This looks interesting:
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Definitely. I saw the trailer a couple of weeks ago on ATV
I PROB WONT GO TO CINEMA, but I'll be watching the BD.
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Yep, same here. The song list looks good. Should sound fantastic.
Off to see it at the iMax tonight, can't wait! Will be "all by myseeeellllf" Don't think that's a song by Metallica though
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Nice one! Just ordered the CD.
Did you get it from Amazon ? £10.76, including Autorip.
Yep, is that good? Cheers.
I'm torn. They were the band that got me into metal 25+ years ago. Lars (and Roger Taylor) were the reasons I picked up drumsticks at 13, but I just can't help think they're waay past their sell-by date. The Lou Reed thing was a joke, this movie seems only marginally better thought out.
I'm fully prepared to eat my words though.
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The song list is fantastic and they are all live on the CD. They still rock for me.
Dunno what this has that I don't already have with my 'One Night In Paris' BD...... Tacked on storyline apart....
The Memory Remains and For Whom The Bell Tolls:
These are all live too.
wherever I may roam, Battery and Ride The Lightening. I will have a listen and tell you what I think.
Clip here of it:
Enjoyed the concert/film. Great quality footage and sound in the iMax. Almost as loud as I have it! Having seen Metallica live on a few occasions I can say that the film is the nearest you can get to being there. Not sure it needed to be in 3D though! Still, it's nice to see them still trying to push the boundaries. Shame that they've not made a good album for a few years!
Ah nice one - thanks for the feedback. Do you think the CD will be good then? Cheers.
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