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Andrew Rivera
Andrew Rivera

Ride The Lightning (Remastered)

Remastered Version. Metallica turned the metal world on its ear with their debut album, 'Kill 'em All' and then blew its mind with the follow-up, 'Ride the Lightning'. The riffs and arrangements are moreintricate, the lyrics are more intelligent and biting and James Hetfield's growl is meaner. The set starts out with two tunes that would have been right at home on 'Kill 'em All', but the next two are slower and more involved. 'Ride the lightning' is a slow (by Metallica's standards) dirge about the futility of war. 'Fade to Black' is a ballad that builds to an instrumental coda featuring the guitar melodies that the band would later base their sound around. It's also Hetfield's first attempt at singing in tune. The most ambitious song is a dense instrumental, 'The Call of Ktulu', that starts with a single arpeggiated guitar and slowly adds layer upon layer, building in intensity until it all comes crashing down nine minutes later.LP - Remastered Vinyl. CD - Remastered CD.4LP aka the Boxset - Deluxe numbered boxset including 4LP / 6CD / 1DVD and includes a hardcover book containing never before seen photos, a mini-book of handwritten lyrics and a set of three posters. LP One - Remastered Album. LP Two - Double LP Live at the Hollywood Palladium, LA - March 10th 1985 - Unreleased LP Three - Creeping Death Picture Disc CD One - Remastered Album. CD Two - Interviews. CD Three - Demos and Rough Mixes from Lars' Vault.CD Four - Live at Kabuki Theatre, San Fransisco Narch 15th 1985 - Unreleased on CD.CD Five - Live at the Lyceum, London December 20th 1984CD Six - Live at castle Donnington August 17th 1985DVD - Live at the Metal Hammer Festival in St. Goarshausen, Germany Sept 14th 1985, Live at MTV's on the green at Oakland Stadium, Oakland August 31st 1985 and Danish TV.

Ride The Lightning (Remastered)

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