A YouTube bassist just released an all-bass cover version of the song 'One' from Metallica's 1988 'And Justice for All' album, known to shun the bass. Someone's covered Metallica's 'One', but with all the parts on bass "A YouTube musician has shared a new cover of Metallica‘s classic track ‘One’ with all the parts recorded on bass guitar. "Mark Grocki’s new version of the track makes reference to the infamous lack of bass guitar on the metal titans’ iconic 1988 album ‘…And Justice For All’. “ 'What they REALLY mean by ‘… And Justice For BASS’,” Grocki titled the new cover, which features all guitar and vocal parts from the song recorded on bass. The drums that feature on this new version, though, are Lars Ulrich’s original recordings from the studio version of ‘One’." Listen above. Discuss amongst yourselves as this is the 1st Metallica tune, or any Metal music, I've ever listened to all the way through [elderly-how about that new band Nirvana, pretty good too, but stay off the lawn]. I like it, Mr Grocki. I can grock it, or else discorporate. The bass, like Sir Paul, can do it all. Maybe Metallica just needed more bass back in the day to become really successful. Images via nme. WT Be gentle, we are not programmed for defence-Robot's Rules of Order.