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"Jump in the Fire" Single by Metallica from the album Kill 'Em All B-side "Phantom Lord" (fake live), "Seek & Destroy" (fake live) Released January 20, 1984 Recorded May 10–27, 1983 at Music America Studios, Rochester, New York Genre Thrash metal Length 4:40 Label Megaforce Writer(s) James Hetfield / Lars Ulrich / Dave Mustaine[1] Producer Paul Curcio, Johny Zazula Metallica singles chronology "Whiplash" (1983) "Jump in the Fire" (1984) "Seek & Destroy" (1984) Music sample Jump in the Fire "Jump in the Fire" is a song by the American heavy metal band Metallica. It was released as the third single from their debut album, Kill 'Em All. The single was accompanied by fake live performances of "Phantom Lord" and "Seek & Destroy" which were alternate studio recordings with sounds of a crowd overdubbed in. Alongside "Hit the Lights," "Jump in the Fire" is one of Metallica's first original songs, having been included on Ron McGovney's '82 Garage demo, an unreleased recording. The original lyrics, which dealt with sex, were written by Dave Mustaine. However, much like the events surrounding "The Four Horsemen," new lyrics were written by James Hetfield upon Mustaine's departure from Metallica. The new lyrics revolve around people being damned to Hell and therefore "jumping in the fire." Lars Ulrich claims that they had written the song to sound like "Run to the Hills" by Iron Maiden, which was popular at the time.[2] Current live performances since 2004 are in D standard tuning, as opposed to the E standard tuning of earlier live performances. Contents 1 Commemoration 2 Track listing 3 References 4 External links Commemoration The single sleeve artwork depicts a red-skinned demonic creature basking in flames. This artwork copies the Demon off the cover of Graham Mastertons' 1978 novel, "The Devils of D-Day" (Sphere, 1979 edition). In 2009, a collectible action figure of this character was released by Medicom. With an original retail price of $99.99, the approximately 12-inch (30.48 cm) tall figure is limited to 1,000 pieces and sold as an online exclusive.[3] Track listing International Single No. Title Length 1. "Jump in the Fire"   4:41 2. "Seek & Destroy" (Live) 7:04 3. "Phantom Lord" (Live) 4:52 References ^ ^ Interview with Lars Ulrich ^ Jump in the Fire Action Figure (2009). Retrieved on 9-14-09. External links "Jump in the Fire original album art by Les Edwards" "Jump in the Fire" lyrics v · d · eMetallica James Hetfield · Lars Ulrich · Kirk Hammett · Robert Trujillo Cliff Burton · Jason Newsted · Dave Mustaine · Ron McGovney Studio albums Kill 'Em All · Ride the Lightning · Master of Puppets · ...And Justice for All · Metallica · Load · ReLoad · St. Anger · Death Magnetic Live albums Live Shit: Binge & Purge · S&M · Orgullo, Pasión y Gloria: Tres Noches en la Ciudad de México Cover albums Garage Inc. Extended plays The $5.98 E.P.: Garage Days Re-Revisited · Some Kind of Monster · Six Feet Down Under · Six Feet Down Under (Part II) · Live at Grimey's Box sets The Good, the Bad and the Live · Metallica: Vinyl Box Set · The Metallica Collection Singles "Whiplash" · "Jump in the Fire" · "Seek & Destroy" · "Fade to Black" · "Creeping Death" · "For Whom the Bell Tolls" · "Master of Puppets" · "Battery" · "Welcome Home (Sanitarium)" · "Harvester of Sorrow" · "Eye of the Beholder" · "...And Justice for All" · "One" · "Enter Sandman" · "Don't Tread on Me" · "The Unforgiven" · "Nothing Else Matters" · "Wherever I May Roam" · "Sad but True" · "Until It Sleeps" · "Ain't My Bitch" · "Hero of the Day" · "Mama Said" · "King Nothing" · "Bleeding Me" · "The Memory Remains" · "The Unforgiven II" · "Fuel" · "Better than You" · "Turn the Page" · "Whiskey in the Jar" · "Die, Die My Darling" · "No Leaf Clover" · "I Disappear" · "St. Anger" · "Frantic" · "The Unnamed Feeling" · "Some Kind of Monster" · "The Ecstasy of Gold" · "The Day That Never Comes" · "My Apocalypse" · "Cyanide" · "The Judas Kiss" · "All Nightmare Long" · "Broken, Beat & Scarred" Songs "Am I Evil?" · "Blackened" · "Disposable Heroes" · "To Live Is to Die" · "The God That Failed" · "The Unforgiven III" Videos/DVDs Cliff 'Em All · 2 of One · A Year and a Half in the Life of Metallica · Live Shit: Binge & Purge · Cunning Stunts · S&M · Classic Albums: Metallica - Metallica · Some Kind of Monster · The Videos 1989–2004 · Français Pour Une Nuit · Orgullo, Pasión y Gloria: Tres Noches en la Ciudad de México · The Big 4 Live from Sofia, Bulgaria (with Megadeth, Slayer and Anthrax) Tours Kill 'Em All for One Tour • Ride the Lightning Tour • Damage, Inc. Tour • Monsters of Rock Tour 1987 • Monsters of Rock Tour 1988 • Damaged Justice Tour • Wherever We May Roam Tour • Guns N' Roses/Metallica Stadium Tour • Nowhere Else to Roam Tour • Shit Hits the Sheds Tour • Poor Touring Me • Poor Re-Touring Me Tour • Garage Remains the Same Tour • M2K Mini Tour • Summer Sanitarium Tour 2000 • Summer Sanitarium Tour 2003 • Madly in Anger with the World Tour • Escape from the Studio '06 • Sick of the Studio '07 • 2008 European Vacation Tour • World Magnetic Tour • 2011 Vacation Tour Related articles Awards · Discography · Demos · Tours · Apocalyptica · Beatallica · Rick Rubin · Exodus · Flotsam and Jetsam · Megadeth · Napster (lawsuit) · Bob Rock · A Tribute to the Four Horsemen · Guitar Hero: Metallica (list of songs featured) · Metallic Assault: A Tribute to Metallica · Metallic Attack: The Ultimate Tribute  Book:Metallica ·  Category:Metallica ·  Portal:Heavy metal This 1980s rock song-related article is a stub. 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