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Old 03-01-2006, 03:33 PM   #16
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Rick Rubin will do a great job. This man is a legend.

At the moment the top exec producer is LA Reid.
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Old 03-01-2006, 08:46 PM   #17
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sorry, but that guy was added solely as a concession to the nu-metal kids who think it is cool when large simian-like dudes play their guitars around their ankles. i respect that he has a different background & all that, but do you really think hetfield/ulrich are gonna let him start incorporating funk rhythms into their stagnant sound? these are the same guys who sacced jason newstead for having the nerve to work on a side project.

btw, newstead is THE metallica bassist. sorry cliff.

LOL... you bash on NEW Metallica but say Newsted is "THE" Metallica bassist? Even if Trujillo can't add his style to Metallica, he has better chops than Newsted anyways, so its a plus in the long run and its not like Newsted had any say in the music... LOL
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LOL... you bash on NEW Metallica but say Newsted is "THE" Metallica bassist? Even if Trujillo can't add his style to Metallica, he has better chops than Newsted anyways, so its a plus in the long run and its not like Newsted had any say in the music... LOL
Yeah, while Jason was a great bass player live and would really add something extra for the live shows and make the band seem tighter, he really had no creative input at all in those records. He has like three songwriting credits in 14 years or something. Plus Jason is THE bass player of that "new " Metallica era.
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like i said, jason didn't contribute because hetfield/ulrich didn't LET him. he had written a whole lot of material (to a degree, kirk hammet wasn't really allowed much freedom either). i don't think that's going to change much with the new guy. unless the guys can "work through it" in their group therapy sessions.
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