St. Anger Maxi, Import, Single, Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics
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The First Single from their 2003 Album of the Same Name also Comes with Two Alternative Recordings of Ramones Songs the Band Recorded as Spec for the Tribute Album "we're a Happy Family": "Commando" and "Today Your Love, Tomorrow the World".
Never underestimate the regenerative powers of Metallica. Following the stripped-down Load and Re-Load, they've returned to the raw, vitriolic savagery of their earlier canon, using 1984's Ride the Lightning as a template for St. Anger. The title track provides the psychic lynchpin of the album by combining the bombast and defiance of the band's earliest high-water marks with more deliberate lyrics and emotional nakedness. Equally cathartic is "Some Kind of Monster," a lumbering beast of a song that declares, "This is the voice of silence no more." Despite that claim, there's an economy to these lyrics; James Hetfield's raw-toothed growl only occasionally punctuates the menacing soundscapes. In fact, "Dirty Windows," the standout track here, is a shimmering five-minute instrumental that's free of the baroque trappings that sometimes clutter the Metallica landscape. --Jaan Uhelszki
Top Customer Reviews
On top of all that, the title track is on BOTH of the CD singles!!! Don't buy their newer stuff, it sounds terrible and they lie to their fans!!!
So my recommendation to you is: Go buy single that includes these three songs, instead of this of this copy. You can get that for maybe $4 instead of this $25-version... DO NOT BUY THIS ONE
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Metallica cleaned up and this vid shows it. Change is a part of life. I only hope Meallica listens to this 2 years from now and modifies the sound. Too much mid-bass. Anyway St. Read morePublished on April 3 2004 by Fat Basterd
Metallica has yet to in my opinion make a bad cd. every one they have made i have. I also contain their vynals and they have yet to prove me wrong. Read morePublished on Jan. 26 2004 by karl beaman jr
The B-Sides of this single are excelent covers of the Ramones. It is a MUST-HAVE for collectors and fans alike.Published on Sept. 20 2003 by Clement J. Francis
I stood with Metallica through all the cries of sellout through the 90's. Sure, some of the songs, were not all that great, but I always figured they would eventually get serious... Read morePublished on Aug. 23 2003 by Reuben Herfindahl
The riff to this song is so good! Metallica just keep doing it, they just keep churning out some of the best music that's out there. Read morePublished on Aug. 9 2003