FFF

Album: Cryptic Writings (1997)
  • This song states that you have to fight for what you want. The title stands for Fight For Freedom. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Cory - Calgary, Canada
  • The original version had different lyrics and was titled "Bullprick." It was supposed to be released as the B-side of "A Tout Le Monde." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Cody - Chicopee, MA

Comments: 2

  • Cillian from Cork, IrelandThe main riff in this song is very similar to the one of Motorbreath.
  • Jeff from Vancouver, CanadaI hate Megadeath but I saw "FFF" and thought "Hmm...Only a tired-ass old-man band like them would think that is subtle and remotely cool. Thus; the 6th letter of the alphabet is [you guessed it...] 'F'.

    How predictable.
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