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Metallica - ...and Justice For All
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Good review and awesome album smile.gif

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Great review man I totaly agree with you, Metallica is the best

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This album is so great! and this band too... great review!

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Dejan Farkas
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My second favorite album after Master of Pupets smile.gif this one is technically better, but Cliff is missing, RIP sad.gif

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Jan 9 2008, 11:06 AM
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My 4th favourite Metallica album after Ride The Lightning, Kill Em All and Master of Puppets. The fact barely a bass note can be heard on the whole thing is annoying and I can't stand Shortest Straw. Apart from that it is a great album.

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I still contest that Dyers Eve is the greatest thrash song Metallica has written, AND there's a cello following James on the fast parts, which really fleshes out the rhythm line. If you've not heard it, go back and listen, it's there.

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QUOTE (Goliath @ Jan 9 2008, 04:46 AM) *
I still contest that Dyers Eve is the greatest thrash song Metallica has written, AND there's a cello following James on the fast parts, which really fleshes out the rhythm line. If you've not heard it, go back and listen, it's there.


Yeah, Dyers Eve is probably Metallica's greatest thrash song (or Damage Inc.) but it's really the only "thrash" song on there. The only other thrashy riffs are in One and a little in The Frayed Ends of Sanity.


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Good review, this is one of there best albums, i agree about the bass

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I love this album great review

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I totally love this album! smile.gif great review man! smile.gif

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Awesome review man, i enjoyed it. I agree with this being the most technical album of Metallica, if only the bass would be audible, it would have been even better.

My favorite tracks are:

1. One
2. To Live Is To Die
3. Frayed Ends of Sanity
4. ...And Justice For All
5. Blackened

biggrin.gif yeah almost all of them. tongue.gif

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QUOTE (FretDancer69 @ Jan 9 2008, 04:03 PM) *
Awesome review man, i enjoyed it. I agree with this being the most technical album of Metallica, if only the bass would be audible, it would have been even better.

My favorite tracks are:

1. One
2. To Live Is To Die
3. Frayed Ends of Sanity
4. ...And Justice For All
5. Blackened

biggrin.gif yeah almost all of them. tongue.gif


Heheh, I know. The only one on there that I don't really like is The Shortest Straw. smile.gif

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QUOTE (SLASH91 @ Jan 9 2008, 05:23 PM) *
Heheh, I know. The only one on there that I don't really like is The Shortest Straw. smile.gif



Same here ohmy.gif ohmy.gif!!!! thats my least favorite!!! biggrin.gif

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Good review Slash wink.gif
Yep this is gotta be one of my favorite albums of all time.The sad thing about this album which you said is the bass is basically not there.It's a shame that they really left that out because the guitar riffs are one of my favorite of all time.Gotta say i love every single song on here but Shortest Straw and Eye of the Beholder are 2 songs i really enjoy playing still to this day smile.gif

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QUOTE (shredmandan @ Jan 9 2008, 06:19 PM) *
Good review Slash wink.gif
Yep this is gotta be one of my favorite albums of all time.The sad thing about this album which you said is the bass is basically not there.It's a shame that they really left that out because the guitar riffs are one of my favorite of all time.Gotta say i love every single song on here but Shortest Straw and Eye of the Beholder are 2 songs i really enjoy playing still to this day smile.gif


The Eye of the Beholder chorus is so catchy, solo is great too.

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Incredible album!! My first Metallica album... I love it.

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