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Miley Cyrus’s Metallica Covers Album Features Elton John

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  1. Melody Bot

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    Miley Cyrus again teased her Metallica tribute album she’s been working on:

    ”I did a Metallica cover of ‘Nothing Else Matters’ featuring Elton John on piano. I’ve got Yo-Yo Ma, Chad Smith; so many all-stars. I’m so excited about this collaboration. I’m really stoked. I love when ingredients don’t quite fit,” said the 28-year-old.


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  2. Ska Senanake


    Color me intrigued.
  3. riotspray

    Trusted Prestigious

    an entire album of Metallica covers? hmmm
  4. bradsonemanband

    Prestigious Supporter

    odd. but i'm down.
  5. Tata Toothy


    I’m not typically a fan of Miley Cyrus, but I’m oddly intrigued by this. I think she’s going surprise a lot of people.
  6. web250

    I'll change this eventually Prestigious

    Totally down for this if only because it'll make a lot of awful metal fans really upset.
    Anthony Brooks and josh.hofer like this.
  7. invaderphantom


    Genius idea. Wearing Metallica shirts (especially "Ride the Lightning" ones) is seen as pretty cool by young people at the moment. Listening to actual Metallica isn't very cool though. But listening to Miley Cyrus is cool. So a Miley Cyrus album with Metallica songs (and more importantly, Metallica's aesthetic) could be seen as really cool. I think.

    Anyway, this is definitely going to make zoomers listen to Metallica songs. Which is a good thing. Right?
  8. Former Planets

    Aaaachem! Supporter

    Never really seen the appeal. I get they are pioneers but neither classic nor 90’s heyday nor late-era Metallica has ever made my ears happy.