Garage Inc. Import, SHM-CD
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Japanese only 2 x SHM Paper Sleeve pressing. The SHM-CD [Super High Material CD] format features enhanced audio quality through the use of a special polycarbonate plastic. Using a process developed by JVC and Universal Music Japan discovered through the joint companies' research into LCD display manufacturing, SHM-CDs feature improved transparency on the data side of the disc, allowing for more accurate reading of CD data by the CD player laser head. SHM-CD format CDs are fully compatible with standard CD players. Universal. 2010.
This double-disc, all-covers release could come to represent a vital turning point for Metallica. While disc 2 is a straightforward collection of every cover the group have recorded in its 16-year history, disc 1 comprises 11 new selections drawn from the oeuvres of such exciting and diverse artists as U.K. punks Discharge and nefarious Australian Nick Cave. The heavier songs, such as the Mercyful Fate medley, Black Sabbath's "Sabbra Cadabra," and the Misfits' "Die Die My Darling," prove that nobody delivers a crunching riff better than these metal veterans. But it is vocalist-guitarist James Hetfields's confident approach toward the likes of Cave's "Loverman" and Bob Seger's "Turn the Page" that delivers the most electricity; here his raw, heartfelt vocals are largely untouched. Given that the recharged group spent only three weeks in the studio recording these tracks, it appears that these guys have remembered the value of studio spontaneity over laborious pontificating. Hopefully, that mindset will resurface in future projects. --Steffan Chirazi --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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i love these new varsions of songs like "Last carees/green hell","Sabra caddabra","Whisky in the jar" (Thin Lizzy's classic) or "loverman" (Originaly performed by Nick Cave who has nothing to do wiht metal music...).album not deserves more that 4 stars because all in all it is not their brand new music anyway but these 4 stars are for amazing performances that are all here.hard rhythm section,heftield's deep vocals and hammet's fast solos are simply irresistible.of course this is not the classic Metallica from early years or Black album era but what the hell...i like it!
Disc 2, is shock full of old, vintage Metallica, from 1984, 1987, 1988, and the early 1990's. This disc completely blows the first disc away, and is of much interest to dedicated fans. The first 5 tracks are the remastered "Garage Days Re-Revisited" tracks from 1987, which are Jason Newsted's first ever studio recordings with Metallica. "Helpless (Diamond Head)"
"Last Caress (The Misfits)", & "The Wait (Holocaust)" are among the highlights of that EP. Following this 1987 EP, are some tracks recorded in 1984 (with Cliff Burton on bass), b-sides to singles from "...And Justice for All (1988)", and a cover of Queen's "Stone Cold Crazy (1990)." The last few tracks on this disc, are covers of Motorhead classics, that were recorded in 1995, prior to the release of the controversial "Load (1996)" album. I suggest you get this double CD set used, and avoid the
"WAL-MART version", which I accidentally bought back in 1998. This version beeps out all swears, which can get really annoying at times. Luckily, I re-bought this album in 1999, when it was on sale.
The division of the 2 discs is pretty clear - Disc 1 has recently recorded covers that will appeal more to the Load/Reload crowd, while Disc 2 has some of Metallica's classic metal covers collected for the first time. While many older fans might have the majority of Disc 2's tracks on one obscure bootleg or another, new and old fans alike can enjoy most of Disc 1's selections. The tracks tend to run hot and cold, but the good news is that there is far more good than bad. Standout tracks like "Turn The Page", "Stone Cold Crazy", and "Helpless" have quickly become concert favorites. The only really substandard tracks are the Discharge covers, which pretty much consist of a decent riff with James screaming the title of the song over and over.
All in all, you get alot of bang for your buck. Recommended for any rock or metal fan.
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Great Metallica, I love listening to this just loud enough to blow the wax out of my ears!!!Published 3 months ago by Ed Boyt
It is not the best album for metallica,a garage ambience ,the best song is whisky in the jar.For the real fans.Published 20 months ago by JeanMcCarthy
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"... Read morePublished on Dec 24 2012 by Igor
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... Read morePublished on Oct. 7 2006 by Jason Hutton
not the best chice 2 do a garage inc
but this album was good just like all the rest a little bit too long but still good I relly like the misfits covers
but there was... Read more