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St. Anger CD+DVD


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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: CD+DVD
  • ASIN: B00008OWZG
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3,547 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #32,597 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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CD-1 Frantic CD-2 St. Anger CD-3 Some Kind Of Monster CD-4 Dirty Window CD-5 Invisible Kid CD-6 My World CD-7 Shoot Me Again CD-8 Sweet Amber CD-9 The Unnamed Feeling CD-10 Purify CD-11 All Within My Hands DVD-1 Frantic DVD-2 St. Anger DVD-3 Some Kind Of Monster DVD-4 Dirty Window DVD-5 Invisible Kid DVD-6 My World DVD-7 Shoot Me Again DVD-8 Sweet Amber DVD-9 The Unnamed Feeling DVD-10 Purify DVD-11 All Within My Hands

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Steven on Aug. 19 2004
Format: Audio CD
Okay. This album isn't as good as Ride the Lightning BUT this STILL IS AN AWESOME ALBUM!!!!
I too didn't much care for the album when i bought it...but...i listened to it a few months later and i LOVE IT. Give this album a chance for cryin out loud.
WE ALL DID THE SAME THING. We all bought this album after waiting for so long and were sooo anticipating this album...it'll have KILLER solos...faster riffs....faster tempos, huge double bass...back to the old metallica.
no.
Have you ever gone into an action/comedy movie and expected it to be hilarious but got more action than comedy???
that's what happened here...
the movie was still really good...just not what you thought is was going to be.
That's what happened here. You all expected (like i said) another ride the lightning. You got something that anyone could've forseen. Metallica has never had 2 albums that are the same kinda music (except the loads).
They released this album...everyone got their first impressions and then they threw it in their pile of cd's and never listened to it again.
This album is GREAT!!!!!
1) Frantic - Good opener...i love the main riff. Catchy - 9/10
2) St. Anger - Title track. Great riff. Lars' double bass work on this song is awesome. I love when james screams "set it free!!!" good song. - 9/10
3)Some Kind of MOnster - One of the best on the album. Very heavy...very cool. the main riff is awesome. James really nails the vocals here. Very powerful song - 10/10
4)Dirty Window - another heavy song. once again the main riff is really cool. This is one of my favorite songs on the album as well. This song is heavy! - 10/10
5)Invisible Kid - It's not the best song on the album but it still kicks ass.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Customer from Quebec on Oct. 23 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is a band which evolves quicker than their fans. They don't want to repeat Master of Puppets all the time and hats off for that! St Anger has a lot of energy and despite the lack of solos the songs are great. Infact, Kirk is playing all the time. Unlike many reviewers, I like the metal sound of the drumming. It reminds me of early Deep Purple-In Rock and Fireball. It gives authenticity and garage feeling to the sound. James Hatfield is doing a great job on the vocals. One weak point- Invisible Kid is horrible, for me this song is unbearable to listen (minus one star).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By B. D. Whitaker on June 7 2003
Format: Audio CD
I bought the new Metallica cd today and I have to say it is the biggest disappointment imaginable. I have been a fan of Metallica since Ride the Lightning and this is just not good. Problem #1: The production. The entire album sounds like it was recorded in a tin can. Metallica's signature sound (heavy guitars, driving bass and powerful drums) is gone. It has been replaced with this overpowered snare drum with all the song pretty much sounding the same. None of the songs are memorable, in fact, most of the CD sounds exactly the same. I've bought some great albums this year (Soilwork, Disturbed) and this just doesn't rank up there with them. I'll stick with "And Justice For All"
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By LeBrain HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on Jan. 27 2010
Format: Audio CD
Ahh, the much-maligned St. Anger! When I first reviewed St. Anger back in 2003, I pointed out that some Metallica fans are suffering from "Highschool Syndrome":

Highschool Syndrome: "The band doesn't sound the same as they did when I liked them in highschool, therefore they are sellouts and I don't like this album."

Even the harshest of critics would be hard-pressed to explain how St. Anger is a "sellout". An album recorded this harshly, with songs this aggressive by anyone else would get zero airplay. How is that selling out?

Perhaps by "selling out", some fans are referring to the lack of solos and the alternative, downtuned sounds on St. Anger. Unfortunatly the lack of solos is really a mistake. Kirk Hammett did record some very cool and appropriate solos for this album. Check out the movie Some Kind Of Monster for a glimpse at that. Every solo was cut, which Hammett felt was a mistake and so do I. As Hammett said in the movie, "Having no solos dates the album to THIS time (2003)". He was right.

Yes, the production by Bob Rock was definitely the wrong direction. He was overcompensating for what was perceived as overproduction on Load, Reload and Black. The band probably should have taken a production direction like they did on Garage Inc., but there's no point lamenting that. Bob Rock is my all-time favourite producer, and here he is also a writer, bassist, and defacto but temporary member of the band. The sound he created was so harsh that it is actually headache inducing to listen to St. Anger in one sitting. (And this is selling out?)

The songs contained herein are by and large pretty decent. The title track of course is brilliant, with a great video to match.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By James Badger on June 17 2004
Format: Audio CD
Before Metallica released St. Anger, there were obvious problems with the band. They had long since cut their hair and done away with their larger than life image from the 80's. They had begun moving toward a style of metal that could be more accessable to the public, and in doing so they alienated their long standing fans. Added to all this were the legal battles against Napster and digital music. There were more than a few Metallica fans who left the ranks because of the band's staunch stand against file sharing.
So what should the band release for their new album? Should they return to their roots and put out another album of blazing speed metal? Or should they push the envelope and see if they can reinvent Metallica? Of course they chose the latter, and this decision may prove to be their final undoing.
The decision to reinvent the band and its sound resulted in the album you're looking at here, St. Anger. You can't blame the band for trying, but almost everything about this album is wrong, wrong, wrong. The concept behind the album isn't a bad one. St. Anger is largely a first person exploration of James Hetfield's inner demons. He was, after all, fresh out of rehab.
So conceptually the album isn't too bad, but musically it's one of the worst things I've ever heard, and I've heard a LOT of records. The first thing you'll notice are the awful, ear-splittingly bad drums. The drums sound like Ulrich is playing on a Wal-Mart quality kit in a public bathroom. Honestly it sounds like he took his drum key, loosened the heads, and tried to get as much hum and echo as possible. So the tight, hard hitting, pulse driving drums from Metallica's early days are gone and all we have is wimpy, nasty, pathetic sounding drums.
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