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#4
Basically all of them are easy, it's just they're all so long. Try Master of Puppets, Enter Sandman and King Nothing. The only semi-hard ones are from the Cliff era pretty much.
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#7
Well how long have you been playing?
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#10
ok master of puppets and ride the lightening are not easy songs for beginners.

for the easiest stuff, try nothing else matters, for whom the bell tolls, jump in the fire, and the unforgiven

mildly harder songs are enter sandman, fade to black, welcome home, motorbreath, don't tread on me, and escape

moderately challending songs (imo) are pretty much everything else on kill em all (cept for anesthesia), creeping death (give your fingers a good warmup before trying to tackle this one), damage inc, eye of the beholder, and my friend of misery.
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#11
I would take a look at something like For Whom The Bell Tolls, or maybe like Nothing Else Matters. Most Metallica stuff isn't hard after the Cliff Burton era. Even most of Cliff's stuff is only hard cuz its fast, and he does a lot of octave "jumping". But IMO For Whom The Bell Tolls is a good 1 to learn. It was the first song I ever learned on bass. It's simple and a great song.
#12
Orion and the Call of Ktulu. I'm kidding. Really, they're all pretty easy, it's just kind of hard to follow along with.
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#13
enter sandman; might take half hour to learn if u havent heard that song yet then try king nothing
#15
They're not really beginner songs are can be tricky to keep up with, not always because of the fingering but, as said, because of the rhythm. And a lot of songs use the "gallop" style which can be tricky to get if you've not been playing long..

good luck though.

(i hope you know your scales, though - i'll be might annoyed if you dont !)
#17
devils dance is easy. and kinda fun to play on the tuba. . . . (not like anyone would know)
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lol, i know what that is
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#22
Creeping Death was pretty easy for me. but i have been playing for a long time so... if your just starting out i would suggest For Whom The Bell Tolls. that was the very first song i ever lerned. after a while you might want to give "Crash Course In Brain Surgery"a try. really fun song to play and it's not that hard. for me anyway.
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