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In a different medium--say, porn--this title might augur something thoroughly unpleasant, but the nu-metal toughs are actually taking a stand against inequity, warfare and people who don't leave the house in black mesh t-shirts to get their third lip piercing. They've totally changed their tune to"up with the sickness!"

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''Ten Thousand Fists'' is the third album by American heavy metal band Disturbed. The album was released on September 20, 2005 and became Disturbed's second consecutive number-one debut on the ''Billboard 200'' in the United States, shipping around 239,000 copies in its opening week. The album was also the band's second number-one release in New Zealand. It also is the first Disturbed album not to feature Steve Kmak as bass guitar player; instead, the album featured John Moyer. It also has the most singles than any other album. It is also the first Disturbed album not to have a Parental Advisory sticker. The album is also the first in which Disturbed's mascot, The Guy, appears on the album cover, as well as later appearing full-bodied in the music video for "Land of Confusion". - Wikipedia

In a different medium-say, porn-this title might augur something thoroughly unpleasant, but the n"u-metal toughs are actually taking a stand against inequity, warfare and people who don't leave the house in black mesh t-shirts to get their third lip piercing. They've totally changed their tune to "up with the sickness!"