badass men. Badass music.]]
4th Nov '16 2:12:54 AM ACW
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*** Also known as [[TabletopGame/Warhammer40000 the Horus Heresy]]. More specifically, Chaos Raptors, Chaos Space Marines with no allegiance to any one Chaos God, who rely on rapid assault tactics and jumppacks to terrorize their enemies. [[WouldHurtAChild And civilians.]] [[CompleteMonster Especially civilians.]]

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*** Also known as [[TabletopGame/Warhammer40000 the Horus Heresy]]. More specifically, Chaos Raptors, Chaos Space Marines with no allegiance to any one Chaos God, who rely on rapid assault tactics and jumppacks to terrorize their enemies. [[WouldHurtAChild And civilians.]] [[CompleteMonster Especially civilians.]]
31st Oct '16 8:30:31 PM IanHopkins
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*** Also known as [[TabletopGame/Warhammer40000 the Horus Heresy]]. More specifically, Chaos Raptors, Chaos Space Marines with no allegiance to any one Chaos God, who rely on rapid assault tactics and jumppacks to terrorize their enemies. [[WouldHurtAChild And civilians.]] [[CompleteMonster Especially civilians.]]
31st Oct '16 5:51:50 AM Mimic1990
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* DeathFromAbove: ''Nuclear Attack'', ''Night Witches'', ''Into the Fire'', and ''Firestorm'', the last of which even drops the trope name:

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* DeathFromAbove: ''Nuclear Attack'', ''Night Witches'', ''Into the Fire'', and ''Firestorm'', the last of which even drops the trope name:


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** Also ''Into the Fire'' has this:
-->''From above the asteroid came and it burned the world below''\\
''Napalm falling from the sky and it leaves no man alive!''
31st Oct '16 4:58:54 AM Mimic1990
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* DeathFromAbove: ''Nuclear Attack'', ''Night Witches'' and ''Firestorm'', the last of which even drops the trope name:

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* DeathFromAbove: ''Nuclear Attack'', ''Night Witches'' Witches'', ''Into the Fire'', and ''Firestorm'', the last of which even drops the trope name:


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** ''7734'' is an abridged retelling of the rise and decline of the metal genre, and also pokes fun at the stereotype of [[SibliminalSeduction hidden Satanic messages in metal songs]].


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* SubliminalSeduction: Parodied in ''7734'' with numerology and backwards lyrics so obvious a child could get them. For one, "7734" itself - type it on a calculator and hold the calculator upside down, you get "hELL". Then there's this: "the last two united and two became one" (3+4=7, so 777) "one hundred eleven / they perished in flame" (777-111=666), and also the line "Do Glatem Live", which backwards is "Evil Metal God."
31st Oct '16 4:46:44 AM Mimic1990
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* AllAreEqualInDeath: ''Lifetime of War''

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* AllAreEqualInDeath: AllAreEqualInDeath:
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''Lifetime of War''


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** ''Cliffs of Gallipoli'' has a similar theme.
-->''There is no enemy''\\
''There is no victory''\\
''Only boys who lost their lives in the sand''
21st Oct '16 5:28:06 PM vn70072
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* SemperFi: Their cover of ''Camouflage'' is about a pair of marines, title drops this trope in the lyrics, and the eponymous Camouflage takes it seriously enough that he plays MysteriousProtector to the song's protagonist [[spoiler: despite having died the night before.]]
20th Oct '16 6:39:56 AM Ramidel
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** "Shiroyama" is about the bravery of the last samurai in the face of this. The Satsuma samurai are outnumbered 60:1 and armed with swords against Imperial guns - the fact that they even survive until dawn is impressive.



* RockBeatsLaser: Both played straight and subverted. In the beginning of ''Rorke's Drift'' the song summarizes how the Zulus destroyed the British forces at the legendary [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Isandlwana Battle of Isandlwana]], but the song in general is about "laser" (The British Empire) holding "rock" (The Zulu) against all odds.

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Both played straight and subverted. In the beginning of ''Rorke's Drift'' the song summarizes how the Zulus destroyed the British forces at the legendary [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Isandlwana Battle of Isandlwana]], but the song in general is about "laser" (The British Empire) holding "rock" (The Zulu) against all odds.
** Defied in "Shiroyama." "It's the nature of time, that the old ways must give in."
19th Oct '16 3:19:33 AM Gray_underscore
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* Tommy Johansson - guitar
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