SNB Retro MUSIC review: Metallica--The Black Album (1991)

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10 Aug 2009, 11:08 am

:lmao: 1991 is NOT retro. It was last week.


and Metallica has been sucking for more than two decades. :eew:



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10 Aug 2009, 5:34 pm

The black album was Metallica's beginning into their sellout days, but it is still a great album. You can still hear some great gems on that album. It was Load that brought them down to the pop level IMHO.


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14 Aug 2009, 6:06 am

history_of_psychiatry wrote:
The black album was Metallica's beginning into their sellout days, but it is still a great album. You can still hear some great gems on that album. It was Load that brought them down to the pop level IMHO.


I'll have to agree with you there my friend. :wink:

...And Justice For All is my favourite of their albums, although it was the album that propelled them into fame. My favourite song is not "One", but "Frayed Ends Of Sanity" on that album. :wink:

Ride The Lightning comes close as "Creeping Death" gets the hair on my neck up everytime I listen to it.

And then Master Of Puppets comes at a close third.

Their new album was good, and sure beats the crap out of their Load/Reload/St.Anger stuff.