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Loco
Coal Chamber Lyrics


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Pull - steamroller rollin' through my head said attached to loco
power up coal through the system out to the right said you're in
my light - lock down the generator on man screw down use the system
use the main plan full power up to the point man don't fuck with me

Loco

Lock down here latch the generator on screw the system full power hit
the main plan

Overall Meaning

Coal Chamber's song "Loco" is a rapid, heavy metal track that features chaotic, aggressive lyrics sung by lead singer Dez Fafara. The song begins with the vocalist describing the intensity of what's happening in his head, likening it to a steamroller. The track then progresses into a series of commands and demands, all delivered with furious energy. The chorus features the word "Loco" repeated over and over again, conveying a sense of madness and chaos.


The lyrics of "Loco" are filled with references to power and control. The generator that's mentioned several times represents a source of power, and the commands to lock it down and screw the system suggest a desire to control that power. The use of the phrase "full power" indicates a need for intensity and strength, along with a warning against anyone who might try to interfere.


Overall, "Loco" is a powerful, energetic song that effectively conveys a sense of chaos and aggression. From the thundering drums to the searing guitar riffs, each element of the song works together to create a visceral listening experience.


Line by Line Meaning

Pull - steamroller rollin' through my head said attached to loco
I feel like a steamroller is crushing my thoughts and emotions, and it's driving me crazy.


power up coal through the system out to the right said you're in my light
I am channeling my anger and frustration, and it's directed towards you. You're in my way, and I want you gone.


lock down the generator on man screw down use the system
I am taking control of everything around me. I am locking down power sources and manipulating systems to suit my needs.


use the main plan full power up to the point man don't fuck with me
I have a plan, and I am executing it with everything I've got. Don't try to stop me, or you'll regret it.


Loco
All this rage and aggression I'm feeling, it's causing me to lose my mind.


Lock down here latch the generator on screw the system full power hit the main plan
I am totally in control, and I will stop at nothing to achieve my goal. I am using all the resources at my disposal to get what I want.




Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: BAYLEY COOKE, JASON EDWARDS

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@laurent7317

Be a teenager in the 90's and growing with this band, KoRn, Slipknot, Mudvayne, Deftones, Fear Factory, System of a Down, Static-X, Soulfly, etc... what a great era.

@undeadshuffler2558

Tbh for music, the best I rekon

@MyXyle666

deftones, static, and soulfly sadly ive never seen live. though i wasnt ever a huge soulfly fan. sevendust was pretty good also, same with rammstein if you wanna tie them in as well. i really wish i would have seen staticx when i had the chance though, didnt the lead singer die on their first or second tour?

@brentalbrecht4275

I always hated Soad and felt they were greatly overhyped, especially back in the early 200's when you could not escape hearing Chop Suey fucking everywhere. The rest of the bands I liked though. I would say that overall Mudvayne and Fear Factory's music have held up the best. I will always like Korn and Slipknot, but no where near as much as I did as a teenage. Slipknot's last cd was probably their worst in my opinion. As for Korn, it has been a long time since I have bought one of their cds, but even when I did I would say they were 50/50 for good albums vs bad albums (though probably much higher towards bad now as they experiment too much for my taste and don't like the newer non metal influences Korn has embraced in later cds. I doubt they will ever be able to come close to the success they had with Follow the Leader or pull off a successful album that will gain lots of new fans decades later like Green Day managed to do with American Idiot.

@grant9005

Brent Albrecht ive never listened to a soad song i dont like. Soad is my top 3 favorite bands but ill admit that chop suey is way too overplayed. Although its a good song, their greatest dont get as much recognition. Serj's solo work is amazing too, hes a one of a kind musician

@codybishop7526

This was the era of skater music getting a bit hardcore. Not quite nu metal or death metal, but metal-lite

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@staceyw4355

Really didn’t think at 35 I’d be still enjoying the same songs I did when I was 14 😂🎉

@josephalmy5869

How could you not enjoy Coal Chamber or Devil Driver they heavy and smoothe not to soft not to hard just perfect

@JunglistMovement

This comment is currently me ahaha

@lynzb7750

I'm 35 too. We had the best teen years, thanks to music like this!

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