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Death Magnetic


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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • ASIN: B00192KCQ0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record  |  Accessory
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #23,867 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By LeBrain HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on Nov. 26 2010
Format: Audio CD
Like many bands today, Metallica decided to release crazy special editions of their last album in order to make a little extra cash. Unlike a lot of other bands, this "coffin box" edition was crazy expensive. To me the deciding factor wasn't all the bells and whistles (and there are a lot of them) it was the inclusion of the exclusive CD Demo Magnetic. This includes 10 demo tracks, unfinished and otherwise unreleased versions of the Death Magnetic tracks.

There were only 2000 copies of this made, so if you didn't pre-order, chances are you won't get it.

Contents:
Death Magnetic CD (the digipack version, identical to the original release)
Demo Magnetic CD
The Making of Death Magnetic DVD
Four imitation guitar picks (made of flimsy plastic, not actual guitar picks)
Exclusive T-shirt
Exclusive bandana
Backstage pass with lanyard
A card with a download code for a free show
Coffin shaped poster

Tracklist for Demo Magnetic:
1."Hi Guy" - 7:11
2."Neinteen" - 7:35
3."Black Squirrel" - 6:13
4."Casper" - 8:15
5."Flamingo" - 7:59
6."German Soup" - 6:31
7."UN3" - 7:50
8."Gymbag" - 7:55
9."K2LU" - 9:30
10."Ten" - 5:18

This edition of Death Magnetic is, as I mentioned, identical to the retail version. Therefore, it won't have a correctly mastered disc. The disc is still mastered way too loud (see: the Loudness Wars) and suffers from clipping etc.

Death Magnetic on its own, to me, was a 4 star album. Mastering aside, I thought it was an above average collection of typical Metallica rockers. Gone are the nu-metal tendencies of St. Anger and I think that was the correct move.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Martin Veilleux on Oct. 2 2008
Format: Audio CD
Le dernier de Metallica est une réussite! La légendaire formation Thrash Metal nous reviens avec un dernier opus qui nous fait oublier totalement les 2 albums précédents. Les pièces sont tous de très bon gout et bien composées mais la production est par contre un peu trop compressée et on a l'impression qu'il manque un peu de dynamisme dans les hautes fréquences. Pour ceux qui hésite et bien détrompez-vous! Cette album est dans la plus pure tradition Metallica... je dirais même que Death Magnetic est un de leur meilleur album. Go grab it now!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By C. Tateham on Sept. 16 2008
Format: Audio CD
This album is a heavy metal masterpiece. It was 5 years in the making. Rick Rubin on board.

So please tell me why it was so poorly mixed? The sound is tso poor it rates down there with some offerings by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and any audiophile will tell you those are the worst sounding CDs ever made. What a shame. Let's hope for a re-issue.

Search the net..i am not the only one who feels this way. Again, it's almost unlistebnable on a good sound system or even with headphones.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Metal lovaaa on Oct. 1 2008
Format: Audio CD
I was so skeptical about this album when I heard it was supposed to be a mix between ...and Justice For All and the Black Album. This time it wasn't some guy I met who said he knew someone who knew the band and they said it sounded like puppets, it was from the mouths of Lars and Rob. I have to say, I've been a Metallica fan going on 20 years now, ever since I was 6 years old. The first song I ever head-banged to was Fight Fire with Fire from Ride the Lightning. When Load came out I was devastated, Reload equally so. I mean, they were decent albums, they just never came even close to slightly comparing to their 80s material. When St. Anger came out I held my head in frustration. For me, the last 16 years have been a roller coaster of "Is this album the one? Is this the one where they come back?!" Followed by disappointment. It's easy to understand then how I was skeptical about this one, how could they, 20 years later ever recreate their old sound? Well, I popped this one into the player and from the first opening heartbeats in That Was Just Your Life I knew, they were back! This is the most amazing come back in music history in my opinion, twenty years later they come back with what I also figure is ...and Justice For All part II. While there are touches of the Black album and newer styles in there this is a thrash album first and foremost. It's so easy to look back and say they will never make another MOP or Ride the Lightning etc but if you really really listen to this album it IS that style, there are so many riffs that SCREAM old school. The instrumental is amazing, My Apocalypse is another stand out as well with All Nightmare Long, blasting in with pure adrenaline. I even noticed that while not completely gone, James' country twang is far far subdued.Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. Roy on Sept. 17 2008
Format: Audio CD
They're back. Except this time, it's good. Actually, it's quite good.

I've been a fan since Kill 'em All, and for me, it all started going downhill after Justice. Load? Reload? Unload II? Nah. Puppets. Lightning.

But this stuff is good. I was liking the CD on the first listen, which is quite unusual for me.

James has always been the riffmaster. He seems to be focused now. I can't get used to his country-style voice, but I'll settle for this. You can't Win 'em All.

Lars has been full of BS since the Napster incident. But on this album, he seems to have gotten over himself.

Kirk has always been a great guitarist, but he's never been a creative genius. I thought his solos were quite good over the years, but just sounded the same. He brilliantly reinvents himself here.

If you're a fan of The Old Stuff, go ahead and get this one. Heck, that song they keep playing on the radio has nothing but power chords, licks, drums and bass for the last four minutes. That means something has changed.
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