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Episode 63: Metallica: The 90s and Beyond

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In this episode of RAMP the Profs take a close look and listen to the 90s and 2000s era of Metallica. The music Metallica produced after 1991 was polarizing, both enraging some early fans, but also introducing legions of younger fans to the band and their new sound. Purists claimed that Metallica had abandoned their thrash roots, sold out, and a few viewed the band's change in direction as a betrayal! Angry metal "Luddites" proclaimed they would never support the band again after the more commercial sound of their self-titled Black album in 91. Ironically, it was that same album that catapulted Metallica into the stratosphere as the biggest and most successful metal band in history. Court and Matt offer a different and more even-handed take on Metallica's later catalog, giving credit where due, and acknowledging that there were a few clunkers along the way as the band struggled to find it's identity. Court and I also want to thank all of our listeners, and in particular our long-time listeners for the years of support and interaction on the RAMP FB page. Rock on mates!

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In this episode of RAMP the Profs take a close look and listen to the 90s and 2000s era of Metallica. The music Metallica produced after 1991 was polarizing, both enraging some early fans, but also introducing legions of younger fans to the band and their new sound. Purists claimed that Metallica had abandoned their thrash roots, sold out, and a few viewed the band's change in direction as a betrayal! Angry metal "Luddites" proclaimed they would never support the band again after the more commercial sound of their self-titled Black album in 91. Ironically, it was that same album that catapulted Metallica into the stratosphere as the biggest and most successful metal band in history. Court and Matt offer a different and more even-handed take on Metallica's later catalog, giving credit where due, and acknowledging that there were a few clunkers along the way as the band struggled to find it's identity. Court and I also want to thank all of our listeners, and in particular our long-time listeners for the years of support and interaction on the RAMP FB page. Rock on mates!

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