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MASTER OF PUPPETS

Metallica

 

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4.07 | 496 ratings

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thewickedfall
1 stars The basis for this review is from people who have forced this on to me. I was at a bus stop going to school while the individual was listening to this album on their headphones and said listen to this.

I was about 10/11 years old at that time and remember the fatalized cover art showing or personifying death. The group Metallica is according to many a very large heavy metal group that emerged in the early 80's.

The album itself is not progressive and do not understand where these acts are trying to distance progressive--they have very little to offer the progressive listener.

Once more the band according to documentary decided to move from sunny California to a very different area called New York. The problem is the band had a steady performance schedule in California and had a house/home--yet they decided to move to a vacant building in New York city starving themselves pretending they were in need.

The group is in the light of observation slave distanced who are trying to distance persecution/ murder with their music style. The English have come to the USA fleeing persecution--- this group is English lineaged who forced persecution down the mainlands throat. There is no common sense to a group such as this, they are an island based perversion.

In common sense presently if all people have to do is avoid a red and black combination then the following applies here on the album cover and disc-- This album is to be avoided. They are going with the devil on purpose something in reference is too far back to acknowledge/repeat without consequence.

The bands motto is obvious "consequence as much as possible 'til the end o' time" and is the reasoning so many Island individuals have made this group their top choice--a consequence to distance turn out group.

Example: Lets get 200,000 individuals who have done illegal drugs who support the group and dissolve it unto this mainland lineage who is sober and drug-free.

This band amplifies the example--the consequence on this album is mental illness to the mainland.

Liquor is not a necessity over water--this band I will not support the switch they are trying to distance and their fans all cheer for on their tracks. This album should be banned much like the reflection into illicit drug use and a different band named TOOL.

The groups Metallica or TOOL are better off sacrificed, they offer nothing new and are a turn out to the necessities in a society. The perversion they emphasize replaces the common sense or fabric of a lineage built on necessity. The groups are backstabbers looking for these lineaged individuals and then continuing for them what has been in that lineages fabric.

The above has been proven in common sense and the perversion has become more than obvious in the reference.

** As mentioned in other reviews this is a performance band** the album itself should not be sold for private home use since there is too much perversion/turn out. The record label should notice this problem since it is a waste of professional hours and investment in this distance.

The compact disc copy sold and the basis of this review is a one star album. Some of the effects are scattered and thin--it is not a professional copy to compact disc.

thewickedfall | 1/5 |

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