Megadeth: Hangar 18 Meaning
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Song Released: 1991
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Hangar 18 Lyrics
Take some time to show you around
Impossible to break these walls
For you see the steel is much too strong
Computer banks to rule the world
Instruments to sight the stars
Possibly Ive seen to much
Hangar 18 I...
anonymous May 13th 2009 report
Its talking about how they study aliens at area 51 and test military technology to cover up the study of aliens
anonymous Apr 17th 2008 report
This song is about - a secret military installation - Hangar 18 - which was supposedly located at Wright-Patterson Airforce Base in Ohio. Http://www.wpafb.af.mil/.
Hangar 18 was purported to contain a multitude of unidentified flying object crash recovery operations, most well-known being the unidentified flying object that crashed and was recovered from Roswell, NM in 1947, along with that craft's occupants.
An elaborate underground cyogenics systems was created to maintain the occupant's un-decomposing suspended state, for study and further evaluation.
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anonymous Sep 4th 2007 report
This song is about a military base, probably area 51 or something similar. Most of the lyrics talk about aliens and new technology being developed.
"computer banks to rule the world"
"foreign life forms inventory suspended state of cryogenics selective amnesias the story"
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