Metallica: Kill 'Em All (Guitar TAB)

Metallica: Kill 'Em All (Guitar TAB)

Metallica's 1983 debut Kill 'Em All was the ground-breaking and influential album that laid the foundation for all the heavy metal and thrash metal that followed, with many of its songs still crowd favourites thirty-five years later. This matching folio contains complete, note-for-note arrangements for every song on the album, as well as the two bonus tracks from the re-issue which were later included on ‘Garage Inc.’, Am I Evil? and Blitzkrieg. Each song is presented in authentic Guitar Tablature, with accompanying standard notation. Songlist: - Hit The Lights - The Four Horsemen - Motorbreath - Jump In The Fire - (Anesthesia) Pulling Teeth - Whiplash - Phantom Lord - No Remorse - Seek And Destroy - Metal Militia - Am I Evil? - Blitzkrieg

Terminated for Reasons of Taste

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Terminated for Reasons of Taste

In Terminated for Reasons of Taste, veteran rock critic Chuck Eddy writes that "rock'n'roll history is written by the winners. Which stinks, because the losers have always played a big role in keeping rock interesting." Rock's losers share top billing with its winners in this new collection of Eddy's writing. In pieces culled from outlets as varied as the Village Voice, Creem magazine, the streaming site Rhapsody, music message boards, and his high school newspaper, Eddy covers everything from the Beastie Boys to 1920s country music, Taylor Swift to German new wave, Bruce Springsteen to occult metal. With an encyclopedic knowledge, unabashed irreverence, and a captivating style, Eddy rips up popular music histories and stitches them back together using his appreciation of the lost, ignored, and maligned. In so doing, he shows how pop music is bigger, and more multidimensional and compelling than most people can imagine.

Metallica Unbound

Metallica Unbound

Written by a noted hard rock journalist who has covered the band since its inception 10 years ago, this one-of-a-kind, full-color collectors' volume provides the most in-depth information on the band available anywhere. Rare and never-before-published photos. Complete discography.

The 100 Greatest Bands of All Time: A Guide to the Legends Who Rocked the World [2 volumes]

A Guide to the Legends Who Rocked the World

The 100 Greatest Bands of All Time: A Guide to the Legends Who Rocked the World [2 volumes]

This one-of-a-kind reference investigates the music and the musicians that set the popular trends of the last half century in America. • Contains an alphabetical collection of entries that each profile a major group and band from the past 60 years • Provides a selected discography and bibliography for further listening and reading for each entry • Covers a wide variety of styles from classic rock to surf rock to hip hop • Features sidebar entries which tie together larger popular music concepts such as the rise and influence of MTV and the phenomenon of girl bands

Metallica and Philosophy

A Crash Course in Brain Surgery

Metallica and Philosophy

Hit the lights and jump in the fire, you’re about to enterthe School of Rock! Today’s lecture will be a crash course inbrain surgery. This hard and fast lesson is taught by instructorswho graduated from the old school—they actually paid $5.98for The $5.98 EP. But back before these philosophyprofessors cut their hair, they were lieutenants in the MetalMilitia. A provocative study of the ‘thinking man’s’metal band Maps out the connections between Aristotle, Nietzsche, Marx,Kierkegaard, and Metallica, to demonstrate the band’sphilosophical significance Uses themes in Metallica’s work to illuminate topics suchas freedom, truth, identity, existentialism, questions of life anddeath, metaphysics, epistemology, the mind-body problem, morality,justice, and what we owe one another Draws on Metallica’s lyrical content, Lars Ulrich’srelationship with Napster, as well as the documentary Some Kindof Monster Serves as a guide for thinking through the work of one of thegreatest rock bands of all time Compiled by the editor of Seinfeld and Philosophy: A Bookabout Everything and Nothing and The Simpsons andPhilosophy: The D’oh! of Homer

Metallica: The Music And The Mayhem

Metallica: The Music And The Mayhem

Here is the ultimate illustrated discography of the world's greatest metal band, Metallica, covering everything from 1983's Kill 'Em All through all their multi-million selling albums and bringing the story right up-to-date with their video game Metallica: Guitar Hero.Metallica where inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2009.The bands album Death Magnetic went multi-platinum and has been #1 in twenty-seven countries around the world, including the US, UK and Australia.The band star in their own immensely popular Guitar Hero game.The band is a multi-award winner and has received nine Grammy Awards, most recently winning two in 2009.Enter Sandman from the band's 1991 album Metallica was included in Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest songs of all time.

Please Allow Me to Introduce Myself: Essays on Debut Albums

Please Allow Me to Introduce Myself: Essays on Debut Albums

Debut albums are among the cultural artefacts that capture the popular imagination especially well. As a first impression, the debut album may take on a mythical status, whether the artist or group achieves enduring success or in rare cases when an initial record turns out to be an apogee for an artist. Whatever the subsequent career trajectory, the debut album is a meaningful text that can be scrutinized for its revelatory signs and the expectations that follow. Please Allow Me to Introduce Myself: Essays on Debut Albums tells the stories of 23 debut albums over a nearly fifty year span, ranging from Buddy Holly and the Crickets in 1957 to The Go! Team in 2004. In addition to biographical background and a wealth of historical information about the genesis of the album, each essay looks back at the album and places it within multiple contexts, particularly the artist’s career development. In this way, the book will be of as much interest to sociologists and historians as to culture critics and musicologists.