Poll: S&M or Originals?
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View poll results: S&M or Originals?
Originals
7 28%
S&M
3 12%
Some songs are better, but not all... it depends
11 44%
Havent't heard the songs
4 16%
Voters: 25.
#1
(Metallica btw). Do you prefer the S&M version of some of the songs or originals?

Justify your answer.

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#2
Quote by Thornography
(Metallica btw). Do you prefer the S&M version of some of the songs or originals?

Justify your answer.

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Math exam?

I like nothing else matters on S&M
#5
some sound fine with the symphony like No Leaf Clover but others like Master of puppets should have been left alone
#6
Some is better. The 80s stuff is better without symphony, everything else is better with symphony.
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#7
Originals. Although, for two of the songs, S&M is the original. One, Master of Puppets, don't sound good with orchestration behind it
#8
eh I like 'em both at different times. parts of MOP in S&M sound completely bad ass.
#9
Haven't heard anything off of S&M.

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#10
It's on a case to case basis really. Some of the S & M songs are quite amazing. Others are a bit boring. I'd go with S & M just because mixing orchestra with thrash rock is a pretty bold thing to do so it gets points.
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#11
Quote by slash16x
some sound fine with the symphony like No Leaf Clover but others like Master of puppets should have been left alone


Yeah, considering the only (professionally) recorded version of NLC is on S&M ...


It depends on the song. I like S&M's Call of Ktulu, Nothing Else Matters and maybe even For Whom the Bell Tolls better than the originals.

On the subject of the symphony, I think it sounds absolutely wonderful. They do just enough to make the songs sound great, but not too much.