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Am I the only person who pretty much hates Metallica?

Discussion in 'Metal' started by DragonQuest3, May 10, 2014.

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  1. Sunny

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    Just listening to Stone Cold Crazy :grinthumb

     
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    Good cover Stone Cold Crazy. They did a lot of covers I thought were awesome.

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    Tuesdays Gone. Overplayed original but I loved Metallica's version too.
     
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    Always though "Hero of The Day" was a brilliant classic and I thought with most of the songs they were even better with the orchestra! S&M was the first Metallica album I bought! :grinthumb

    Metallica & San Francisco Symphonic Orchestra-Hero of the Day
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    Plus, I said this when it first came out and I'll say this again! I thought Junior Dad was an awesome hypnotic track! Old rambling vocals aren't a bad thing. I think of it in the same way I think of a lot of older vocalist. You are hearing an old sage of sorts and it just sounds like a mantra from a wiser source. I don't get a bad vibe from the cracked and worn vocals anymore than I did with late Johnny Cash. I actually prefer it! :grinthumb

    Metallica w/ Lou Reed-Junior Dad



    Again Metallica isn't even in my top twenty bands but I definitely know what I like! :grinthumb
     
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    Wow! How talented they are to play with an orchestra! [​IMG]
     
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    Soot and Stars I AM SOOT! Staff Member

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    Oh definitely! It's awesome when a band can transcend there heavy roots to put out some of the most respected hard rock ballads and Metal opuses in existence! These songs are untouchable! :grinthumb

    Nothing Else Matters, One & The Unforgiven
     
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    No Leaf Clover for me was the best part of S&M.
     
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    Yes, you are right! That's another great one perfect for the orchestra! Very dramatic and intense! :grinthumb
     
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    Thanks for posting Nothing Else Matters, Sooty. What an awesome song with beautiful lyrics. I really like the video too because it shows a very human side of them. I have to admit, I really like where they are shooting pool since I shoot pool. I'm certainly seeing and hearing a side of this band I never knew before. :bow:
     
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