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Category: Metal

Year: 1997

Label: Elektra Entertainment

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Average Rating: 55 / 100 (6 ratings)

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Personnel
James Hetfield vocals, guitar
Kirk Hammett guitar
Jason Newsted bass
Lars Ulrich drums
Tracks
1.  Fuel  4:29
2.  The Memory Remains  4:39
3.  Devil's Dance  5:18
4.  The Unforgiven II  6:36
5.  Better Than You  5:21
6.  Slither  5:13
7.  Carpe Diem Baby  6:12
8.  Bad Seed  4:05
9.  Where the Wild Things Are  6:52
10.  Prince Charming  6:05
11.  Low Man's Lyric  7:36
12.  Attitude  5:16
13.  Fixxxer  8:14
  
Total Running Time:  75:56

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Scott Date: November 15, 2004 at 12:25
"Load" has taken a lot of heat from fans who are disappointed with the bands move away from thrash. I must admit, I am one of those who was a bit disappointed when Load/Reload were released. However, I don't think this one is that bad. Ok, so its not Master of Puppet II. So what! Why should anyone expect Metallica to record the same record over again. Metallica has always been about doing what they want and not what others want them to do. "Fuel" is a killer song!

From: Metalhead66 Date: November 16, 2004 at 15:44
Scott is right.This is not bad the problem is it doesn't sound liked they really put any heart into it.Also When this and load came out, Metallica put out an anti-metal Image.They should have stood up and said "HELL FUCKIN YES WE ARE METAL!!! Alas they did not...Okay maybe they are not Metal anymore,But they were at one time. Don't forget what made you,but move ahead while still embracing the past.They could change it all with one album that covers the new and old...?!?!?!?

From: pie75 Date: September 7, 2010 at 9:48
don't be silly guys this is just plain crap! i wanted to give this a zero rating but the site wouldn't let me so i grudgingly gave it a 1 the unforgiven 2 is garbage fuel sucks and the memory remains is childish they ripped people off with this a bunch of songs that never made it on the load album how about making an album called exp-load or un-load they were officially the biggest wankers in the world after this

From: rick kerch vzla Date: May 9, 2014 at 21:54
Obviously this release along with "Load" were detestable ones for hardcore fans of the band but being objective it ain't an utterly crappy album at all...tracks 1,2 & 4 were the "hit singles" of it and of course with that alternative metal sound that annoyed many but those tracks were IMHO cool ones,at least to me...tracks 3,8,10 & 12 are also some other fine moments in it...a matter of tastes and knowing that this ain't the Metallica we all love...my rate,70/100

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: May 10, 2014 at 22:37
My favorites are pretty much the same as yours, Rick. "Devil's Dance," "Bad Seed," "Prince Charming" and "Attitude," all good songs. I did like "Fuel," because it had some energy, unlike the godawful first single "The Memory Remains." I remember hearing that one on the radio the first time, all the buzz,"... and the brand-new one from Metallica on the way!" Then they played it: slooooooow tempo, poor vocal from James, and the dreadful Marianne Faithfull. What the hell is this? It was a bigger shock and disappointment than "Until It Sleeps." I think if you take the best five songs from each of the Load and Reload albums, you've got a pretty decent disc, but there was just so much filler!

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 24, 2014 at 19:37
As a follow-up to earlier comments, if you took "2x4," "The House Jack Built," "Poor Twisted Me," "Mama Said," and "The Outlaw Torn" from Load, plus "The Memory Remains," "Carpe Diem Baby," "Low Man'sLyric" and "Fixxxer" from this disc, burned them all to one CD ... you would have one of the absolute worst albums in metal history. These albums had their moments, as noted (and I even like "The Unforgiven II!"), but also some absolutely WRETCHED songs, which aren't helped by almost all being way, WAY too long.


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