Metallica Fans, recommendations?

Discussion in 'The Rec Room (Sports and Entertainment)' started by Flying Crane, Aug 17, 2008.

  1. Xue Sheng

    Xue Sheng All weight is underside

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    "Mean Streak" too
     
  2. celtic_crippler

    celtic_crippler Senior Master

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    I agree that Master of Puppets is great, but I would say anything from that album back is good.

    IMHO, with the exception of Garage Days...., everything after the death of Cliff Burton is sold-out-commercialized-crap.
     
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    lol alright but if I don't like it you gotta pay for the money I wasted lol. :D
     
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    ??? S&M sounded really forced. The symphony and Metallica's stuff did not mesh well.
    If you like the concept of mixing metal with symphony, check out the album "Death Cult Armageddon" by Dimmu Borgir. It was recorded with the Prague Philharmonic orchestra and the metal mixes seamlessly with the symphony, which results in some very powerful tunes.
    There was a magazine review (I wish I remembered the mag, I'll look it up if I need to) that said, and I quote, "Death Cult Armageddon is everything the Metallica's S & M should have been."
     
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    I thought the opposite, especially on stuff like Call of Ktulu. That song sounded like it was written to be played with a full orchestra.123
     

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