Metallica - St. Anger


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Release date: 5 June 2003
Style: Heavy metal

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Disc I
01. Frantic
02. St. Anger
03. Some Kind Of Monster
04. Dirty Window
05. Invisible Kid
06. My World
07. Shoot Me Again
08. Sweet Amber
09. The Unnamed Feeling
10. Purify
11. All Within My Hands

Disc II [Live in the studio at Metallica HQ DVD - digipack bonus]
01. Frantic
02. St. Anger
03. Some Kind Of Monster
04. Dirty Window
05. Invisible Kid
06. My World
07. Shoot Me Again
08. Sweet Amber
09. The Unnamed Feeling
10. Purify
11. All Within My Hands

Bottom 20 albums of all time: 17

Line-up
James Alan Hetfield - vocals, guitars
Kirk Hammett - guitars, backing vocals
Lars Ulrich - drums

Session musicians
Robert "Bob" Rock - bass

Guest review by
The Silent Man
Rating:
5.0
Six long years after the release of ReLoad, Metallica come back on the scene to show their 8th studio album, St. Anger. Many of you have almost lost all the respect for this band since the release of the black album, many others hate them because of Load and ReLoad and some others have now lost every interest in their music. Actually, what can you all expect from the band who left its early amazing style to get fame and glory on MTV?

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published 22.09.2003 | Comments (144)

Guest review by
Powerslave16
Rating:
7.2
Metallica's 2003 release, St. Anger, will most likely always be considered the low point of the bands discography. I'm not sure if I can completely agree with this. I personally believe Load and Reload are worse albums. Mind you, St. Anger is absolutely not a fantastic release. It rambles, has some bad tracks, and sometimes you wonder "what are they doing?" (listen to Hetfield's moans in Invisible Kid). But the album does have energy, something the band has had on about 3 tracks on the last 2 studio discs.

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published 10.09.2007 | Comments (61)

18.01.2011
So the biggest metal band on the planet is turning 30 this year.

As the story goes, back in 1981, some dude called James Hetfield answered a newspaper ad by a certain Lars Ulrich... and the legend was born. 30 years later, the success story that is Metallica still remains unequaled.

Happy 30th birthday, Metallica!

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14.02.2020 - 23:34
Rating: 5
qlacs
"The Quaker"
The moment I let go of the image of Metallica, I started enjoying some of this album. Still not great but I don't mind playing "The Unnamed Feeling" for example.
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19.06.2020 - 05:43
Rating: 9
Sonic MrSumo
I just don't get the hate on this album. Sure, it's totally different to anything else they've done, but damn it's still so good. I love the rawer sound, and the riffs and drums are just rocking!
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