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VinceG
Jun 14 2007, 08:45 PM
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I only like Kill em All, they start becoming less thrashier by the album. And the fact that most of the riffs in Kill Em All were written by Mustaine, or so I heard, its the thrashiest and best for me. As they release album after the next, I started not to like them. Theres better thrash bands out there whos much better and doesnt ger recognition because of the popularity of the big 4.

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QUOTE (VinceG @ Jun 14 2007, 01:45 PM) *
I only like Kill em All, they start becoming less thrashier by the album. And the fact that most of the riffs in Kill Em All were written by Mustaine, or so I heard, its the thrashiest and best for me. As they release album after the next, I started not to like them. Theres better thrash bands out there whos much better and doesnt ger recognition because of the popularity of the big 4.


if im not mistaken, the big 4 consits of: Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer, and Anthrax right?

ive never listened to Slayer or Anthrax, anyone recomend a good song from them?

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never really listend to eaither but i heard a couple of anthrax songs like madhouse and im the man

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Their LEAST metal? Have you listened to load and reload? Those are like completely hard almost bluesy rock. I think there's elements of their earlier stuff on the black album, but also elements of what would appear in load and reload, kind of an in between album. I could see Holier Than Thou, Through the Never, Of Wolf and Man, and The Struggle Within on some of their earlier albums, everything else sounds fairly similar to what would come on load and reload IMO. But I like those two albums



i never said i didn't like it... tongue.gif but your right load and reload, i forgot about them...

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In terms of metallica i prefer Master Of Puppets or Ride The Lightning




agreed ! biggrin.gif - My two all time favorite songs by metallica are Fade to Black and Master of the Puppets. The phrasing in the Fade to Black solo is outstanding Imo.

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Some guys commented that Metallica has changed it's style to make more money .... it looks to me like Metallica has less fans since the new albums and are also appearing less and less.... so I guess the change is authentic...

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yeah possibly ?^ huh.gif

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QUOTE (Igorrr @ Jun 15 2007, 04:45 PM) *
Some guys commented that Metallica has changed it's style to make more money .... it looks to me like Metallica has less fans since the new albums and are also appearing less and less.... so I guess the change is authentic...


I can't tell if your avatar is a guys face or spaghetti and meatballs with bread laugh.gif

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QUOTE (Igorrr @ Jun 15 2007, 06:45 PM) *
Some guys commented that Metallica has changed it's style to make more money .... it looks to me like Metallica has less fans since the new albums and are also appearing less and less.... so I guess the change is authentic...


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Yeah if they wanted more money they could have easily shoveled out a carbon copy of master of puppets or soemthing. but obvioulsy, we already have master of puppets, and obviouls they didnt do that.

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I hate metallica, watched the Some Kind Of Monster documentary and couldnt get over what stupid scroungers they were.

To most people who claim to be metalheads the above is probably "blasphemy" but I dont find them at all interesting even musically.

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Its not a matter of liking them or not, its more of a respect thing. i dont care if you dont liek them, but, Regardless of how much you hate them, They made Kill 'Em All, Ride The Lightning, Master Of Puppets, ...And Justice For All.

Those are some albums that regardless of what you say, Influenced countless bands still to this day In developing how they wanted to sound and perform. That, in my oppinion, Deserves respect.

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They have my respect for showing everyone not what to end up as. laugh.gif

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i think tis is one of their best albums. one of them.

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QUOTE (The Uncreator @ Jun 17 2007, 05:11 PM) *
Its not a matter of liking them or not, its more of a respect thing. i dont care if you dont liek them, but, Regardless of how much you hate them, They made Kill 'Em All, Ride The Lightning, Master Of Puppets, ...And Justice For All.

Those are some albums that regardless of what you say, Influenced countless bands still to this day In developing how they wanted to sound and perform. That, in my oppinion, Deserves respect.



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QUOTE (The Uncreator @ Jun 17 2007, 10:11 AM) *
Its not a matter of liking them or not, its more of a respect thing. i dont care if you dont liek them, but, Regardless of how much you hate them, They made Kill 'Em All, Ride The Lightning, Master Of Puppets, ...And Justice For All.

Those are some albums that regardless of what you say, Influenced countless bands still to this day In developing how they wanted to sound and perform. That, in my oppinion, Deserves respect.


yea, its all about respecting others music even if you dont like it, i think thats a way of maturing musically. My band is very influenced by metallica, almost all our covers are from metallica, and thats how we tribute them, its a way of showing respect.


Also, does anyone knows when the new album is going to be released?
thanks.

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I was never condescending of your musical tastes in the first place, you can listen to them all you want it does not bother me, I simply voiced my opinion in that I don't actually like them and stated my reasons for not liking them, and I'm perfectly entitled to say that.

I dont need to respect or like metallica just because everyone else does or because of their influence on other people musically. There is always more than one opinion on something.

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yea the Solos are amazing, specially the One fast solo at the end. Its AMAZING, i think it was ranked #10 top solos, im not sure. Can anybody clear that for me plz.


It was ranked #7 in the 100 Greatest Solos of All-Time in a Guitar World readers poll.

The 6 in front of "One":

6. November Rain(Slash)
5. All Along The Watchtower(Hendrix)
4. Comfortably Numb(Gilmour)
3. Free Bird(Collins & Worthington)
2. Eruption(Van Halen)
1. Stairway To Heaven(Page)

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QUOTE (kyeric @ Jun 18 2007, 05:26 PM) *
It was ranked #7 in the 100 Greatest Solos of All-Time in a Guitar World readers poll.

The 6 in front of "One":

6. November Rain(Slash)
5. All Along The Watchtower(Hendrix)
4. Comfortably Numb(Gilmour)
3. Free Bird(Collins & Worthington)
2. Eruption(Van Halen)
1. Stairway To Heaven(Page)


thanks, thats a pretty tight list, though ive never heard of Collins & Worthington

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i agree fretdancer69

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