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Digital Deals: ‘Rocky Horror’ Soundtrack, Metallica ‘…And Justice For All’
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A sweet deal in Amazon’s today’s $5 MP3 album sale is The Rocky Horror Picture Show – Original Soundtrack. If you dug the movie, you undoubtedly loved the music, so getting it all for only five bucks is an amazing score. If you’re not familiar with the film (:::gasp:::) I implore you to get the DVD immediately , it’s only $9.99. Hey, it’s only like the greatest science fiction, horror, B-movie rock musical ever made [slut].

In other MP3 album deals, Metallica‘s Death Magnetic is still only $5, while their 1988 album …And Justice For All — their first full-length effort with bassist Jason Newsted and it happens to be fucking brilliant — is now only $6.99.

For all you youngsters out there hearing all this noise about some Guns N Roses Chinese Democracy business and soda and what not, here’s all you need to know: There once was a hard rock band called Guns N Roses and they kicked ass. Wanna hear their stuff? Then get the MP3 version of their Greatest Hits for $7.99.

Since I’m traumatized from having to listen to four minutes of Coldplay earlier this evening, I’ve been recovering with some of my favorite tunes, you know, to purify my rock and roll soul. Here’s some tunes I listened to (get ’em for 99 cents each if you feel so inclined) …

Empress Eve’s Traumatized-From-Coldplay Therapeutic Playlist

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Music Review: Metallica – Death Magnetic
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Obi-Dan   |  
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MetallicaMetallica – Death Magnetic
2008
Produced by Rick Rubin
Warner Bros.
Release date: September 12, 2008

I wished Metallica would have walked away (or done the decent rock band thing and imploded in a cloud of drugs and lawsuits) after And Justice For All. The Black Album at the most. Since then their output has been pretty awful. Let’s face it: St Anger was a catastrophe. The album was shrouded in turmoil and embarrassment. Welcoming ex-Ozzy bassist Rob Trujillo into a mixture that was ready to explode, the band released St Anger, which displayed their ability to perform generic riffs to a very high standard. Gone was the boundless energy and, most interestingly, guitar solos. The documentary Some Kind Of Monster demonstrated how fragile Metallica had become thanks to, well, almost everything and as such it seemed their creativity and tolerance for each other and love for the music had vanished.

But now five years after their last studio album, Metallica is back to metal up your ass with Death Magnetic. I was very apprehensive about pushing ‘play’ on my CD player when I put this in. But one thought kept pulsing through my head: “It’s Metallica!” Whether I liked it or not, whether I was ready or not, Metallica had returned.

And what a return it is.

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