History Music / Sabaton

1st May '16 4:23:32 AM VerMa
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--> ''When they face death they're all alike''
-->''No right or wrong''
-->''Rich or poor''
-->''No matter who they served before''
-->''Good or bad''
-->''They're all the same''
-->''Rest side-by-side now...''

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--> ''When they face death they're all alike''
-->''No
alike''\\
''No
right or wrong''
-->''Rich
wrong''\\
''Rich
or poor''
-->''No
poor''\\
''No
matter who they served before''
-->''Good
before''\\
''Good
or bad''
-->''They're
bad''\\
''They're
all the same''
-->''Rest
same''\\
''Rest
side-by-side now...''



--> ''For their honor!''
--> ''For their glory!''
--> ''For the men that fought and bled!''
--> '''''A soldier from Sweden remembers the dead!'''''

to:

--> -->''For their honor!''\\
''For their honor!''
--> ''For their glory!''
-->
glory!''\\
''For the men that fought and bled!''
-->
bled!''\\
'''''A soldier from Sweden remembers the dead!'''''



** ''Uprising'' has one sentence in Polish - “Warszawo walcz!” which means “Warsaw fight!” (imperative, i.e. commanding the city to fight - which it [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warsaw_Uprising did]].)

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** ''Uprising'' has one sentence in Polish - “Warszawo “Warszawo, walcz!” which means “Warsaw “Warsaw, fight!” (imperative, i.e. commanding (commanding the city to fight - which it [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warsaw_Uprising did]].)



* TheCaligula: UsefulNotes/SaddamHussein in Reign of Terror;

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* TheCaligula: UsefulNotes/SaddamHussein in Reign of Terror;Terror:



-->''Burn! Burn!''
-->''Rage of the heavens,''
-->''Burn! Burn!''
-->''Death from above,''
-->''Die! Die!''
-->''Merciless killing,''
-->''Burn! Burn!''
-->''Death from above.''

to:

-->''Burn! Burn!''
-->''Rage
Burn!''\\
''Rage
of the heavens,''
-->''Burn! Burn!''
-->''Death
heavens,''\\
''Burn! Burn!''\\
''Death
from above,''
-->''Die! Die!''
-->''Merciless killing,''
-->''Burn! Burn!''
-->''Death
above,''\\
''Die! Die!''\\
''Merciless killing,''\\
''Burn! Burn!''\\
''Death
from above.''



-->''Here I am standing, darkness all around''
-->''Thinking of past, taking my last breath, the air is cold as ice''
-->''No one close to hear my voice''
-->''Did not leave me with a choice''
-->''Heaven will you wait for me?''

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-->''Here I am standing, darkness all around''
-->''Thinking
around''\\
''Thinking
of past, taking my last breath, the air is cold as ice''
-->''No
ice''\\
''No
one close to hear my voice''
-->''Did
voice''\\
''Did
not leave me with a choice''
-->''Heaven
choice''\\
''Heaven
will you wait for me?''



-->''I will run, they will hunt me in vain,''
-->''I will hide, they’ll be searching,''
-->''I’ll regroup, [[DefensiveFeintTrap feign retreat]], they’ll pursue,''
-->''Coup de grace, [[ToWinWithoutFighting I will win but never fight]],''
-->''That's the Art of War!''
-->''They will find me no more, I'll be gone,''
-->''I will have them surrounded,''
-->''They will yield without fight, overrun,''
-->''Coup de grace, I will win but never fight,''
-->''That's the Art of War!''

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-->''I will run, they will hunt me in vain,''
-->''I
vain,''\\
''I
will hide, they’ll be searching,''
-->''I’ll
searching,''\\
''I’ll
regroup, [[DefensiveFeintTrap feign retreat]], they’ll pursue,''
-->''Coup
pursue,''\\
''Coup
de grace, [[ToWinWithoutFighting I will win but never fight]],''
-->''That's
fight]],''\\
''That's
the Art of War!''
-->''They
War!''\\
''They
will find me no more, I'll be gone,''
-->''I
gone,''\\
''I
will have them surrounded,''
-->''They
surrounded,''\\
''They
will yield without fight, overrun,''
-->''Coup
overrun,''\\
''Coup
de grace, I will win but never fight,''
-->''That's
fight,''\\
''That's
the Art of War!''



-->''When the war has been won,''
-->''And the march home begins,''
-->''What awaits has not yet been revealed,''
-->''What was won? What was lost?''
-->''Will our deeds be remembered?''
-->''Are they written in stone or in sand?''

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-->''When the war has been won,''
-->''And
won,''\\
''And
the march home begins,''
-->''What
begins,''\\
''What
awaits has not yet been revealed,''
-->''What
revealed,''\\
''What
was won? What was lost?''
-->''Will
lost?''\\
''Will
our deeds be remembered?''
-->''Are
remembered?''\\
''Are
they written in stone or in sand?''



-->''Killed by his own, or by his foes, turned the tide.''
-->''300 years, still no one knows, the secret remains.''

to:

-->''Killed by his own, or by his foes, turned the tide.''
-->''300
''\\
''300
years, still no one knows, the secret remains.''



-->''They are the panzer elite,''
-->''Born to compete,''
-->''Never retreat. (Ghost Division)''
-->''Living or dead,''
-->''Always ahead,''
-->''Fed by your dread.''

to:

-->''They are the panzer elite,''
-->''Born
elite,''\\
''Born
to compete,''
-->''Never
compete,''\\
''Never
retreat. (Ghost Division)''
-->''Living
Division)''\\
''Living
or dead,''
-->''Always ahead,''
-->''Fed
dead,''\\
''Always ahead,''\\
''Fed
by your dread.''



-->''From the underground,''
-->''rose a hope of freedom as a whisper.''
-->''City in despair, but they never lost their faith.''
-->''Women, men and children fight,''
-->''they were dying side by side.''
-->''And the blood they shed upon the streets,''
-->''was a sacrifice willingly paid.''

to:

-->''From the underground,''
-->''rose
underground,''\\
''rose
a hope of freedom as a whisper.''
-->''City
''\\
''City
in despair, but they never lost their faith.''
-->''Women,
''\\
''Women,
men and children fight,''
-->''they
fight,''\\
''they
were dying side by side.''
-->''And
''\\
''And
the blood they shed upon the streets,''
-->''was
streets,''\\
''was
a sacrifice willingly paid.''



-->'''Fly, fighting fair!'''
-->'''It's the code, of the air!'''
-->'''Brothers, Heroes, Foes'''

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-->'''Fly, fighting fair!'''
-->'''It's
fair!'''\\
'''It's
the code, of the air!'''
-->'''Brothers,
air!'''\\
'''Brothers,
Heroes, Foes'''



-->''Listen, excuse for a king. Trust me, this fight you can't win''
-->''Listen, obey my command. Hear me, or die by my hand''
-->''Madness, curse your feeble horde. Fear me, you'll die by my sword''

to:

-->''Listen, excuse for a king. Trust me, this fight you can't win''
-->''Listen,
win''\\
''Listen,
obey my command. Hear me, or die by my hand''
-->''Madness,
hand''\\
''Madness,
curse your feeble horde. Fear me, you'll die by my sword''



-->''We burn, plunder and rape''
-->''Show them no mercy, just burn''

to:

-->''We burn, plunder and rape''
-->''Show
rape''\\
''Show
them no mercy, just burn''



---> ''By Kings and Queens young men are sent to die in war.''
---> ''Their propaganda speaks, their words been heard before...''

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---> ''By --->''By Kings and Queens young men are sent to die in war.''
--->
''\\
''Their propaganda speaks, their words been heard before...''



--> ''[[FallenHero Once blessed by the Light]]''
--> ''[[FallenHero Now serving the Night]]''
--> ''[[CardCarryingVillain And soon cursed by every man on earth]]''

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--> ''[[FallenHero -->''[[FallenHero Once blessed by the Light]]''
-->
Light]]''\\
''[[FallenHero Now serving the Night]]''
-->
Night]]''\\
''[[CardCarryingVillain And soon cursed by every man on earth]]''



-->''Bright, a white light, if there'd be any glory in war''
-->''Let it rest, on men like him, '''who went to hell and came back'''''

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-->''Bright, a white light, if there'd be any glory in war''
-->''Let
war''\\
''Let
it rest, on men like him, '''who went to hell and came back'''''



* YouAreNumberSix: "Inmate 4859", a polish soldier who infiltrated Auschwitz to command an uprising from within and tell the world of the horrors going on there.

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* YouAreNumberSix: "Inmate 4859", a polish Polish soldier who infiltrated Auschwitz to command an uprising from within and tell the world of the horrors going on there.



-->''We were told to hold the border, and that is what we did!''
-->''Honored our orders in despite of our foes!''

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-->''We were told to hold the border, and that is what we did!''
-->''Honored
did!''\\
''Honored
our orders in despite of our foes!''



-->''Soldiers of Poland, second to none\\

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-->''Soldiers -->''No army may enter that land\\
That is protected by Polish hand.\\
[...]\\
Soldiers
of Poland, second to none\\
28th Apr '16 12:33:37 AM Balmung
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** ''Cliffs of Gallipoli'' is about the Gallipoli Campaign, wherein a quarter million members of the ANZAC Corps died trying to open a sea lane to the Russians.

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** ''Cliffs of Gallipoli'' is about a memorial to the soldiers who died in the Gallipoli Campaign, wherein a quarter million members of the ANZAC Corps died on the Ottoman soil trying to open a sea lane to the Russians.Russians, and a similar number of Turks also died fighting them off.



* WasItReallyWorthIt: The point of ''The Price of a Mile'', about the inconclusive [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Passchendaele Passchendaele campaign]] where half a million men died to no purpose.

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* WasItReallyWorthIt: The point of ''The Price of a Mile'', about the inconclusive [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Passchendaele Passchendaele campaign]] where half a million men died to for no purpose.meaningful gains.
27th Apr '16 2:10:36 AM Balmung
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* AFatherToHisMen: King Charles XII is painted this way in some of the later songs in ''Carolus Rex.''

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* AFatherToHisMen: AFatherToHisMen:
**
King Charles XII is painted this way in some of the later songs in ''Carolus Rex.''



* BandOfBrothers: ''Union (Slopes of St. Benedict)'' is more about this than the Battle of Monte Cassino.

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* BandOfBrothers: BandOfBrothers:
**
''Union (Slopes of St. Benedict)'' is more about this than the Battle of Monte Cassino.



* BeingGoodSucks: Most of the heroes from the same-titled album suffered pretty terrible fates in spite of their heroism. Karel Janoušek (''Far From the Fame'') and Witold Pilecki (''Inmate 4859'') were both executed by communist regimes. A theme of the album is also that despite their heroism, their tales are mostly forgotten.

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* BeingGoodSucks: BeingGoodSucks:
**
Most of the heroes from the same-titled album suffered pretty terrible fates in spite of their heroism. Karel Janoušek (''Far From the Fame'') and Witold Pilecki (''Inmate 4859'') were both executed by communist regimes. A theme of the album is also that despite their heroism, their tales are mostly forgotten.



* BilingualBonus: ''Attero Dominatus'' uses four words in Latin. “Attero Dominatus” most likely means “Destroy Tyranny”
** And ''Uprising'' has one sentence in Polish - “Warszawo walcz!” which means “Warsaw fight!” (imperative, i.e. commanding the city to fight - which it [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warsaw_Uprising did]].)

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* BilingualBonus: BilingualBonus:
**
''Attero Dominatus'' uses four words in Latin. “Attero Dominatus” most likely means “Destroy Tyranny”
** And ''Uprising'' has one sentence in Polish - “Warszawo walcz!” which means “Warsaw fight!” (imperative, i.e. commanding the city to fight - which it [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warsaw_Uprising did]].)



** "Gott Mit Uns." It's German for "God With Us," and was used a lot in the Thirty Years War.

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** "Gott Mit Uns." It's German for "God With Us," and was used a lot in the Thirty Years War.War, including as something of a battle cry by the Swedes under Gustavus Adolphus.



* ColdSniper: ''White Death''.
* ConceptAlbum: ''Carolus Rex'' is entirely about the rise and fall of the Swedish Empire from the Thirty Years War to the Great Northern War.

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* ColdSniper: ''White Death''.
Death'', which is about the famous Finnish sniper Simo Hayha.
* ConceptAlbum: ConceptAlbum:
**
''Carolus Rex'' is entirely about the rise and fall of the Swedish Empire from the Thirty Years War to the Great Northern War.



* CurbStompBattle: Some of their songs, notably ''Reign of Terror'' and ''Wolfpack'', are about these.

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* CurbStompBattle: CurbStompBattle:
**
Some of their songs, notably ''Reign of Terror'' and ''Wolfpack'', are about these.describe one side of a battle completely wiping the floor with the other.



* TheGreatestStoryNeverTold: ''A Light in the Black.''

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* TheGreatestStoryNeverTold: TheGreatestStoryNeverTold:
**
''A Light in the Black.''



* HeavyMeta: ''Metal Crüe'', ''Metallizer'', ''Metal Machine'', ''Masters Of The World'', and ''Metal Ripper''.
** ''Metal Crue'' really takes the cake with its lyrics being composed almost entirely of band names.
*** ''Metal Machine'' does the same with song titles, and ''Metal Ripper'' uses lyrics samples!
** Men of War is a tribute to Music/{{Manowar}}. It is [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome extremely awesome]].

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* HeavyMeta: ''Metal Crüe'', ''Metallizer'', ''Metal Machine'', ''Masters Of The World'', and ''Metal Ripper''.
HeavyMeta:
** ''Metal Crue'' really takes the cake with its has lyrics being composed almost entirely of metal band names.
*** ** ''Metal Machine'' does [[SongOfSongTitles has lyrics almost entirely composed of the same with song titles, and titles of other metal songs]]
**
''Metal Ripper'' uses borrows many lyrics samples!
from other metal songs.
** Men of War is a tribute to Music/{{Manowar}}. It is [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome extremely awesome]].



* LaResistance: ''Uprising'' is a song about the Warsaw Uprising, praising Polish resistance.

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* LaResistance: LaResistance:
**
''Uprising'' is a song about the Warsaw Uprising, praising Polish resistance.



* LastStand: ''Hearts of Iron'' is about the German forces of the 12th and 9th Armies, who facing defeat at the hands of the Soviets, created a corridor across the Elbe to protect fleeing refugees and soldiers to escape and surrender to the West rather than face certain death. In the same album, "Smoking Snakes" talks about three Brazilian soldiers [[note]]Arlindo Lúcio da Silva, Geraldo Baeta da Cruz and Geraldo Rodrigues de Souza[[/note]] who, ambushed by Germans, fought until their ammo ran out and died in a bayonet charge.

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* LastStand: LastStand:
**
''Hearts of Iron'' is about the German forces of the 12th and 9th Armies, who facing defeat at the hands of the Soviets, created a corridor across the Elbe to protect fleeing refugees and soldiers to escape and surrender to the West rather than face certain death. death.
**
In the same album, "Smoking Snakes" talks about three Brazilian soldiers [[note]]Arlindo Lúcio da Silva, Geraldo Baeta da Cruz and Geraldo Rodrigues de Souza[[/note]] who, ambushed by Germans, fought until their ammo ran out and died in a bayonet charge.



* LyricalDissonance: ''The Final Solution.'' An awesome metal song... about the horrors of the Holocaust, specifically Auschwitz. The band no longer plays that song live because they found it unsettling to see the audience cheer and headbang along.

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* LyricalDissonance: LyricalDissonance:
**
''The Final Solution.'' An awesome metal song... about the horrors of the Holocaust, specifically Auschwitz. The band no longer plays that song live because they found it unsettling to see the audience cheer and headbang along.



* MoodWhiplash: The album ''Carolus Rex'' goes through this at two points. The first, when after thr triumphant and blood-pumping ''Gott Mit Uns'' we go into the TearJerker ballad ''A Lifetime At War''. The second when after the hopeful tone of ''The Carolean's Prayer'', ''Carolus Rex'' and ''Killing Ground'' we get the fast-paced yet noticeably down-turn ''Poltava'' culminating in ''Long Live the King'' and ''Ruina Imperii'' - mournful cries about the death of Swedish glory. ''Heroes'' has another example with the rather abrupt switch from the blood-pumping ''Smoking Snakes'' to the operatic, grim tale of Witold Pilecki of ''Inmate 4859''.

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* MoodWhiplash: MoodWhiplash:
**
The album ''Carolus Rex'' goes through this at two points. The first, when after thr triumphant and blood-pumping ''Gott Mit Uns'' we go into the TearJerker ballad ''A Lifetime At War''. The second when after the hopeful tone of ''The Carolean's Prayer'', ''Carolus Rex'' and ''Killing Ground'' we get the fast-paced yet noticeably down-turn ''Poltava'' culminating in ''Long Live the King'' and ''Ruina Imperii'' - mournful cries about the death of Swedish glory.
**
''Heroes'' has another example with the rather abrupt switch from the blood-pumping ''Smoking Snakes'' to the operatic, grim tale of Witold Pilecki of ''Inmate 4859''.



* PerspectiveFlip: Most of Carolus Rex is sung from the perspective of the Swedes. However, ''Poltava'' includes some parts that are from the Russians' perspective, and the English version of ''1648'' is from the perspective of the Bohemians. The Swedish version of ''1648'' is from a Swedish perspective, which also makes the two versions {{Perspective Flip}}s of each other.

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* PerspectiveFlip: PerspectiveFlip:
**
Most of Carolus Rex is sung from the perspective of the Swedes. However, ''Poltava'' includes some parts that are from the Russians' perspective, and the English version of ''1648'' is from the perspective of the Bohemians. The Swedish version of ''1648'' is from a Swedish perspective, which also makes the two versions {{Perspective Flip}}s of each other.



* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: The main song of ''Carolus Rex'', is about [[UsefulNotes/CarolusRex King Charles XII of Sweden]] and his role in UsefulNotes/TheGreatNorthernWar.

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* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething:
**
The main song of ''Carolus Rex'', is about [[UsefulNotes/CarolusRex King Charles XII of Sweden]] and his role in UsefulNotes/TheGreatNorthernWar.



* SnowMeansDeath: ''Ruina Imperii'', covering the Carolean Death March and the fall of the Swedish empire.

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* SnowMeansDeath: SnowMeansDeath:
**
''Ruina Imperii'', covering the Carolean Death March and the fall of the Swedish empire.



* SongOfSongTitles: ''Metal Machine'' is so full of Shout-Outs to other bands that it'd probably be quicker to watch this [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvRZxn7e3hc video]] showing what and where they are in the song than to read a full list of them.
** That said, its somewhat fitting that a song about their love of metal also has a direct "fuck you" to Metallica's album St. Anger.

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* SongOfSongTitles: SongOfSongTitles:
**
''Metal Machine'' is so full of Shout-Outs to other bands that it'd probably be quicker to watch this [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvRZxn7e3hc video]] showing what and where they are in the song than to read a full list of them.
** That said, its somewhat fitting that a song about their love of metal also has a direct "fuck you" to Metallica's album St. Anger.
them.



* UpdatedReRelease: [[OverlyLongGag ''Primo Victoria: Re-Armed'', ''Attero Dominatus: Re-Armed'', ''Metalizer: Re-Armed'', ''The Art of War: Re-Armed'']]. Yes, their first ''FOUR'' albums were re-released with cleaner vocals and music.

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* UpdatedReRelease: UpdatedReRelease:
**
[[OverlyLongGag ''Primo Victoria: Re-Armed'', ''Attero Dominatus: Re-Armed'', ''Metalizer: Re-Armed'', ''The Art of War: Re-Armed'']]. Yes, their first ''FOUR'' albums were re-released with cleaner vocals and music.



* VillainSong: More like "Antagonist Song" as the album doesn't paint them as villains: "Carolus Rex" is mostly told from the perspective of the Swedish Empire and its kings, with the [[PerspectiveFlip a notable exception]] in ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4Kl8LXA5ZM Poltava]]'', whose bridges are sung from the perspective of the Russian troops and their Tsar gloating about how they trounced the Swedish Troops at [[TitleDrop Poltava]].

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* VillainSong: VillainSong:
**
More like "Antagonist Song" as the album doesn't paint them as villains: "Carolus Rex" is mostly told from the perspective of the Swedish Empire and its kings, with the [[PerspectiveFlip a notable exception]] in ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4Kl8LXA5ZM Poltava]]'', whose bridges are sung from the perspective of the Russian troops and their Tsar gloating about how they trounced the Swedish Troops at [[TitleDrop Poltava]].



* TheVillainSucksSong: ''In The Name of God'' is one big TheReasonYouSuckSpeech to terrorists. Or religious fanatics in general.

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* TheVillainSucksSong: TheVillainSucksSong:
**
''In The Name of God'' is one big TheReasonYouSuckSpeech to terrorists. Or religious fanatics in general.



* VocalEvolution: If you hear the early albums, Joakim has a much harsher and unpolished (in his own words, a bit amateurish) voice, different from his current more deep, thundering voice.

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* VocalEvolution: VocalEvolution:
**
If you hear the early albums, Joakim has a much harsher and unpolished (in his own words, a bit amateurish) voice, different from his current more deep, thundering voice.



* TheWarOnTerror: "In The Name Of God".

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* TheWarOnTerror: TheWarOnTerror:
**
"In The Name Of God".God", which is a TheVillainSucksSong about religious terrorists.



* TragicVillain: This pretty much sums up the depiction of the Nazis in Sabaton's songs. Starting from ''Rise Of Evil'' to ''The Final Solution'' to ''Hearts Of Iron'', the soldiers of the Third Reich are ultimately shown as men attempting to bring back their country to glory despite committing atrocities all for a delusional vision that brought Germany to flames in the end.

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* TragicVillain: TragicVillain:
**
This pretty much sums up the depiction of the Nazis in Sabaton's songs. Starting from ''Rise Of Evil'' to ''The Final Solution'' to ''Hearts Of Iron'', the soldiers of the Third Reich are ultimately shown as men attempting to bring back their country to glory despite committing atrocities all for a delusional vision that brought Germany to flames in the end.



* WarIsHell: ''Angels Calling'', ''The Price of a Mile'' and ''Cliffs of Gallipoli''.

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* WarIsHell: WarIsHell:
**
''Angels Calling'', Calling'' is about a soldier serving in the trenches in an unspecified battle during World War One who dies in one of the many charges against the enemy trench lines.
**
''The Price of a Mile'' and laments the tragic loss of half a million men to gain six miles of land in the Battle of Passchendaele.
-->''Six miles of ground have been won\\
Half a million men are gone\\
And as the men crawled, the general called\\
And the killing carried on\\
And on\\
What was the purpose of it all?\\
What's the price of a mile?''
**
''Cliffs of Gallipoli''.Gallipoli'' is about the Gallipoli Campaign, wherein a quarter million members of the ANZAC Corps died trying to open a sea lane to the Russians.



* YouShallNotPass: "Resist and Bite", about the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chasseurs_Ardennais Chasseurs Ardennais]] who defended the Belgium border from the German blitzkrieg. Quoth the song:

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* YouShallNotPass: YouShallNotPass:
**
"Resist and Bite", about the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chasseurs_Ardennais Chasseurs Ardennais]] who defended the Belgium border from the German blitzkrieg. Quoth the song:
3rd Apr '16 1:45:01 AM dvorak
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3rd Apr '16 1:39:24 AM dvorak
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** ''Birds of War'' is about five paladins fallen to darkness and scourging a world they once protected.
25th Mar '16 12:58:07 PM Terran117
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* TheDogBitesBack: ''Panzerkampf'' is about the Soviets managing to turn the tide in the Eastern front to their favor against the Nazis and ''Attero Dominatus'' is about them finally taking the enemy in Berlin that caused them so much harm.
2nd Mar '16 1:12:05 PM BlackSunNocturne
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* {{Ghostapo}} - While ''Ghost Division'' is named after the [[SquadNickname actual nickname]] of the 7th Panzer Division, the lyrics of the song give the division a supernatural edge by portraying them as a division of both live and {{undead}} soldiers [[EmotionEater fed by the fear the Nazis generate]].

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* {{Ghostapo}} - {{Ghostapo}}: While ''Ghost Division'' is named after the [[SquadNickname actual nickname]] of the 7th Panzer Division, the lyrics of the song give the division a supernatural edge by portraying them as a division of both live and {{undead}} soldiers [[EmotionEater fed by the fear the Nazis generate]].



* {{Gotterdammerung}}: In the band's cover of Amon Amarth's "Twilight of the Thunder God."

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* {{Gotterdammerung}}: In the band's cover [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cDa7yZeci8 cover]] of Amon Amarth's "Twilight Music/AmonAmarth's ''Twilight of the Thunder God."God''.
1st Feb '16 10:44:49 PM vn70072
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* YouAreinCommandNow: ''Into the Fire'' makes reference to this in a narrative about the general unpleasantness of jungle warfare in Vietnam.
-->''Sarge is down, I'm in charge, Vcs everywhere''

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* YouAreinCommandNow: YouAreInCommandNow: ''Into the Fire'' makes reference to this in a narrative about the general unpleasantness of jungle warfare in Vietnam.
-->''Sarge is down, I'm in charge, Vcs everywhere''[=VCs=] everywhere!''
25th Jan '16 3:11:30 AM Ramidel
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* SympatheticPOV: "Hearts of Iron" shows a more sympathetic side of Nazi Germany: The civilians and PunchClockVillain soldiers present, trying to flee from the horrors of war.

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* SympatheticPOV: "Hearts of Iron" shows a more sympathetic side of Nazi Germany: The civilians and PunchClockVillain soldiers present, trying to flee from the horrors of war. war, while other Wehrmacht soldiers hold open the escape corridor and coordinate the evacuation of Berlin.
24th Jan '16 3:14:09 PM Morgenthaler
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* UsefulNotes/ArabIsraeliConflict: ''Counterstrike'' is about the Six-Day War specifically, also doubles as UsefulNotes/IsraelisWithInfraredMissiles.



* ForcesWithFirepower: Many songs focus on specific armies:
** UsefulNotes/AussiesWithArtillery: ''Cliffs of Gallipoli'' and ''Ballad of the Bull''
** UsefulNotes/BohemiansWithBombers: ''1648'', ''Far from the Fame''
** UsefulNotes/BritsWithBattleships: ''Back In Control''.
** UsefulNotes/BraziliansWithBazookas: ''Smoking Snakes''
** UsefulNotes/FinnsWithFearsomeForests: ''White Death'', ''Soldier of 3 Armies'' and ''Talvisota''.
** UsefulNotes/BelgiansWithBrigades: ''Resist and Bite''[[note]]In the form of the Chasseurs Ardennais[[/note]]
** UsefulNotes/IsraelisWithInfraredMissiles: ''[[UsefulNotes/ArabIsraeliConflict Counterstrike]]''.
** UsefulNotes/KatanasOfTheRisingSun: ''Midway''
** UsefulNotes/NazisWithGnarlyWeapons: ''Ghost Division'', ''Hearts of Iron'', ''Rise of Evil'', ''Soldier of 3 Armies'', ''Wehrmacht'', and ''Wolfpack''.
** UsefulNotes/NorwegiansWithNoAmmo: ''Saboteurs''.
** UsefulNotes/PolesWithPoleaxes: ''40-1'', ''Inmate 4859'', and ''Uprising''.
** UsefulNotes/RedsWithRockets: ''Attero Dominatus'', ''Night Witches'', ''Panzerkampf'', and ''Stalingrad''.
** UsefulNotes/RussiansWithRifles: ''Poltava''
** UsefulNotes/SwedesWithCoolPlanes: ''The Lion From The North'', ''Gott Mitt Uns'', ''The Carolean's Prayer'', ''Carolus Rex'', ''Killing Ground'', ''Long Live The King'', and ''Ruina Imperii''
** UsefulNotes/ThisIsHellas: ''Coat of Arms''.
** UsefulNotes/YanksWithTanks: ''Midway'', ''Panzer Battalion'', ''Screaming Eagles'', ''[[RunningGag Soldier]] [[MeaningfulName of 3 Armies]]'', and ''[[Creator/AudieMurphy To Hell and Back]]''.
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