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Redlands, California
May 19, 2017 5:30pm CST
Sad But True. Enter it and it comes up Metallica, and not Transplants. Sorry Metallica. while your song is good there is a better version and not a copy. You just happen to be more famous and sure expecting a hefty paycheck. A paycheck is fine, but do you really deserve that much? I bet Transplants take Pennies on the dollar compared to your Sad but True. That is fine popularity wins every time. One thing I have on my side is history, it wins every time. People respect it and guarantee they will respect the Transplants Sad but True more than yours. Is this a pop shot at Metallica? Maybe, they made it about money and that is a no no in my book. Sad, but true.
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@spiderdust (5994)
• San Jose, California
19 May 17
Is this what you're looking for?
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• Redlands, California
20 May 17
I love you, want to get married? Just kidding, but awesome to see some intuitive. I did my job right is what that tells me. Indeed was what I was looking for only to be disappointed that I had to type in Transplants. Not a lazy thing but more a reality check.
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• San Jose, California
20 May 17
@crossbones27 I'm terribly flattered, but already getting married. In fact, just got the ring a few days ago!
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• Redlands, California
21 May 17
@spiderdust Congrats
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@jstory07 (65915)
• Roseburg, Oregon
19 May 17
Everything is always about money sad but true.
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• Redlands, California
19 May 17
So sad and true.
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@Essjayd (1620)
19 May 17
Transplants rank way above Metallica in my book!
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• Redlands, California
19 May 17
I think also. Metallica put out way more music in the sense of the band Transplants as a whole and while a lot of music of Transplants is hit or miss. Their songs had way more of an impact on me than Metallica did or ever will do. They just do not have the right mindset for me. They do rock, but virtually offer nothing in return other than rage,
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@Essjayd (1620)
19 May 17
@crossbones27 I feel Metallica are more brand than band these days. Anything from a 1100 quid Master of puppets guitar to a £5000 pinball machine tells me that it's all about the money not the music! I was never really into their music. I like a couple of their songs but I wouldn't go out of my way to listen to them or go to a gig.
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• Redlands, California
19 May 17
@Essjayd Yeah , clearly a band that has lost their way and not that their talent is diminished, but maybe with how they look at life. Sad but true and think I am liking saying that to much.
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@teamfreak16 (40848)
• Colorado Springs, Colorado
20 May 17
As great as Metallica is, they made it all about the money long ago.
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• Redlands, California
20 May 17
Indeed they did.
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• San Jose, California
20 May 17
I used to be a big fan, but when they made that huge deal over Napster, they kind of lost my respect.
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@teamfreak16 (40848)
• Colorado Springs, Colorado
20 May 17
@spiderdust - It's not like they aren't already making money hand over fist. Every band I ever downloaded off Napster had already made money from me.
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@rebelann (39549)
• El Paso, Texas
19 May 17
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So I keyed in YouTube and got this:
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@rebelann (39549)
• El Paso, Texas
20 May 17
@crossbones27 I thought you said you keyed in YouTube and got Metallica?? Or Translplants??
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• Redlands, California
21 May 17
@rebelann No, keyed in Sad but True on You Tube and it came on up Metallica first.
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@rebelann (39549)
• El Paso, Texas
21 May 17
oh good grief @crossbones27 I really got that wrong,
• Banks, Oregon
19 May 17
The Transplants now that takes me back, my ex boyfriend was obsessed with them!! I must admit i had not a clue of them till i met him, but they are definitely one of those bands people would probably like if given the chance, i mean Travis Barker on Drums, members of Rancid, what's not to like?
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• Redlands, California
19 May 17
Awesome, glad to hear such a sneaky thing in a good way. I like when music does that to people. Cannot be forgotten that way and also not forced but learned. That is is how everything should be.
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• San Jose, California
20 May 17
Wow, they're another Tim Armstrong project? I had no idea!
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• Redlands, California
21 May 17
@spiderdust He has had a lot of pet projects over the Years. He helped so many artists along the way. Some of them did not really need him, other than elevating their music to the next level. Jimmy Cliff, and Pink come to mind on that. Both won Grammies along with Tim Armstrong.