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Metallica - Death Magnetic (2008, 2CD+DVD)

EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE+LOG | 1.3 GB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 360 MB | Complete HQ Scans | PNG -> 270 MB
DVD -> NTSC, 720x480 (4:3), 29.97fps 9800Kbps | English (PCM 48kHz, stereo 1536Kbps) | 7.2Gb | 120 min.
Thrash Metal | Label: Universal/Vertigo #00602517804609 | RAR 3% Rec. |
... Limited Edition Coffin Box with 'Demo Magnetic" CD and 'Making Magnetic' DVD

Call Death Magnetic Kirk Hammett's revenge. Famously browbeaten into accepting Lars
Ulrich and producers Bob Rock's dictum that guitar solos were "dated"
and thereby verboten for 2003's St. Anger -- a fraught recording
chronicled on the 2004 documentary Some Kind of Monster -- Metallica's
lead guitarist dominates this 2008 sequel, playing with an euphoric fury
not heard in years, if not decades. This aesthetic shift isn't because
Hammett suddenly rules the band: powerless to add solos to St. Anger, he
couldn't reinstate them without the blessing of Ulrich and James
Hetfield, the politburo of Metallica. The duo suffered some combination
of shame and humility in the wake of the muddled St. Anger and Monster,
convincing these two unmovable forces to change direction. They ditched
longtime producer Rock -- who'd helmed every album since 1991's
breakthrough blockbuster Metallica -- in favor of Rick Rubin, patron
saint of all veteran rockers looking to reconnect with their early
spark. Rubin may be the go-to producer for wayward superstars but as the
producer of Slayer, he's also rooted in thrash, so he understands the
core of Metallica's greatness and gently steers them back to basics on
Death Magnetic.

Of course, Metallica's basics are pretty complex: intertwined guitar
riffs, frenetic solos, and thunderous double-bass drums stitched
together as intricate seven-minute suites. Metallica slowly weaned
themselves away from labyrinthine metal during the '90s, tempering their
intensity, straightening out riffs, spending nearly as much time
exploring detours as driving the main road, all the while losing sight
of their identity. This culminated in the confused St. Anger, a
transparent and botched attempt at returning to their roots, crippled by
the chaos surrounding the departure of bassist Jason Newsted. With all
their problems sorted out in public -- including replacing Newsted with
Robert Trujillo, who acquiesces to the Metallica custom of being buried
far, far in the mix -- the group embraces every gnarled, ugly thing they
eschewed in the years since "Metallica." Death Magnetic bounces the
band back to the days before Bob Rock, roughly sounding as if it could
come after ...And Justice for All. Such a deliberate revival of the
glory days can be tricky, as it could make a group seem stuck in the
past -- or, just as badly, they can get essential elements wrong -- but
Death Magnetic is a resounding success because they hunker down and
embrace their core strengths, recognizing that their greatest asset is
that nobody else makes noise in the same way as they do.

That's the pleasure of Death Magnetic: hearing Metallica sound like
Metallica again. Individual songs and, especially, Hetfield's lyrics --
less the confessional ballast of St. Anger, more a traditional blend of
angst and terror -- are secondary to how the band sounds, how they spit,
snarl, and surge, how they seem alive. Metallica isn't replicating
moves they made in the '80s, they're reinvigorated by the spirit of
their early years, adding shading they've learned in the '90s, whether
it's the symphonic tension of "The Unforgiven III" or threading curdled
blues licks through the thrash. Listening to the band play, it's hard
not to thrill at Metallica's mastery of aggression and escalation. There
is no denying that the band is older and settled, no longer fueled by
the hunger and testosterone that made their '80s albums so gripping, but
on Death Magnetic older doesn't mean less potent. Metallica is still
vitally violent and on this terrific album -- a de facto comeback, even
if they never really went away -- they're finally acting like they enjoy
being a great rock band.

~ by Stephen Thomas Erlewine,

Metallica - Death Magnetic (2008)
FLAC, IMG+CUE+LOG | 670 MB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 180 MB
Label: Universal/Vertigo #00602517737280 | RAR 3% Rec. |
Tracklist :

1. That Was Just Your Life - 7:08
2. The End of the Line - 7:52
3. Broken, Beat & Scarred - 6:25
4. The Day That Never Comes - 7:56
5. All Nightmare Long - 7:58
6. Cyanide - 6:40
7. The Unforgiven III - 7:47
8. The Judas Kiss - 8:01
9. Suicide & Redemption - 9:58
10. My Apocalypse - 5:01

Metallica - Demo Magnetic (2008)
FLAC, IMG+CUE+LOG | 610 MB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 180 MB
Label: Universal/Vertigo #00602517827318 | RAR 3% Rec. |
Tracklist :

1. Hi Guy - 7:11
2. Neinteen - 7:35
3. Black Squirrel - 6:13
4. Casper - 8:15
5. Flamingo - 7:59
6. German Soup - 6:32
7. Un3 - 7:51
8. Gymbag - 7:56
9. K2lu - 9:31
10. Ten - 5:19

Metallica - MakingMagnetic (2008)
DVD -> NTSC, 720x480 (4:3), 29.97fps 9800Kbps | English (PCM 48kHz, stereo 1536Kbps) | 7.2Gb | 120 min.
Label: Universal/Vertigo #00602517827301 | RAR 3% Rec. |
Tracklist :

1. That Was Just Your Life - 12:01
2. The End of the Line - 12:12
3. Broken, Beat & Scarred - 13:20
4. The Day That Never Comes - 10:48
5. All Nightmare Long - 10:00
6. Cyanide - 13:30
7. The Unforgiven III - 10:26
8. The Judas Kiss - 12:36
9. Suicide & Redemption - 12:12
10. My Apocalypse - 11:50

• James Hetfield - Guitars, Vocals
• Lars Ulrich - Drums
• Kirk Hammet - Guitars
• Robert Trujillo - Bass

Produced by Rick Rubin.
Recorded: April 2007–May 2008 at Sound City Studios, Van Nuys, Los Angeles,
and Shangri La Studios, Malibu, California; HQ, San Rafael, California.

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* Original CD -> EAC image, embedded cuesheet & more, foobar2000 ready, etc.

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Metallica - Making Magnetic

Metallica is an American heavy metal band from Los Angeles, California. The band's fast tempos,
instrumentals, and aggressive musicianship placed them as one of the
founding "big four" of thrash metal alongside Slayer, Megadeth, and
Anthrax. Metallica formed in 1981 when James Hetfield responded to an
advertisement that drummer Lars Ulrich had posted in a local newspaper.
The current line-up features founders Hetfield (vocals, rhythm guitar)
and Ulrich (drums), longtime lead guitarist Kirk Hammett and bassist
Robert Trujillo since 2003. Previous members of the band are lead
guitarist Dave Mustaine, who went on to found Megadeth, and bassists Ron
McGovney (demos only), Cliff Burton (the first three records, died in
1986), and Jason Newsted. The band also had a long collaboration with
producer Bob Rock, who produced all of its albums from 1990 to 2003 and
served as a temporary bassist between the departure of Newsted and the
hiring of Trujillo.

The band earned a growing fan-base in the underground music community
and critical acclaim with its first four albums, with their third,
Master of Puppets (1986), described as one of the most influential and
"heavy" thrash metal albums. Metallica achieved substantial commercial
success with their eponymous fifth album (also known as The Black
Album), which debuted at number one on the Billboard 200. With this
release the band expanded its musical direction resulting in an album
that appealed to a more mainstream audience.

In 2000, Metallica was among a number of artists who filed a lawsuit
against Napster for sharing the band's copyright-protected material for
free without any band member's consent. A settlement was reached, and
Napster became a pay-to-use service. Despite reaching number one on the
Billboard 200, the release of St. Anger (2003) alienated many fans with
the exclusion of guitar solos and the "steel-sounding" snare drum. A
film titled Some Kind of Monster documented the recording process of St.
Anger and the tensions within the band during that time. In 2009,
Metallica was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Metallica has released ten studio albums, four live albums, five
extended plays, 25 music videos, and 37 singles. The band has won nine
Grammy Awards, and has had five consecutive albums debut at number one
on the Billboard 200, making Metallica the first band to do so. The
band's eponymous 1991 album has sold over 16 million copies in the
United States, making it the best-selling album of the SoundScan era.
Metallica ranks as one of the most commercially successful bands of all
time, having sold over 110 million records worldwide. Metallica has also
been listed and ranked as one of the greatest bands of all time by many
magazines, including Rolling Stone, which ranked them 61st on its list
of The 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. As of December 2012, Metallica
is the fourth best-selling music artist since the SoundScan era began
tracking sales on May 25, 1991, selling a total of 53,642,000 albums in
the United States alone.

In 2012, Metallica formed the independent record label Blackened
Recordings, and have acquired the rights to all of their studio albums.

- Discography -
Studio albums

 Kill 'Em All (1983)
 Ride the Lightning (1984)
 Master of Puppets (1986)
 ...And Justice for All (1988)
 Metallica (1991)
 Load (1996)
 Reload (1997)
 St. Anger (2003)
 Death Magnetic (2008)

Metallica - Making Magnetic
- Description -
DVD walked with coffin box.
He recorded the work on each new track record.
- Video -
Format : MPEG Video
Format version : Version 2
Bit rate : 6 830 Kbps
Width : 720 pixels
Height : 480 pixels
Display aspect ratio : 4:3
Standard : NTSC
- Audio -
Format : PCM
Bit rate : 1 536 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels

1. "That Was Just Your Life" 12:01
2. "The End of the Line" 12:12
3. "Broken, Beat & Scarred" 13:20
4. "The Day That Never Comes" 10:48
5. "All Nightmare Long" 10:00
6. "Cyanide" 13:30
7. "The Unforgiven III" 10:26
8. "The Judas Kiss" 12:36
9. "Suicide & Redemption" 12:12
10. "My Apocalypse" 11:50

James Hetfield – lead vocals, rhythm guitar (1981–present)
  Kirk Hammett – lead guitar, backing vocals (1983–present)
  Lars Ulrich – drums, percussion (1981–present)
  Robert Trujillo – bass guitar, backing vocals (2003–present)

7.16 GB

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