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  • Label: Virgin EMI
  • Copyright: (C) 1991 Metallica
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  • Total Length: 1:02:33
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  • ASIN: B001KEXBQK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (208 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,559 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D. A. Cure VINE VOICE on 4 Oct 2005
Format: Audio CD
They're all here - Sad But True, Unforgiven, Wherever I May Roam, Nothing Else Matters, and of course Sandman. Its good - in fact its great, but in my humble view ...And Justice for All was their finest hour, so it doesn't quite match that album, and by this stage they'd lost their speed and technicality. Having said that, this is one of those seminal albums that will stand the test of time as a classic like Nevermind, Appetite for Destruction, 4 Symbols, and Dark Side of the Moon. My personal favourite is Don't Tread on Me, which sums up their essence in its harmonised lead riff, and strong Hetfield Chorus. Often cited for its great production, it features a far more standardised production than its predecessors, which gives it a bigger sound, but I guess this was a reaction to the unfair criticism over the lack of reverb on Justice. This is a great album that any fan of guitar-based music should own.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By genejoke on 21 Sep 2007
Format: Audio CD
Wow, this was the album that got me into Metallica. Often fairly simple but it works on a primal level. Enter Sandman is legendary, I need not say more.
Sad but true, simple, a repetitive beat and easy to pick up lyrics.
Holier than though picks up the pace a little, not the best here but a good song nonetheless.
Unforgiven. Classic.
Wherever I may roam. brooding and menacing. great stuff. slow versus building up to a powerful chorus.
Don't tread on me is a defiant track which thunders along.
Through the never. Again speeds along, before slowing for Hetfields vocals which he spits out with his usual ferocity. Not the greatest metallica track.
Nothing else matters. Classic rock ballad. Emotive guitar works, sedate drumming and genuinly good vocals that show hetfield isn't just a grunter.
Of wolf and men, comes thindering in after and states in no uncertain terms that metallica havent gone soft. The guitar riff is full of power and is unforgettable.
God that Failed, enters with drum and bass before guitars echo in building to a typically metallica riff.
my friend misery, begins with a haunting guitar, that is joined by the rest of the band soon after. Hetfields vocals are a little more subdued here, giving a potent effect.
struggle within, closes the album, beginning with a marching drum beat, before kicking into very fast vocals for the verses. Possibly the weakest track present.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Tyrone on 1 Dec 2003
Format: Audio CD
A brilliant album for this great metal band. This is one of those albums that you can listen to all the way through without stopping. Every song on this album is great but these are my faves.
Enter sandman: Spooky tune, perfect lyrics, sweet intro, and one of the greatest guitar solos in the history of metal.
The Unforgiven: Slower than what were used to, but thats not a bad thing. This is one of the most beatiful rock songs ever.
Nothing else matters: Slow and melodic. a beautiful piece of music. Even though the song is slow the band still manages to get a guitar solo in the song.
The struggle within: Old school, fast paced metal. classic Metallica, with a wicked intro.
Sad but true: Heavy with wicked lyrics, what more can I say?
Wherever I may roam: A cool tune and sweet lyrics and a somewhat egyptianized intro which is weird, but it suits the song good. So in short, a wicked song.
The Black album is the perfect album for Rock fans.
If you like this album you should check out "Master of Puppets"
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Paul on 8 July 2007
Format: Audio CD
This review seems almost a pointless exercise as a) everyone probably owns this and b) most people say this is Metallicas finest work. Well I disagree with the latter reason. I love this album and gave it a truly deserved 5 (probably be a 9/10 if that was an option) but that is listening to it on its own merits, ie being adult about it. Listening in a little more childish manner this would be rated as a Metallica album and therefore compared to their other work. This album is far superior to St Anger, but then so was Take That's last effort I imagine. It is the best of the "new" more abbreviated Metallica which includes Load and Reload but it pales somewhat next to the previous 4 outings, especially master of Puppets which has to be the pinnacle for the band musically if not commercially. This album brought Metallica into the mainstream and found them lots of new fans but I will always remember this as the beginning of the end for the band. One reviewer compares this to Back in Black, I agree, that album is also excellent but not the bands (AC/DC) finest and also the start of something new and not altogether wonderful!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Henry on 16 Jun 2002
Format: Audio CD
This brilliant album from Metallica converted me to the heavy metal genre. Before I heard this masterpiece, I didn't think much of said genre, but after its sound graced my bedroom, I was a changed man.
Opening up with "Enter Sandman", which starts off with a delightful guitar riff, never fails to blow me away. Following up from that is "Sad But True", which has the same effect as "Enter Sandman".
Then there is "The Unforgiven" and "Nothing Else Matters". These two tracks slow things down a little, the latter being my favourite track on the album. It's a very emotional track with lyrics that are easy to sing along to, plus the coolest guitar solo I have ever heard, even better than that of "Hotel California" (by the Eagles), except more short, sharp and sweet.
The album finishes with the lighting speed guitar work of "Struggle Within", which always gets the head banging, and the hands mimicking a guitarist.
Now I listen to the likes of Iron Maiden and Manowar, having previously listened to bands like Stereophonics and Toploader.
Anyone could love this album: I know I did =)
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