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2 stars The basis of this album review is from cassette. The cassette was repaired but sounded fine. The tracks are heavy metal and as so many of these heavy metal acts way too big for their britches.

The video for one was a to most a groundbreaking video in metal. The allowing of a group to reflect on a very traumatic war incident is very alarming in reflection. The group members as mentioned are not in common sense in their decision making as master of puppets returns to them.

These groups are not once more for the private home, they are for large commercial to public performances. In public they are allowed to reflect and personify as they are permitted, it is very different in the privacy of a home. The group Metallica is a private distance without a basis to their reflection or their personification.

The album are for public tickets, albums like so many I have reviewed should not be allowed to be sold into a home. The recording studios should record and have their own public areas to demonstrate their professional recording studio, much like movies have movie theatres.

They are at the very least in the private home a disturbance and the most a public outcry without the emphasis for any necessity--without common sense. They come out as racists and bigots using a larger backstage.

thewickedfall | 2/5 |


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