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Old 04-14-2006, 12:35 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Cliff was amazing. he was easily my favourite Tallica member and metallica's first three albums are brilliant. I don't like new metallica, but I'm still a big fan as I love the music they made in the past.
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Old 04-14-2006, 12:35 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Actually Cliff did a lot of the writing, especially on MOP. But if Cliff had still been around then I doubt 'tallica would have worked with Bob Rock, who as a producer had a negative effect on their music. Fortunately they aren't having him on the next album.
Agreed. Bob Rock sucks
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Old 04-14-2006, 12:37 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Hopefully Rick Ruben can do better, they need someone to get them to do a 180 away from St. Anger.
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Old 04-14-2006, 12:40 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Old 04-14-2006, 12:51 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Hopefully Rick Ruben can do better, they need someone to get them to do a 180 away from St. Anger.
he worked with johnny cash on unchained and/or (im not sure off the top of my head) american recordings, i really hope it's different from their recent stuff
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Excerpts from a recent Metallica interview:

"This time around we've each brought in ideas as we used to - as well as working on some jams we had from two summers ago - and James and I are sorting through our CDs of riffs to put together stuff back as we did in the day."

"The new stuff is much more organic, more old school. It certainly doesn't feel like 'St.Anger' Part Two"

"Six or seven songs are nearly compete, although they don't have the vocals sorted out yet."

"The album is due for release in early 2007."

<In reference to St. Anger>

"It was really important to make that record in the way we did...proving to ourselves that we still had the spark...'St.Anger' was fun but we don't need to make that album again."

<In reference to Bob Rock>

"We had great fun with Bob...but it seemed that after 15 years it was time to try some different things and get a different perspective. As you get older you get set in your ways and get very ****ing spoilt. It was important for us not to get stuck. Rick [Rubin] makes you think about everything - he sees the big picture and has big ideas. It's working out great. We're excited hearing this **** come together!"
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"The new stuff is much more organic, more old school. It certainly doesn't feel like 'St.Anger' Part Two"

Cool. That sounds promising.
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Old 04-14-2006, 02:16 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Cliff was amazing. he was easily my favourite Tallica member and metallica's first three albums are brilliant. I don't like new metallica, but I'm still a big fan as I love the music they made in the past.
Yeah, but i still think their new stuff is mediocre by Metallica standards, you think they would be better now that they replaced Newsted with a better bassist, but nay.
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you think they would be better now that they replaced Newsted with a better bassist, but nay.
They haven't released an album with Trujillo on bass yet, unless you're talking about their live shows.

Personally, I preferred Jason.
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Agreed. Bob Rock sucks
104th'ed. Also, I love Cliff, but if not for Kirk, Metallica wouldn't be as good. That mans a ****ing genius.
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