History WarIsHell / Music

3rd Jul '17 9:44:45 AM wolftickets1969
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70HRcrp9wgc "Out in the Fields"]] by the {{goth rock}} band Mono Inc. is a [[LyricalDissonance deceptively upbeat]] song whose lyrics warn that "No color, religion, flag, or uniform ever stopped a bullet from a gun".

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70HRcrp9wgc "Out in the Fields"]] by the {{goth rock}} band Mono Inc. [[Music/ThinLizzy Gary Moore & Phil Lynott]] is a [[LyricalDissonance deceptively upbeat]] song whose lyrics warn that "No color, religion, flag, or uniform ever stopped a bullet from a gun".
19th Jun '17 8:37:41 PM wolftickets1969
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70HRcrp9wgc "Out in the Fields"]] by the {{goth rock}} band Mono Inc. is a [[LyricalDissonance deceptively upbeat]] song whose lyrics warn that "No color, religion, flag, or uniform ever stopped a bullet from a gun".
17th Jun '17 1:18:43 PM nombretomado
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** ''The Price of a Mile'' (over on the [[Quotes/WarIsHell quotes page]]), about the bitter stupid bloody battles of WW1.

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** ''The Price of a Mile'' (over on the [[Quotes/WarIsHell quotes page]]), about the bitter stupid bloody battles of WW1.UsefulNotes/WorldWarI.
8th Jun '17 11:14:11 AM wolftickets1969
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* Galaxy Hunter's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80JFxqaM1Eg "Kandahar"]] is about a platoon of soldiers fighting UsefulNotes/TheWarOnTerror in Afghanistan.
27th May '17 12:12:20 PM nombretomado
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* Music/BillyJoel's "Goodnight Saigon", about TheVietnamWar, is well known for its realism and the many [[TearJerker hearts it broke.]] To give an example, ''these'' are the opening lines.

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* Music/BillyJoel's "Goodnight Saigon", about TheVietnamWar, UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar, is well known for its realism and the many [[TearJerker hearts it broke.]] To give an example, ''these'' are the opening lines.
13th Apr '17 10:06:36 AM Lyendith
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* Music/AvengedSevenfold has the song "M.I.A." on ''City of Evil'', "Gunslinger" on the self-titled album, "Danger Line" on ''Nightmare'', the title track of ''Hali to the King'' and "Angel"s on ''Music/TheStage''... It's a theme that inspires them apparently.

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* Music/AvengedSevenfold has the song "M.I.A." on ''City of Evil'', "Gunslinger" on the self-titled album, "Danger Line" on ''Nightmare'', the title track of ''Hali ''Hail to the King'' and "Angel"s "Angels" on ''Music/TheStage''... It's a theme that inspires them apparently.
13th Apr '17 10:06:10 AM Lyendith
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* Music/AvengedSevenfold has the song ''M.I.A.''

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* Music/AvengedSevenfold has the song ''M."M.I.A.''" on ''City of Evil'', "Gunslinger" on the self-titled album, "Danger Line" on ''Nightmare'', the title track of ''Hali to the King'' and "Angel"s on ''Music/TheStage''... It's a theme that inspires them apparently.
23rd Feb '17 5:14:26 PM gewunomox
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* The discography of {{Galneryus}} up until 2009 is pretty equally split between this trope and WarIsGlorious. Some of the best for this trope would be "Blame Yourself" and "Stardust."

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* The discography of {{Galneryus}} Music/{{Galneryus}} up until 2009 is pretty equally split between this trope and WarIsGlorious. Some of the best for this trope would be "Blame Yourself" and "Stardust."



* The KaizersOrchestra song "170", about a volunteer soldier (given the number "170" and never referred to by name) who leaves behind his pregnant wife to fight in a war. The song ends as his CO sends him over the top first to check if all is clear, and no response comes. The song "Død manns tango" (Dead Man's Tango) involves a veteran who's been forgotten by the world and paralysed from the waist down: It's possible it's the same person.

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* The KaizersOrchestra Music/KaizersOrchestra song "170", about a volunteer soldier (given the number "170" and never referred to by name) who leaves behind his pregnant wife to fight in a war. The song ends as his CO sends him over the top first to check if all is clear, and no response comes. The song "Død manns tango" (Dead Man's Tango) involves a veteran who's been forgotten by the world and paralysed from the waist down: It's possible it's the same person.



* {{Sabaton}} singing almost entirely about war, uses this trope from time to time. Some notable examples:

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* {{Sabaton}} Music/{{Sabaton}} singing almost entirely about war, uses this trope from time to time. Some notable examples:
7th Feb '17 9:12:14 PM Schroeder1174
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* Music/BillyJoel's "Goodbye Saigon", about the Vietnam war, is well known for its realism and the many [[TearJerker hearts it broke.]] To give an example, ''these'' are the opening lines.

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* Music/BillyJoel's "Goodbye "Goodnight Saigon", about the Vietnam war, TheVietnamWar, is well known for its realism and the many [[TearJerker hearts it broke.]] To give an example, ''these'' are the opening lines.



And we were so gung-hoe to lay down our lives..."''

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And we were so gung-hoe gung-ho to lay down our lives..."''
22nd Jul '16 5:49:08 AM MattStriker
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* Music/{{Kreator}}'s ''Warcurse'' makes it clear what the song is about from the very first lines:
--> Envision World War Two \\
In a land that's ruled by hate and hunger \\
I guide the fading souls \\
As bodies drown in flames
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