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And Justice For All (Metallica album)

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It cannot be stated enough that Metallica is the most consistently innovative heavy metal band of the past two decades. In the quest for the cleanest, chunkiest, hardest sound, Metallica ...

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Kill 'Em All (Metallica album)

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Occasionally one album can be pinpointed as the turning point in a musical genre. Kill ’Em All is one such album and, boy, did the heavy metal genre need a ...

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Load (Metallica album)

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Tremendous stuff, even for the most committed metal hater. Metallica are one of the few who even the most bigoted will grudgingly admit to liking. The line-up of James Hetfield ...

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Master Of Puppets (Metallica album)

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Metallica’s irresistible rise to the top continued with this enigmatic 1986 album. A constant touring unit by this point, their combination of light and dark and their deft staccato...

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Metallica (Metallica album)

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For the band who helped change the traditional face of contemporary heavy metal, Metallica were never found wanting in innovation. Nevertheless, 1991’s album of the same name appeared as a...

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Reload (Metallica album)

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Recorded at the same sessions as the previous year’s Load, Metallica paid their debts to their loyal fans who had to wait over five years for Load. This is more ...

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Ride The Lightning (Metallica album)

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This is cultured thrash metal, if there can be such a thing. There is such a gap between Metallica and every other thrash protagonist. Even an outsider can appreciate that ...

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