Back when Metallica were gods..

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  1. Ipokesmot

    Ipokesmot Active Member

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    1985 in Germany, First time they ever played "Disposable Heroes". :punk::band:

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    Saw that Tour....Second to Last one with Burton.... Dudes hung out with us after the show in my Podunk Texas Beach town Drinking Beers in the parking lot of the Coliseum. I was 14 and drinking thier beer. Cool Shit....
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    Ipokesmot Active Member

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    Fucking awesome man. Only bands I got to hang out with was Skid Row and Great White. :facepalm:
    Saw Metallica several times though.. lost interest after the crap "Load" albums came out.
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    I think they started to go downhill even before load, IMO enter sandman had some good songs on it but it started the pussification of metallica and started them down the mainstream road.
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    they were done after and justice for all......that and stuff prior is still epic and in rotation here weekly.
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    Live shows were phenomenal right up till that bullshit documentary 1998-99 or so. Since then I can't bring myself to go to a show. I do agree Justice for all is the last record I can listen all the way through. Although their are some good songs on "The black Album" and after. There are Gems on Garage Inc. But that fucking S&M (S IS FOR SYMPHONY DUDE) and LuLu are harrrible meritless gimmicks.
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    Sell out or no sell out, I would never have been caught in a photo like this. I would have put on a Groucho Marx pair of glasses or something.

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    bwhahahahaahahaha
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    Sorry but I don't think a guy who calls that cd enter sandman has any value to add to this thread
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    .....i'll never forget snorting 4 purple dbl barrel microdot hits of acid and wandering the streets of toronto with pals and my koss walkman blarin this shit into my ears over n over on repeat.

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    ^ This.
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