Favorite Metallica songs !!

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Anyone interested in the greatest heavy metal band ever ??
 

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Early..as in 80's before they were even well known.
Kill Em All. Seek and Destroy. Master of Puppets...you know..before the Black Album. :)
 

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I'm a big Metallica fan, and also take issue with folks who disliked their evolution.

Even the song King Nothing...if you put that on a sound system that has balls its literally impossible not to get the chills
 

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They're ok for a bunch of Canuks.

But I do know my least favorite Metallica song. That was the one who had that old dried-up hippie chick singing at the end. She sounded like a goat or something. Do all old hippies sound like goats or something?

 

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I was always partial to Pink Floyd as a metal based on the message of their lyrics. But they were not always consistent in that area but the early years was interesting. I am not saying that they are the greatest but are honorable mention material.

Still even metallic played some of their songs which is a tribute to them.
 

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Say it isn't so NC! lol They are hard rockers and don't mute much no doubt, but I gotta say when I hear a few of their songs the need to break out in some goofy dance hits strong!
It's just too much like noise to me. Gives me a headache.

I like that 80's happy music.

But, hey, everybodys different.
 

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Arguably the best metal song ever

That one never really did it for me. Although Moonsorrow did an amazing cover which is better than the original in my opinion. I'm sure the vocals are a big turn off for many.

 
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King of nothing is bad azzz!!

Ride the lighting - 1) Fade to Black 2) For whom the Bell 3) Creeping death 4) R the L

Master of puppets 1) M of P 2) Battery 3) Welcome Home 4) The Thing !!!

Justice - 1 ) One 2) Blacken 3) Dyers Eve

Black 1) God that failed 2) Nothing else matters 3) Wherever I roam 4) Sad but T 5) Sandman
 
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Load and Reload !!
1) King of Nothing 2) Until it Sleeps 3) Whisky 4) ain’t my B
 

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Say it isn't so NC! lol They are hard rockers and don't mute much no doubt, but I gotta say when I hear a few of their songs the need to break out in some goofy dance hits strong!
It's just too much like noise to me. Gives me a headache.

I like that 80's happy music.

But, hey, everybodys different.
A lot of great tunes from the 80's for sure; I'm more of a 90's type when rock evolved into progressive rock and some alternative genres came into the mix. For me it's more about the energy when watching a live performance. One thing for sure, Metallica had exceptional stage energy when I saw them and interacted with the fans well. To say the crowd was fired up would be an understatement. I look forward when outdoor concerts are a thing again.
 

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Say it isn't so NC! lol They are hard rockers and don't mute much no doubt, but I gotta say when I hear a few of their songs the need to break out in some goofy dance hits strong!
It's just too much like noise to me. Gives me a headache.

I like that 80's happy music.

But, hey, everybodys different.
A lot of great tunes from the 80's for sure; I'm more of a 90's type when rock evolved into progressive rock and some alternative genres came into the mix. For me it's more about the energy when watching a live performance. One thing for sure, Metallica had exceptional stage energy when I saw them and interacted with the fans well. To say the crowd was fired up would be an understatement. I look forward when outdoor concerts are a thing again.

Metallica was my first outdoor concert. Mid 90s. I still have the ticket stub somewhere around here.
 
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Say it isn't so NC! lol They are hard rockers and don't mute much no doubt, but I gotta say when I hear a few of their songs the need to break out in some goofy dance hits strong!
It's just too much like noise to me. Gives me a headache.
I like both but it must be late 70s to mid 90s
I like that 80's happy music.

But, hey, everybodys different.
 
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Say it isn't so NC! lol They are hard rockers and don't mute much no doubt, but I gotta say when I hear a few of their songs the need to break out in some goofy dance hits strong!
It's just too much like noise to me. Gives me a headache.

I like that 80's happy music.

But, hey, everybodys different.
A lot of great tunes from the 80's for sure; I'm more of a 90's type when rock evolved into progressive rock and some alternative genres came into the mix. For me it's more about the energy when watching a live performance. One thing for sure, Metallica had exceptional stage energy when I saw them and interacted with the fans well. To say the crowd was fired up would be an understatement. I look forward when outdoor concerts are a thing again.

Metallica was my first outdoor concert. Mid 90s. I still have the ticket stub somewhere around here.
I first saw them with Guns N’ Roses in Detroit
 

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Say it isn't so NC! lol They are hard rockers and don't mute much no doubt, but I gotta say when I hear a few of their songs the need to break out in some goofy dance hits strong!
It's just too much like noise to me. Gives me a headache.

I like that 80's happy music.

But, hey, everybodys different.
A lot of great tunes from the 80's for sure; I'm more of a 90's type when rock evolved into progressive rock and some alternative genres came into the mix. For me it's more about the energy when watching a live performance. One thing for sure, Metallica had exceptional stage energy when I saw them and interacted with the fans well. To say the crowd was fired up would be an understatement. I look forward when outdoor concerts are a thing again.
Best outdoor concert I ever went to was a Westwood One Billy Idol concert. I say best just because it was the most fun one.
 

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