Metal Guru

Album: The Slider (1972)
Charted: 1

Songfacts®:

  • T. Rex lead singer Marc Bolan explained: "It's a festival of life song. I relate 'Metal Guru' to all gods around - someone special, a godhead. I thought how God would be, he'd be all alone without a telephone." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Katie - NSW

Comments: 4

  • Nady from Adelaide, Australia"She'll be wild, ya know a rock and roll child oh yeah" that's me to a T hahahahaha, why the hell isnt Ride a White Swan on the list??? tsk tsk tsk
  • Kenny from Clydebank, Scotlandmetal guru is better than any drug for taking one higher and higher and into orbit, teenage dreams are hard to beat when music like this is on the street.
  • Wyatt from Anywhere, United StatesMetal Guru is great but I liked "the Slider the best of the songs onthe album, it just has this visceral rythym that grabs you. I'd post it but I don't have the Lyrics handy. Baby Boomarang was pretty good as well.
  • Mz Maihem from Melbourne, AustraliaMetal Guru simply kicks butt.
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