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Garage Inc. SHM-CD, Import


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  • Audio CD (Sept. 28 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: SHM-CD, Import
  • Label: PSP Co Ltd
  • ASIN: B003UDP9A0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (540 customer reviews)


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By Igor on Dec 24 2012
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This album is definitely in my top three Metallica albums (with Metal Up Your A**, & Black Album). This is definitely the album if you want to listen to the "raw" Metallica.
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This is one of the best collection of covers to be released in the last 10 years. Turn the page soared to #1 on Billboard's Mainstream rock tracks and Whiskey in the Jar is another powerful song. Metallica delivers on Stone Cold Crazy and that song earned them a Grammy award.

Metallica delivers the goods!!!
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By randy on June 30 2004
Format: Audio CD
If you are a longtime fan of Metallica im sure you've already heard some of the songs on disk two. It is disk one im worried about. It seems im not the only one either, i've seen alot of terrible reviews for disk one. Yes it is true, disk one lacks inspiration making the covers dull and boring. Just look at the track list and compare it to disk two. If you like Metallica and don't have the b-sides on disk two then I reccomend this. If you happen to have these somewhat rare gems then pass this by and never look back.
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... especially considering that the first disc is all 'New' Metallica, and the second disc is all 'Old' Metallica. While many of the old school fans who have been waiting for this since the Black album will immediatley flock to disc 2 and never look back (granted, it's excellent), there's plenty to like on disc 1, too.
Most notably, Metallica has finally found their footing in their new mid-tempoed rock sound, ironically, through other people's efforts. They pull off Sabbath just as easily as the Misfits just as easily as Bob Seger, and even Lynyrd Skynyrd (featuring LS band members in Tuesday's Gone). The first disc is fairly uneven but the highlights (Turn the Page, Mercyful Fate, Tuesday's Gone, Sabbra Cadabbra, Whiskey in the Jar) stand out as some of late-era Metallica's best. There's plenty more to like on that disc, as well.
Disc 2 is a collection of the oft-bootlegged early covers that Metallica has been doing since 1981, and if old, raw, epic, trashing Metallica is what you want, it will suit you perfectly. The middle-section is the highlight, with Breadfan, Am I Evil?, Prince, and Stone Cold Crazy standing out amongst the bunch.
Garage Inc. will satisfy just about any Metallica follower out there, early-day lover or late-era. For a 2-disc, long compilation, it's focused and Metallica actually sounds like it's having some fun for the first time in awhile.
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By cd-heaven on Feb. 26 2000
Format: Audio CD
The return of Metallica as I like to call it. Yea these boys aren't as hard and heavy as they used to be, but the material on both CD's is their best since 1991's S/T effort, a.k.a.The Black Album. The new songs, all non-originals, sound convincingly enough like Metallica wrote them. They play the songs as though they wrote them which seperates a weak and lame cover album to those who perform the songs as if they were the bands own. Out of the new comes a ripper versions of Bob Seger's Turn The Page, Lizzy's Whiskey In The Jar, Nick Lowe's Loverman, another Diamond Head tune It's Electric and BOC's Astronomy. The centerpiece has to be the Mercyful Fate medley, clocking in at over 10 mins., it takes balls to do King Diamond, and James and Crew pull it off fantasticly. The down side of disc 1 is Tuesday's Gone, in acoustic form is fine, but it pales in comparison to the studio tracks. On disc 2, the band's covers and B-sides from the start of their career all the way up to Lemmy's 50th birthday party bash are all here. The 9.98 Garage Days Ep is here in it's entirety, making it an essential purchase for those who don't already own it. Other gems are pretty much all the rest of the songs as well, So What, Breadfan, Stone Cold Crazy and Killing Time. But the centerpiece of the 2nd CD is the Motorhead covers. Live, raw, energetic, and with the Lemmymeister himself sound amazingly awesome. Well I've bored you enough, buy it if you haven't already.
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By CHAIN_GANG_SOLDIRE on March 15 2005
Format: Audio CD
this is a great cd but i recamend for all u hard heavy metal heads do not listin 2 tuesdays gone its like a country song its so bad some people may say this cd sucks but its way better than st.anger but if u like that kind of metallica type then dont read this
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Garage Days is a good set from Metallica but make sure you get the Explicit version. Disc 1 is alright, it has some covers such as Tuesday's Gone, Turn The Page, and Whiskey In The Jar. It isn't that bad at all. But Disc 2 is where the real treats are. You get a great Killing Joke cover (The Wait), 2 songs that were on the original CD release of Kill Em All (Blitzkrieg and Am I Evil), some Motorhead covers, and So What. It's too bad on the clean version the latter song is heavily edited. Most of it consists of "bleeps" that pretty much butcher the song. I highly recommened checking this package out just for Disc 2 alone. But get the regular version and ignore this one.
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By Kevin on May 15 2004
Format: Audio CD
I bought this cd back in 98 when it first came out and still listen to it to this day. my favorite cd is disk 2 and disk 1 is good except for free speech, its electric, loverman, and the more I see. if you take out those songs and insert 4 new ones you have an awesome cd. metallica admits they love playing covers and they do it well. I love that they make the covers their own in a way. I hope they do another cover cd but with better choices.
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