hahaha! 2nd!Prowler wrote:NO, NO & NONoisenik wrote: I consider Fistful Of Metal ... thrash metal.
I'd say at least Fight Fire With Fire, Ride The Lightning and Trapped Under Ice can be considered Thrash. Of course, in those early days they were still kind of hybrid but a lot of the genre signatures were already present in those tracks. And which songs of Master of Puppets would you say aren't Thrash?Prowler wrote:"Fistful of Metal" is just powerful Heavy Metal or Power Metal.
The only Metallica Album that partly can be considered Thrash Metal is "Master of puppets". But just half the Songs.
I recently checked them out because I saw them mentioned somewhere (maybe it was another post of yours), but I couldn't get past those vocals. 2 songs was all I could take.doomedplanet wrote:just listened to Wrath "Nothing to Fear", great thrash from the old days.
Leper Messiah, Sanatorium, The Thing that should not be ... etc ...Cochino wrote: And which songs of Master of Puppets would you say aren't Thrash?
I really don't think that was what was happening.Ernest Thesiger wrote:Let's not LOL at autism either.
Thanks for the clarification Noisenik, i get the jist of it now, but can't really think of a comparible English saying.Noisenik wrote:Haha, it's a very rough translation of our local/national saying. It would be best described as "to counter or go against something with utilization of all energy one possesses, but usually in vain or with meagre results". Standing on eyelashes is considered as sth impossibly demanding, but certain ppl would perhaps go and try to prove their own. In DD case it means that claiming DD is not a must, is in vain, bcs DD is a must.bigfootkit wrote:That's an interesting turn of phrase Noisenik & one that i'm unfamiliar with, what does it mean exactly?Noisenik wrote:Darkness Descends is a must, even if one stands on eyelashes.
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