St. Anger

St. Anger Type: Full CD
Publisher: Elektra
Published in: 2003

11 tracks

Running time Approx. 80 minutes

Band Members:

Kirk Hammett
James Hetchfield
Lars Ulrich
Robert Trujillo

This album completely sucked. They could have done way better than what they have been for the past couple of years. They really need to start practicing more or something. This band needs to go away now.

Tracks:
1.   Frantic
2.   St. Anger
3.   Some Kind Of Monster
4.   Dirty Window
5.   Invisible Kid
6.   My World
7.   Shoot Me Again
8.   Sweet Amber
9.   The Unnamed Feeling
10.   Purify
11.   All Within My Hands
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Anonymous Fri 23 Jun, 2006 10:37 pm

I don't think this album is crap, in fact i think its fully metallica. if you watch the documentry, st. anger you'd understand why it came out this way, it expresses the anger James has had prior to the releaseing of this album. but Lars was wrong to tell Kirk to stop his solos because thats one of the things metallica's famouse for. Lars' drumming is great but it needs to be turned down a bit and let the guitars be main part of there songs as they used to.

Anonymous Thu 19 Jan, 2006 11:01 pm

Two words: DRUM HEAVY! The album's drums overpower everything. IF there was a face-melting solo in it, nobody could hear it! Metallica, please give us another album like Ride the Lightning, because believe it or not we still love the music from your glory days of the 80's.

buttons Fri 26 Nov, 2004 11:11 am

Album is the newest of the metallica band, all of the band has played in it and it also includes with a bonus DVD of the band practising LIVE all the songs in the order of the CD.

St. Anger was pretty pathetic as their older songs and albums includes solo's that you could actually tap and hammer on and off, yet the new one is ok as the Frantic song was kinda catchy and really easy to learn and the "some kind of anger" which is also bring out a movie or has already and i havent heard of it :P yet is really easy and catchy too, i'd say this album is more realaxing and laid back than the others, metallica better shape up if they want their albums to sell like the old one's.

~~buttons~~

Cesar_L Fri 16 Jul, 2004 12:17 am

Latest Metallica Album

12 Tracks, includes rehersals dvd and the intro of new bassist Robert Trujillo

Compared to Metallica of the past, they have really changed. There are not as many face melting solos from Hettfield and ocasionally it sounds as if he were trying to imitate the squealing of a dog

Overall St. Anger is ok at best

k7shaker Sat 24 Apr, 2004 9:44 pm

St.Anger was a shock to both old and new fans of Metallica.(As we all have already learned, we can't predict what they'd do in their next album.)
The first thing that came into my mind about St.Anger was that it's something
new. It's surely not in the same style with the Black or Load an Reload and you'll find little similarities between this one and old ones like kill'em all.
Music of St.Anger is somehow a new experience in life of Metallica. There are
no solos or even "Lead Guitaring" like what we have seen from Kirk Hammett before. In St.Anger he does the same thing that Jaymz does , Besides the lyrics
are different from other albums.
St.Anger may appear a load of crap at first but the more you listen the more you'll like it. Take this as a suggestion. It's an acceptable album in total ; not the best but fine.


I myself hated it at first but as I said it bewitched me gradually and now it's one of my favorites. The only thing that annoyes me about St.Anger is the sharp
sound of drums. It's totally different from what we have heard from Lars.
I liked the tracks : My world, Unnamed feeling , Frantic and St.Anger of course.

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