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1991 – Episode 13 – None More Black

In Part 1 of a 3 part episode, Eric, Tim, Joe, and Keith discuss the album Metallica, by the band Metallica (also known as The Black Album). Topics covered in this episode include the drastic change of the bands sound, expectations leading up to this release, clips of interviews with the band and Bob Rock, and listener feedback!

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1991 – Episode 13 – None More Black (The Black Album)

In Part 1 of a 3 part episode, Eric, Tim, Joe, and Keith discuss the album Metallica, by the band Metallica (also know as The Black Album). Topics covered in this episode include the drastic change of the bands sound, expectations leading up to this release, clips of interviews with the band and Bob Rock, and listener feedback!

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1991 – Episode 12 – Horrorscope

Eric, Joe, Tim, and Keith are back to discuss more metal from the year 1991. This episode, they dig into the album Horrorscope by Overkill. The first album after the departure of Bobby Gustafson and the last album with Sid Falck, find out if that plays into the overall ranking of this album in the entire Overkill catalog.

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1991 – Episode 10 – Helmet Zone

Eric, Joe, Tim, and Keith are back to discuss more metal from the year 1991. This episode, they discuss the album “Symbol of Salvation” by Armored Saint. This was the last Armored Saint record to feature songs written by original guitarist Dave Prichard, before he passed away from leukemia. The guys discuss this and other interesting stories surrounding this album on this episode.

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1991 – Episode 9 – The Human Factor

In the fourth episode celebrating albums from the year 1991, Eric, Tim, and Joe (bonus footage featuring Keith) discuss the album The Human Factor by the band Metal Church. See what the reactions were and give us feedback on how you felt about this album back in the day!

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