Review #235: Metallica, Metallica

#235: Metallica, Metallica

Remember how I said in my last review that old-school heavy metal albums were the driving force of my project? Well, listening to two old-school heavy metal albums back to back makes it even better.

Master of Reality was released in 1971, and Metallica’s black album came out in 1991. When I turned this record on, I immediately thought, Wow, metal came…

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Writer, fake music fan.

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Writer, fake music fan.

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