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    Jul 30,  · Blabbermouth reports that Ulrich is also talking about the St. Anger snare sound once again. In a SiriusXM interview yesterday, Ulrich said, “I .

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    You might not rate St Anger, but it single-handedly salvaged Metallica's career By Ian Fortnam (Classic Rock) 05 August It was very nearly all over for the biggest band on the planet at the turn of the millennium – but with St Anger, Metallica's fortunes were about to change.

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    Jul 21,  · Metallica’s album St. Anger is often derided, due in large part to drummer Lars Ulrich’s distinctly off-putting snare drum sound.. The butt of many jokes among fans and critics for years.

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    Metallica is an American heavy metal band. The band was formed in in Los Angeles by vocalist/guitarist James Hetfield and drummer Lars Ulrich, and .

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    Jul 21,  · Longtime Metallica producer Bob Rock doesn't wake up at night regretting the drum sound on the band's much-maligned St. Anger album, but he doesn't love it either.. When asked about the album in a conversation with Tone Talk, Rock said he's ultimately "fine" with the nowalmonspatreamokabtarocomater.coinfo went on to explain what drove the band to the radical aesthetic St. Anger.

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    Aug 01,  · Now in an interview with SiriusXM's Trunk Nation With Eddie Trunk (via Blabbermouth), Metallica drummer and man who still thinks St. Anger 's snare drum was a good idea, Lars Ulrich tries to decide.

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    Jul 29,  · news metallica heavy metal Guesting on Sirius XM’s Trunk Nation With Eddie Trunk, Metallica’s Lars Ulrich was asked about ’s St. Anger and the much criticized snare sound that appeared on the album. Ulrich said: "I stand behind it a hundred percent, because at .

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    Metallica ‘s Lars Ulrich has defended the much-maligned sound of his snare drum on the band’s album ‘St Anger’. Fans and drummers have consistently criticised the thin, snapping sound of the.

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    Jun 24,  · It's an atrocious album. The problem is chiefly terrible lyrics ("I'm madly in anger with you") and chasing trends -- like the call-and-response lyrics. I think the sound of the guitars is pummeling and the tightly-wound "snare" fits well. Anyone Lars Ulrich and Bob Rock both have thoughts in.

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