• Metallica: A Rockview Audiobiography

  • By: Pete Bruen
  • Narrated by: Rockview
  • Length: 44 mins
  • Speech
  • Release date: 06-22-10
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: John Brown Rockview
  • 2 out of 5 stars 2.0 (1 rating)

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Editorial Reviews

Legendary heavy metal band Metallica have sold 180 million albums worldwide since their start over 30 years ago. In this audiobiography, Pete Bruen speaks to Lars Ulrich directly after the release of their 1991 record, The Black Album. Bruen is a clear fan under his laidback manner, and he lets a loquacious Ulrich take the lead in this informal interview. Ulrich touches on an eclectic range of topics, from the essence of the band's sound to their odd creative process. Although the sound quality may be less than ideal, fans will want to listen to Ulrich describe the creation of the album's songs, including the now-classic "Enter Sandman".
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Publisher's Summary

Metallica are probably the last real heavy metal band. Rounder member drummer Lars Ulrich, guitarist Rick Hammett, bass player Jason Newsted, and vocalist / guitarist James Hetfield just rock - pure and simple - and that is their purpose in life. They may have moved on, but they have not forgotten their roots.
Of all the heavy metal bands, Metallica are the ones with intelligence behind their lyrics. "They just don't sing about death, they sing about intelligent things in your life," says an ardent fan.
This is not a music release by the record company, artist, or management, and sound quality may. In this exclusive audiobiog, Lars Ulrich states how they have stuck to their rules and how they have built a unique relationship with the fans. Every collector and fan must add this to their catalogue.
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