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Old 04-11-2014, 11:27 AM   #191 (permalink)
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I irrationally used to hate Metallica because his stupid redneck voice and crusade against Napster ruined my childhood. Not to mention the first album I heard was 'St. Anger'.

I'll admit they've grown on me though, since it was pointed out I listen to plenty of other very similar artists. Sometimes I miss hating them, it made me special.

Any other band I hate isn't irrational, I just straight up I don't like how they sound.
I always rationalized my hatred for Metallica, for various reasons. Even though I hate the band I don't hate every member. I have respect for Kirk Hammett as an artist, but I can't stand James H or Lars U.
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Old 04-11-2014, 11:50 AM   #192 (permalink)
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Millions. I realize I get on people's nerves saying this, but you're still very very young. No offense intended. We all grow out of things.
I find the opposite is true.
I find as I get older I listen to more of the stuff I used listening to, not less.
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Old 04-11-2014, 11:58 AM   #193 (permalink)
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I find the opposite is true.
I find as I get older I listen to more of the stuff I used listening to, not less.
I tend to do the same. On quite a few occassions I throw something on for nostalgia purpose and find I have really missed out on listening to something worthwhile. I don't ever want to grow out of my Duran Duran days.
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I irrationally used to hate Metallica because his stupid redneck voice and crusade against Napster ruined my childhood. Not to mention the first album I heard was 'St. Anger'.

I'll admit they've grown on me though, since it was pointed out I listen to plenty of other very similar artists. Sometimes I miss hating them, it made me special.

Any other band I hate isn't irrational, I just straight up I don't like how they sound.
Have you seen their 'Some kind of monster' doc? i found it very interesting even though idk alot about Metallica.

It explains alot about the inner dynamics of the band and it made me see Metallica in a new way.
Plus seeing Lars and James constantly arguing was entertaining as hell.
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Have you seen their 'Some kind of monster' doc? i found it very interesting even though idk alot about Metallica.

It explains alot about the inner dynamics of the band and it made me see Metallica in a new way.
Plus seeing Lars and James constantly arguing was entertaining as hell.
I thought that documentary made them look like head case primadonnas. It seriously shed light into why Dave Mustaine was much better leaving that band in the dust.
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I thought that documentary made them look like head case primadonnas. It seriously shed light into why Dave Mustaine was much better leaving that band in the dust.
That's a little harsh but also accurate. lol

I found it very interesting to see things from their perspective.

Plus i luv music docs, it doesn't matter if idk the artist i still enjoy them.
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That's a little harsh but also accurate. lol

I found it very interesting to see things from their perspective.

Plus i luv music docs, it doesn't matter if idk the artist i still enjoy them.
I was well aware of their primadonna attitudes previous to viewing that Doc. Lars Ulrich is the biggest baby on the planet. I enjoyed the Doc to a certain point. When they got into therapy it made the Doc almost unwatchable. Rob Trujillo and Kirk Hammett I still respect, although Kirk Hammett came across as a pushover and soft.
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I was well aware of their primadonna attitudes previous to viewing that Doc. Lars Ulrich is the biggest baby on the planet. I enjoyed the Doc to a certain point. When they got into therapy it made the Doc almost unwatchable. Rob Trujillo and Kirk Hammett I still respect, although Kirk Hammett came across as a pushover and soft.
haha the doctor thought he was a member of Metallica
He got a little too intrusive imo but it made for some entertaining drama.

And true it showed how kirk has been push over since the beginning and how they were trying to change that.

Also the whole bassist selection was interesting to watch as well, i never disliked Metallica and it didn't surprise me they were a bunch a primadonnas as you say, that comes with fame i think, what i really liked about the doc is that it shows how flawed they are as a band and as ppl.

it tore the preconception i had of them as rock gods to just being musicians trying to keep their band together.
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I always rationalized my hatred for Metallica, for various reasons. Even though I hate the band I don't hate every member. I have respect for Kirk Hammett as an artist, but I can't stand James H or Lars U.
Yeah I really hate Hetfield. Them as people I'm totally indifferent on, because we never gonna kick it, why should I give a ****?

If Metallica was an instrumental band, I'd dig them a lot more. They have some right masterpieces when James has to sit in the corner.

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Have you seen their 'Some kind of monster' doc? i found it very interesting even though idk alot about Metallica.

It explains alot about the inner dynamics of the band and it made me see Metallica in a new way.
Plus seeing Lars and James constantly arguing was entertaining as hell.
I think I saw part of it. All I remember is the satanic falcon though haha. We have two kites, one an eagle and one a falcon, and the falcon's name was based off that doc.
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