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2.12 | 173 ratings

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1 stars It seemed that with "Death Magnetic" Metallica had become at least the shadow of themselves, after touching the lowest point of their career with the rancid and inaudible "St. Anger". Instead it was just a momentary illusion. Besides, what else can you ask the californians, after having conceived a masterwork like "Master of Puppets"? In any case, it makes me really bite my hands thinking about the immense talent of this band, wasted after "The Black Album" in a thousand useless musical projects and in senseless musical extravaganzas (like the present one). Too good, too soon: this was their blessing and their curse at the same time. Gioacchino Rossini at least had the courage not to write anything else after his masterpiece: the "William Tell" (and he was only 32!). As for the foul cacophony and musical abortion which has been given the name of "Lulu", my final rating is, of course: 0 stars.
Avtokrat | 1/5 |


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