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The only thing we can do as Metallica fans is to not buy this album.
Overall, however, I have to praise Metallica for making this album because it is new, different, inspired, and made me respect them as artists even more.
Even still, without Reed's talking, it would sound like Metallica just fooling around with their instruments.
This is one of the worst albums I've ever heard in my life. I've heard tribute bands who put out better work than this.Published 7 days ago by Allen Williams
This it probably the worst album I've ever heard. The music is....okay...but the vocals are pretty much as bad as humanly possible.Published 1 month ago by Ryan
Having played together before and familiarity with Reeds back catalogue makes this collaboration unsurprising. Read morePublished 1 month ago by G R Robertson
I'm a huge Metallica fan and I love it when the band continues to explore new territory in the hopes of bettering themselves as musicians and people. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mete Tanyeri
I get what they were trying to do, and rest Lou Reed's soul, but I just can't dig it. It is definately more Lou Reed inspired and less Metallica inspired.Published 3 months ago by Edmond Garrett
proof there are bands out there that could literallty take a dump on an album and still be able to release it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Wayne Stadmiller
I can't believe I listened to all the negative reviews here and held off this long to give Lulu a chance. I'm also surprised that Lou Reed fans aren't liking this more. Read morePublished 5 months ago by DrDrew
Metallica and Lou Reed have outdone themselves with this brilliant collaboration. No longer will Metallica's "St. Read morePublished 7 months ago by psychedelephant