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Ride The Lightning
Ride The Lightning
Price: 6.28

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Their best album without a doubt, 4 Sep 2007
This review is from: Ride The Lightning (Audio CD)
This is Metallica's finest, it contains great moments and has few faults.

What I would like to state however is that only two songs were co-written with Dave Mustaine these being "Ride the lightning" and "the call of ktulu." Though these are key tracks, Kirk Hammet clearly had more to do with this album than Dave Mustaine.

The first track is good but nothing in comparison to the opener of "Master of Puppets - battery". 3.5/5

"Ride the Lightning" the title track is brilliant and is one of the album's highlights. The guitar solo's are great but its James Hetfield's voice and riffs that make this song awesome. 4.5/5

Great live, "For Whom The Bell Tolls" could have been the only song off the album to follow "ride the lighning." This song is just the ultimate mosher tune. 5/5

Definitevly the best song on the album, showing how good a guitarist Kirk Hammett is you can tell he was taught by Joe Satriani, this song is incredible hats off to Metallica for "Fade to Black." 5/5

Its hard form this point not to just replay some of the previous songs or just skip forward to "Creeping Death" or "The call of ktulu", however "trapped under ice" is worth a good listen and though it is weak on this album it would be one of the best on later albums like "st. anger" 3.5/5

"Escape" for me is the worst song out of all, though this possible maybe more down to my personal dislike for this song its not bad. 3/5

"Creeping Death" a great song that gets even better when heard live especially when the crowd are asked to shout out die and for some i know their favourite off the album, fantastic! 4.5/5

"The Call of Ktulu" if the most epic song nearly ever by metallica with obviously one taking that prize, a great way to finish off an album but especially for "ride the lighning", though after having heard it many times it can get boring. 4/5


The Singles
The Singles
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Price: 4.73

15 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A great album and if your a true Feeder fan you would get it anyway, 28 May 2006
This review is from: The Singles (Audio CD)
Come Back Around - Great song 9/10

Buck Rogers - There best known song 10/10

Shatter - Heavy Feeder song and brilliant 10/10

Just The Way I'm Feeling - Sounds a tad like Oasis 9/10

Lost & Found - Short but a really good song. Great chorus 10/10

Just A Day - Very fast possibly there best song 11/10

High - Great contrast to the previous song 9/10

Comfort In Sound - Great Lyrics and guitar 10/10

Feeling A Moment - My personal favourite I just love it. 12/10

Burn The Bridges - Epic song. 10/10

Tumble & Fall - Interesting but I find it dull compared 8/10

Forget About Tommorow - Great singing from Grant Nicholas 9/10

Tender - I really like the lyrics and the tune is good 9/10

Pushing TheSenses - Live this is great and on the album 10/10

Save Us - A good song. Not so catchy. guitar is great 10/10

Seven Days In The Sun - Just too good and stands out 11/10

Insomnia - Quick song and different i like it 9/10

Turn - A great song the ending is the best of all the Feeder songs 12/10

Yesterday Went Too soon - Epic and a this shoul have ended the album 10/10

Suffocate - a Bad way to end the album in my opnion 7/10

Overall the album is one of my fav's. If you don't have their albums its a must.

Just because of the order I got it but now i don't have to listen to Fillers!


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