Audiobiography - Metallica Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Heavy Metal / Artist: Metallica / Box set / Audio CD released 2007-09-17 at Regeneration / CD and Book set
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Load - MetallicaA fine album (207 words)
by Nephillim - written on 23/06/00, updated on 23/06/00 (Very useful, 74 readings)
For me M Metallica have written some of the best rock songs there have been, and they have done some right dross as well. Their previous albums contained gems mixed in with tracks that were repetative, and dull. They partake in way too much frenzied guitar thrapping. This album is altogether finer. They thrapp far less furiously and seem more intent on crafting songs. If Pearl Jam or SoundGarden or Led Zep (and all points in between) blow your blouse up then this album certainly will. They have seem to have listened to the blues, calmed down a little and created a great album. There is head down grinding thunder, sentimental claptrap and some excellent air guitar moments, ...
Load - MetallicaGood load (472 words)
by mo79 - written on 23/06/00, updated on 23/06/00 (Very useful, 34 readings)
slightly patchy, it is a good album, and standouts in an unusual way to their back catalogue. Compared to it's watered-down carbon copy successor 'Reload', 'Load' is the best album M Metallica could've made in the mid 90's, especially with neo-metal having killed old metal pretty much, and so their old style of metal would have only been ridiculed too *sigh*; they can't win. The album as I said is patchy, as I think that during the album the quality of the songs goes down. I.e., most of the best songs are in the first half such as 'The House Jack Built', the bluesy 'King Nothing' and the epic 'Hero Of The Day', ...
Garage Inc. - MetallicaNot the Artful Dodger (142 words)
by B0nfire - written on 13/06/00, updated on 13/06/00 (Useful, 11 readings)
with more tracks, M Metallica took on the pirates with this double album of covers. I don't really know what to make of this album. I'm a little too young to have heard any of the originals, and I've no real desire to dig them out, so I have to judge this as a stand alone piece. And the fact is, it's not as ...