Metallica on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Movie...

suhrbrutal

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Was surprised how bad this was. Ulrich, off, WAAAYYY off, Hammet's tone was so bad I had to mute it at times. Hetfield's voice is nothing like it was. The only 1 I have any respect for is Robert. He at least seems to love what he is doing. Am I the only one who thought this?
 

roadfilm

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I completely agree. I too was very surprised at how bad they were (I've seen them several times so I know how great they usually are). By the look of Lou Reeds facial expressions, I think he agrees.
 

suhrbrutal

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I completely agree. I too was very surprised at how bad they were (I've seen them several times so I know how great they usually are). By the look of Lou Reeds facial expressions, I think he agrees.
Ha , yea. Kirk's solos during Lou's song was a trainwreck.
 

jjboogie

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Ha , yea. Kirk's solos during Lou's song was a trainwreck.
That's because he was improvising and not playing written parts.

I agree with you that they weren't good however I still think his tone was best with the Les Paul. Just my opinion. :)
 

suhrbrutal

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That's because he was improvising and not playing written parts.

I agree with you that they weren't good however I still think his tone was best with the Les Paul. Just my opinion. :)
I will agree with that, something was REALLY wrong on the first song with his guitar tone. Sound guy, or wrong setting. The Paul's sounded much better.
 

rwe333

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Not the highlight of the show, by any means (highlights for me include Crosby & Nash's wonderful background vocal work, seeing Charlie Drayton w/ Paul Simon,...).
 




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