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  • Audio CD (13 Aug. 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Double CD
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B00DDTKF1E
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 26,037 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Yes, I know it's not Metallica, I was being witty!...

However Jason Newsted was the full time bassist in Metallica for about 15 years and if Metallica had released anything as good as this since he left in 2000 then they would still be one of the best bands on the planet instead of living on past glories.

Powerfull well produced metal, highly recommended. Well done Jason Newsted....
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This album is so refreshing, Jason has looked backwards in order to go forwards with this release. It's all here , Double kick drums, Distorted Bass, huge guitars (solo's & catchy melodies). Jason's voice is as good as the metal EP hinted at. This album doesn't drag, there aren't any album fillers or half assed songs here. It's simply an old school metal feel that's been dragged in to the modern day, all of the songs on here are allowed to breathe & you can here everything that is going on. This is hands down the best mixed album I have heard in a long time, it doesn't have all of the other issues like Death Magnetic (terrible mix)did. The production & mixing are 1st class making this an album that doesn't hurt your ears like a lot of recent releases have.

This album has been played on my home stereo, in my car, on my mp3 player & phone, It sounds great on all of these systems & that's good enough for me. This is a great 1st album & hopefully Newsted will go onto make better albums, as for a 5 star album it's good but not a out and out classic. Too many people just say 5 star to everything (how can you compare this to Master of Puppets, Blood Mountain, The Blackening, or any other albums that where way above anything else).

With the quality of song writing here from Jason it makes you wonder, what if metallica had actually written more with Jason,
how would things have turned out ? we'll never know the answer to that one & judging by this album it doesn't matter. Jason is back doing what he does best & that's all that matters.

If you like Heavy Metal Music then you should add this to your collection as it simply is... Heavy Metal Music
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Heavy Metal Music - never one to shy away from the Metal Tag Jason Newsted plays is loud and proud on this first full length CD from the ex Flotsam & Jetsam/Metallica Bassists - makes a great companion to the Metal EP released in January. Jason has surrounded himself with some like-minded band mates to produce an album of quality and maturity - buy and enjoy \m/
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I recently bought 2 new CD's - Megadeth 'Super Collider' and this album. When I first listened to 'Super Collider' I thought it was not too bad and couldn't understand why everyone had given it such bad reviews. When I first listened to 'Heavy Metal Music' I thought it was poor and couldn't understand why it had received so many good reviews on Amazon. Fast forward a mere week and 'Super Collider' is back in it's case as it got very boring very quickly. On the other hand, Heavy Metal Music is still being played. In fact now a month later I am still listening to it on a daily basis. When I first heard the album I thought the songs were a bit tedious and unoriginal and the lyrics really lame. However, the more I have listened the more it has grown on me. I don't think there is a bad song on the album, the sound quality and mixing is excellent, the songs are brutal in places but never over the top, there are are moments of great musicianship and intricate harmonies along with pure detuned power chord heaven. The lyrics in places are pretty rubbish but at the end of the day, the vocals are there just to give a bit of direction to the heavy metal smorgasbord that is served up alongside it.
Really pleased for Jason - if Metallica had knocked out something like this recently I think the crtics would be, quite rightly, hailing a new era for them. As it is Newsted will have a limited audience, but I for 1 am glad I took a punt and bought this album. If you do buy it, just make sure you don't dismiss it after a few listens.
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Im a massive fan of Jason Newsted, ever since his debut back in 1986 with Flotsam & Jetsam. That bass playing on their debut album was stellar, very similar to Steve Harris in sound although JN plays with a pick mostly as opposed to Harris' finger plucking style. We all know that Metallica to their detriment never made the full use of the man's talent and he was forced to jump ship (and no doubt lose a lot of cash) in order to fulfil his aspirations musically.

After intriguing spells with Echobrain & Voivod, this all lead to his latest offering; not so much a solo project as a band bearing his metal vision to the max.

The album is mostly mid to fast tempo heavy metal as the title really gives away. There's nothing fancy here but perhaps this is its strength; heavy & uncompromising but free of the excesses of much of the modern metal scene. Jason doesn't go for Dickinson or Halford highs, more of a Lemmy/Hetfield hoarse, aggressive voice and the bass playing is powerful in a Geezer Butler/Lemmy (again) kind of way - nothing overly technical but powerful & driving and up high in the mix. Soldierhead is perhaps a prime example.

I cant give it 5 stars as one or two tracks are filler standard and I also think the drumming and guitar work, although solid, could be a little more exciting. It does feel a little bit safe at times.

Still Jasonic himself gives it his all, the production is sound and there are enough good songs to give this a 4 star rating.

I would certainly like to hear more from the band!!!
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