Whiplash (Metallica song)

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"Whiplash"
Single by Metallica
from the album Kill 'Em All
B-side "Whiplash" (Neckbrace Remix)
Released August 8, 1983
Format Cassette, Vinyl
Recorded May 10–27, 1983 at Music America Studios, Rochester, New York
Genre Thrash metal, speed metal
Length 4:06
Label Megaforce
Writer(s) James Hetfield / Lars Ulrich
Producer(s) Paul Curcio, Johny Zazula
Metallica singles chronology
"Whiplash"
(1983)
"Jump in the Fire"
(1984)
Music sample

"Whiplash" is a song by American heavy metal band Metallica. It was released as the first single from their debut album, Kill 'Em All. The song has been covered a number of times, most notably by Motörhead whose version won a Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance.[1]

Whiplash was first played in October 23, 1982, and was one of the last songs they wrote for Kill 'Em All.

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Track listing[edit]

US Single
No. Title Length
1. "Jump in the Fire"   4:41
2. "Whiplash" (Special Neckbrace Remix) 4:24
3. "Seek & Destroy" (Live) 7:04
4. "Phantom Lord" (Live) 4:52

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