Re: Metallica : Orgullo, Pasion y Gloria: Tres Noches en Mex
Damn, I missed this, but then again it's been a while sense I've been here. Me personally, anything after the self titled "Black" album isn't worth much, but Death Magnetic is on the right track. If you haven't seen Some Kind of Monster, I suggest you do. It explains a lot of what and why things went the way they did in those few albums (Load, ReLoad, St.Anger).
I'm going to have to get one of those BD's now. My first musical BD disc I'm watching now, which is what prompted me to get on here, is Water On the Road, Eddie Vedder Live, but that'll be in it's own thread.
On a plus for me, I've seen Metallica 3 times, the last time was the Cunning Stunts tour. Was actually really good. I'll go see them again, and again...... and again. They'll always play a decent amount of their old stuff, so for that I will keep going.