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Metallica (Official Thread)

Discussion in 'Metal' started by ZeppelinFan, Jun 26, 2005.

  1. Vader

    Vader Veteran Of A Thousand Psychic Wars

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    Metallica , has a handful of out right , Total Shit albums.
    I mean , as long we are throwing our grievances about bands around, 140 $ for remasters, demos , outtakes and probably an assortment of bad to crappy sounding live recordings.
    Metallica can shove it where the sun doesn't make an appearance as far as I'm concerned.
    :p
     
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    Riff Raff The Kevin Owens Show Staff Member

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    St Anger and Lulu are pretty damn dreadful no doubt. I'd fire those into the sun. lol
     
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    Riff Raff The Kevin Owens Show Staff Member

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    Better is a term I'd rather avoid as that too is part of that ridiculous rivalry plus its subjective as I have now come to like albums like Load, Reload lol.
    Hardwired was kickarse too.
     
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    Speaking of St. Anger being dreadful.... earlier today, I had some music playing on shuffle and All Within My Hands came on.

    What a SHIT song. The drums at the beginning are the epitome of how shitty that album was and just how bad Lars could be as a drummer. That being said, how did James, Kirk and Bob Rock all think those drums sounded ok enough to release it? I've seen the documentary, I know about the infighting, etc... still, how can such an iconic group listen to that and shrug it off as "we were trying something different"?



    Absolutely. Fucking. Brutal

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    Seriously, I've heard better snare drum sound from a grade school band.
     
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    That and the fact Kirk just rolled over easily over no solos being used. He may as well have not played on the album.
     
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    ^ yep
     
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    The remastered Kill Em All and Ride the Lightning sound awesome and am glad I bought those. Can only hope being the album turns 30 next year that Justice will get the needed re-do on the bass mixing and even the drum sound to be less tinny.
     
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    must`ve a different ears lol I like the album myself.............but the two album it was ages before I even liked them LOAD/RELOAD??????????
     
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    Reload took me a bit to like. Still in the bottom 3 or 4 albums for me, but at least I like some of it. When Load first came out, I hated it. But I was determined to figure out how they could put out such a weird album, so I kept listening. It didn't take long and I really got to like Load. There's some average stuff on it, but some really cool tracks imho.
     
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