"One" is one of the best-known songs by Metallica.
James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich started in 1987 with the writing of "One". The song is from the album ...From 1988 And Justice For All. "One" was released as a single for the first time in 1989. Among other things thanks to the success in the Top 100 of all time (No. 1 in 1994), the song was again released as a single in 1994. Then became "One" a hit in the Netherlands with retroactive effect. "One" belongs, together with "Nothing Else Matters", "Enter Sandman" and "Master of Puppets", among the most famous songs by Metallica. The song lasts 7 minutes and 24 seconds and "One" is known by the story that is told, as well as by the Kirk Hammett 's guitar solo (the lead guitarist of Metallica). At One became the first video clip of Metallica made, for the most part in black and white. Both the video clip as the song itself going over a mutilated war veteran and the insanity of war. The original film images during the clip show, come from the movie Johnny Got His Gun by Dalton Trumbo.
Chart Positions[Edit][edit | edit source]
|"One" in the Dutch Top 40 - within 30-04-1994|
|"One" in the Dutch Single Top 100 - inside: 30-04-1994|
|Number (s) with markings
in the Radio 2 Top 2000
|' 99||' 00||' 01||' 02||' 03||' 04||' 05||' 06||' 07||' 08||' 09||' 10||' 11||' 12||' 13|
Other charts[Edit][edit | edit source]
The song is a fixture in the ' Top 100 of all tijden'-lists.
- "One" twice won a first place in the Top 100 of all time in 1994 and 1996 respectively.
- "One" is, along with some other famous songs such as "Master of Puppets", in the Radio Donna's Christmas and new year stop to hear at the end of each year. Nothing Else Matters is like every year the highest (usually around the eighth place), followed by "One" that usually just in front of, or behind, "Master of Puppets" is around the 40th à 60th place.
- One State also alternating with the song "Smells Like Teen Spirit" by Nirvana on the first place in the Essential Rock top 100 on TMF
- The third place at the Studio Brussel 's ' Timeless '.