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Preceded by ''Music/{{Believe}}'', succeded by ''Indestructible''.

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Preceded by ''Music/{{Believe}}'', succeded by ''Indestructible''.''Music/{{Indestructible}}''.


* PleaseDontLeaveMe: "Stricken" is about a person who came into the narrator's life, bringing nothing but problems. The narrator stuck by them despite it, but they ultimately left without explanation. The narrator seemed to be in love with the person, but is conflicted on whether he wants them back, or can let them go.

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* PleaseDontLeaveMe: "Stricken" is about a person who came into the narrator's life, bringing nothing but problems. The narrator stuck by them despite it, but they ultimately left without explanation. The narrator seemed to be in love with the person, but is conflicted on whether he wants them back, or can song where the narrator switches between lamenting all the problems someone caused him, "I am crippled by all that you've done," and begging that person not to leave, "I can't let them go.you go!"

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* PleaseDontLeaveMe: "Stricken" is about a person who came into the narrator's life, bringing nothing but problems. The narrator stuck by them despite it, but they ultimately left without explanation. The narrator seemed to be in love with the person, but is conflicted on whether he wants them back, or can let them go.


* SpokenWordInMusic: "Deify" starts with clips of one [[UsefulNotes/GeorgeWBush pro-Bush]] source, one comment on a repressive government, then clips of Bush himself from his 9/11 speech.



* VoiceClipSong: "Deify" starts with clips of one [[UsefulNotes/GeorgeWBush pro-Bush]] source, one comment on a repressive government, then clips of Bush himself from his 9/11 speech.
* WarIsHell: Several of the songs on this album take a dim and pessimistic view of war such as "Overburdened" and "Sacred Lie."

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* VoiceClipSong: "Deify" starts with clips of one [[UsefulNotes/GeorgeWBush pro-Bush]] source, one comment on a repressive government, then clips of Bush himself from his 9/11 speech.
* WarIsHell: Several of the songs on this album take a dim and pessimistic view of war such as "Overburdened" and "Sacred Lie."Lie" depict horrors of war.


* TautologicalTemplar: In "Overburdened," Hell is [[TitleDrop overburdened]] with {{Knight Templar}}s [[ObliviouslyEvil who don't understand why they are being sent there.]] The narrator has a HeelRealization mid verse though.

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* TautologicalTemplar: In "Overburdened," Hell is [[TitleDrop overburdened]] with {{Knight Templar}}s [[ObliviouslyEvil who don't understand why they are being sent there.]] The narrator has of "Overburdened" finds himself in Hell in the afterlife and wonders, "How was I considered evil?" and "How have I been so determined malign?" Then in the second verse, he says, "I was fighting for a reason / Holy blessed homicide." He undergoes a HeelRealization mid verse right there though.


* AGodAmI: Invoked and outright defied in "Deify" which is about standing against this type of mindset.

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* AGodAmI: Invoked and outright defied in "Deify" which is about standing against this type of mindset.



* BilingualBonus: Draiman will sometimes slip Hebrew phrases into some of his works, such as "Tefached" in the bridge of Stupify, and "Elochai / Bury me tonight" in Pain Redefined. These translate to "Be afraid" and "My God" respectively.

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* BilingualBonus: Draiman will sometimes slip slips Hebrew phrases into some of his works, such as "Tefached" works. "Elochai" in the bridge of Stupify, and "Elochai / Bury me tonight" in Pain Redefined. These translate "Pain Redefined" translates to "Be afraid" and "My God" respectively.God."

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* TitleTrack: The very first song shares its title with the album.

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* FistPump: The album's title, the TitleTrack, and the cover show a crowd with their fists in the air and are all "Meant to signify unity and strength, the kind of elation and power that can be felt at a momentous rock show," per Draiman's words.


Lyrically and musically, not much has changed from previous works, though Ten Thousand Fists is a bit more political than either ''The Sickness'' or ''Believe'' and has social commentary and references to politicians in many of its songs. It was the second album by the band to debut at number 1 on the Billboard 200 and spawned the singles "Stricken", "Just Stop", "Land of Confusion", "Ten Thousand Fists" and "Guarded."

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Lyrically and musically, not much has changed from previous works, though Ten Thousand Fists is a bit more political than either ''The Sickness'' or ''Believe'' and has social commentary and references to politicians in many of its songs. It was the second album by the band to debut at number 1 on the Billboard 200 and spawned the singles "Stricken", "Just Stop", "Land "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3moLkjvhEu0 Stricken]]," "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WReGK97VdgQ Just Stop]]," "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YV4oYkIeGJc Land of Confusion", "Ten Confusion]]," "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JyxBiUbCP8E Ten Thousand Fists" Fists]]," and "Guarded.""[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcn3anBsFjc Guarded]]"[[note]]Technically a promotional single[[/note]].

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Preceded by ''Music/{{Believe}}'', succeded by ''Indestructible''.
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* BilingualBonus: Draiman will sometimes slip Hebrew phrases into some of his works, such as "Tefached" in the bridge of Stupify, and "Elochai / Bury me tonight" in Pain Redefined. These translate to "Be afraid" and "My God" respectively.


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* VoiceClipSong: "Deify" starts with clips of one [[UsefulNotes/GeorgeWBush pro-Bush]] source, one comment on a repressive government, then clips of Bush himself from his 9/11 speech.


* CoverVersion: To Music/{{Genesis}}' "[[Music/InvisibleTouch Land of Confusion]]".

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* CoverDrop: The TitleTrack drops the cover in every chorus:
-->You will remember the night you were struck by\\
The sight of ten thousand fists in the air!
* CoverVersion: To The album includes their version of Music/{{Genesis}}' "[[Music/InvisibleTouch Land of Confusion]]".


Ten Thousand Fists is the third studio album to be released by Disturbed and contains many firsts for the Chicago heavy metal group. It's the first album to feature new bassist John Moyer who replaced Steve "Fuzz" Kmak from the two previous albums. It's also the first album to feature Disturbed's grinning {{Mascot}} The Guy on the front cover, who would later become an iconic part of the band and has appeared on most of the covers of their subsequent albums.

Lyrically and musically not much has changed from previous works, though Ten Thousand Fists is a bit more political than either The Sickness or Believe and has social commentary and references to politicians in many of its songs. It was the second album by the band to debut at number 1 on the Billboard 200 and spawned the singles "Stricken", "Just Stop", "Land of Confusion", "Ten Thousand Fists" and "Guarded."

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Ten ''Ten Thousand Fists Fists'' is the third studio album to be released by Disturbed Music/{{Disturbed}} and contains many firsts for the Chicago heavy metal group. It's the first album to feature new bassist John Moyer who replaced Steve "Fuzz" Kmak from the two previous albums. It's also the first album to feature Disturbed's grinning {{Mascot}} The Guy on the front cover, who would later become an iconic part of the band and has appeared on most of the covers of their subsequent albums.

Lyrically and musically musically, not much has changed from previous works, though Ten Thousand Fists is a bit more political than either The Sickness ''The Sickness'' or Believe ''Believe'' and has social commentary and references to politicians in many of its songs. It was the second album by the band to debut at number 1 on the Billboard 200 and spawned the singles "Stricken", "Just Stop", "Land of Confusion", "Ten Thousand Fists" and "Guarded."

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* CoverVersion: To Music/{{Genesis}}' "[[Music/InvisibleTouch Land of Confusion]]".

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[[caption-width-right:350:You will remember the night you were struck by the sight of / Ten thousand fists in the air!]]

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