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Metallica - Best 2002 – 2003 album

Metallica - Best 2002 – 2003 album Performer: Metallica
Title: Best 2002 – 2003
Style: Heavy Metal
Date of release: 2003
Size MP3: 1501 mb
Size FLAC: 1470 mb
Rating: 4.4
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Anger is the eighth studio album by American heavy metal band Metallica, released on June 5, 2003. It was the last Metallica album released through Elektra Records and the final collaboration between Metallica and producer Bob Rock, who had worked with Metallica since 1991. The artwork was created by Metallica collaborator Pushead. Prior to recording, bassist Jason Newsted left the band, which resulted in Bob Rock playing the bass guitar on the album

Easily the best Metallica album and definitely much better than the black album. It is the fastest and most aggressive LP they have ever put out and has like 10 songs but isn't too long. Their black album generated not only some of their best songs, but the highest quantity of great songs from one album, beginning with their opener, Enter Sandman. Then comes Sad But True, Holier Than Thou, The Unforgiven, Wherever I May Roam, Through the Never, and Nothing Else Matters

Metallica albums run the gamut from the album that redefined thrash metal to that ill-advised collaboration – here we look back on their back catalogue from worst to best. It's fair to say Metallica albums have been more scrutinised more intensely than pretty much any other metal back catalogue on the planet – but then no other metal band in history has achieved so much. From the dingy garages of LA to the world’s biggest stadia, the band founded by James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich in 1981 have revolutionised metal, creating a body of work that stands alongside the very best of Sabbath, Maiden and Priest when it comes to defining the genre.

The Best Metal Albums of 2003. 3. Marilyn Manson - The Golden Age of Grotesque.

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Anger was released on June 5, 2003 through Elektra Records. Not only was it the band's first album of the 21st century, but it was the band's last album released through Elektra, thus marking the end of the longest timespan between studio albums from Metallica, with nearly six years between the release of ReLoad and this album.

Metallica are one of the most important bands in the history of heavy metal, which makes choosing the best song from each of their studio albums a rather daunting task. Their first four studio projects helped lay the groundwork for the thrash revolution which reinvigorated the genre in the early '80s. After reaching something of a creative dead end at the end of that decade, Metallica simplified their sound for 1991's "Black Album," which earned them the largest commercial success a heavy metal band has ever seen, but also alienated some of their original fans

Tracklist

Disc 1-1 Whiskey In The Jar
Disc 1-2 The Memory Remains
Disc 1-3 The Unforgiven
Disc 1-4 Devil’s Dance
Disc 1-5 Jump In The Fire
Disc 1-6 King Nothing
Disc 1-7 Fade To Black
Disc 1-8 Whiplash
Disc 1-9 Until It Sleeps
Disc 1-10 Hero Of The Day
Disc 1-11 Seek And Destroy
Disc 1-12 Fuel
Disc 1-13 Mama Said
Disc 1-14 Last Caress/ Green Hell
Disc 1-15 No Leaf Clover
Disc 2-1 I Disappear
Disc 2-2 Battery
Disc 2-3 Nothing Else Matters
Disc 2-4 So What
Disc 2-5 For Whom The Bell Tolls
Disc 2-6 Enter Sandman
Disc 2-7 Fight Fire With Fire
Disc 2-8 Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
Disc 2-9 Of Wolf And Man
Disc 2-10 Harvester Of Sorrow
Disc 2-11 Sad But True
Disc 2-12 Die, Die My Darling
Disc 2-13 Wherever I May Roam
Disc 2-14 One
Disc 2-15 - Human

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 077779 750627
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): ABBC-11-0593
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): ABBC-11-0594