Unknown Band Covers entire Metallica St. Anger

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  1. GarMan

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    Sounds less angry.
     
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    Could you imagine torturing yourself learning every one of those songs front to back?
     
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    Yeah. Pretty impressive. I think the guy is through a Line 6. TGP stamp of approval!:dude
     
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    He should A/B it with a Crate. A pic of a guy playing Metallica's St.Anger through a Line 6 and Crate might cause this board to implode on itself.
     
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    I think St Anger is my fav Metallica album. Certainly most artistic and interesting. But that mix...ooooooh. Makes it unlistenable.

    Maybe I'll download this recording.
     
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    Add Robben Ford playing a John Mayer song through a Gorilla amp in the mix, and I think a small country will go down with the TGP implosion.
     
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    How do you find it to be their most artistic? I'm not trying to pick a fight with you, just curious as to why you enjoy it the most. I haven't listened to it since it came out but I remember hating it. The production is most definitely hard on the ears!
     
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    Number of TGP members who care about Metallixa: much smaller than you think.
     
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    Looks like the unknown band is one guy playing all instruments and a guy singing. Anywho, I haven't listened to St. Anger in years and I just briefly listened to this to see how much the production was changed. Definitely for the better. The songs aren't all that bad. If it wasn't a Metallica album people would probably feel a lot differently about it.
     
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    Kick ass :) I love Metallica. Always have, always will.
     
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    St Anger, the only piece of musical work in history, in which people actually refuse to listen to it simply because of it's tone.

    That snare drum must have been made out of that stuff in the movie Time Bandits.
     
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    Was that Bob Rock? If so, I would hope nobody has hired him since.
     
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    Exactly my sentiment about the Load albums.
     
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    I really did the accompanying DVD. I ripped the audio off of it and pretty much chunked the actual album, because it sounded so good.
     
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    sounds a lot better than the original, the real change is really just in the tone.

    The writing still sucks:p, one of the lowest moments in metal
     
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    +1 on the DVD.

    I enjoyed that 1000% more than the cd.

    But since Quebec Magnetic came out that's all I watch.

    They are a well oiled machine on that one.
     
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    was that the one with the song about a clock?
     
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    Heck no. I couldn't even listen to it once all the way through. Love everything prior to Justice though.
     
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    Tough to listen to all the way through...definitely. That's just about the most over produced under produced album of all time. It's definitely got some good songs, featuring Hetfield with some of his most personal lyrics. I listened to this new take yesterday, having not listened the original in 10 years or so, and was digging the lyrical content.

    Anything they do has such a redonkulously amount of scrutiny attached to it. Any post Black Album album would have been huge smash hits for any other band.
     

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