#1
I've never gotten around to watching Metallica's Some Kind of Monster, though I know the basic story. I've seen a couple of scenes on YouTube, namely Lars' infamous "He focking left the band!" outburst. Some of my friends love it, saying they love the honesty of how the band members confronted their personal demons, while other people I know thought it was painful watching them crying and how immature and egotistical they seemed to be at times. What do you guys think? Is it worth watching?
#2
Ive watched like five minutes of it, idk I dont tend to watch documentaries of albums I dont like
#4
I don't like horrors
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#5
It's worth a watch, I watched it before I was even that interested in Metallica and still found it really interesting. It's not long (from what I remember) so you're not risking much, and IMO it gives a lot of justification to St. Anger, an album that most bash to death without even knowing what the band was going through at the time, making it a necessary album. If you like Metallica give it a whirl.
#9
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it's Metallica so I'm just gonna go ahead and say no

what if it was a megadeth documentary. And there were 2314 copies sold?
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#10
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what if it was a megadeth documentary. And there were 2314 copies sold?



then it failed miserably like it probably deserved to.
#11
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what if it was a megadeth documentary. And there were 2314 copies sold?

It would have sold more if the soundtrack had a version of Peace sells with alternate lyrics, like:

"Whaddaya mean I don't believe in letting other band members contribute song ideas?
I just never actually use them"
and so on.
#12
I'm not even a Metallica fan and I found it somewhat interesting.
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#13
It's worth a watch. My "Metallica4life" phase was in high school so the I haven't really had the urge to rewatch it in a while. What was interesting for me about it was all the early demos/riffs/songs actually had potential to sound good...then sh!t happened and we got St. Anger..
#15
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I'd pass just on the merit of that lyric.
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#17
I remember it being pretty interesting. Give it a go OP.
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#18
Watch it. Before you know it you'll be watching Keeping Up with the Kardashians and debating whether or not to put a bullet in your brain
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#19
Its worth watching for the sole purpose of seeing Kirk Hammett fail at playing his own riff and watching Lars cry
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#20
It's not too bad...it gets a bit monotonous at times, and Phil Towle is such a quack......

But if you've got some time to kill, it's got some interesting stuff in it about their history
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