Breadfan

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"Breadfan"
Song by Budgie from the album Never Turn Your Back on a Friend
Released June 1973
Genre Heavy metal
Length 6:10
Label MCA
Writer Tony Bourge / Ray Phillips / Burke Shelley
Producer Budgie

"Breadfan" is a heavy metal song originally recorded by Budgie, appearing on their 1973 album Never Turn Your Back on a Friend.[1] The title refers to having a love of money, bread being slang for money. It was also featured in the video game Brütal Legend and its introduction used in a Brazilian sports TV news Globo Esporte.

Metallica version[edit]

Metallica released a version of the song in September 1988 as a B-side to their "Eye of the Beholder" single. It was later included on their 1998 album Garage Inc., and was also used as an encore during their 1988-1989 tour supporting their ...And Justice for All album.[2] A live video version is present on the Live Shit: Binge & Purge boxed set, taken from their Seattle concerts on August 29 and 30, 1989 where it was performed in the second encore. It was also played with frequency during the Madly In Anger with the World and World Magnetic Tours. A short clip of "Breadfan" is played at the beginning of the "Whiskey in the Jar" music video.

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