Metallica = my favorite band ever

1. Fade to Black (by a landslide!)
2. The Call of Ktulu
3. Master of Puppets
4. One
5. Orion
6. For Whom The Bell Tolls
7. Creeping Death
8. Motorbreath
9. Eye of the Beholder
10. Ride the Lightning
11. Sanitarium
12. Anesthesia (Pulling Teeth)
13. Battery
14. Harvester of Sorrow
15.To Live is to Die
16. Seek & Destroy
17. The Unforgiven
18. Fight Fire with Fire
19. Blackened
20. No Remorse
21. Damage Inc.
22. Nothing Else Matters
23. The Day That Never Comes
24. The Thing That Should Not Be 
25. Sad But True

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harvester of sorrow
jump in the fire
fade to black
motorbreath- top 5 anyway 'tallica kick ass
master of puppets
that was just your life
creeping death
welcome home
the four horsemen
I agree with your list, but I'd have to rate Anesthesia higher since I play Bass.
Damage Inc.
Master of Puppets
Creeping Death
Harvester of Sorrow
…And Justice for All
Leper Messiah
The Shortest Straw
In no particular order: Whiplash, Seek and Destroy, Fade to Black, Escape, Creeping Death, Master of Puppets, Leper Messiah, Damage Inc., ...And Justice for All, Eye of the Beholder, One, Dyers Eve, The Black Album from start to finish(It's just that amazing), and No Leaf Clover
1. Dyers Eve
2. Ride the Lightning
3. Master of Puppets (Live)
4. Fade to Black
5. Damage, Inc.

The order changes around sometimes, but this is a pretty definitive "top five" for me.
Hm, that's a really hard question. I'll say my top five of the moment.
1. To Live is To Die
2. ...And Justice For All
3. Sanitarium
4. Orion
5. Damage Inc.
The God That failed,lyrically is one of my all-time favorites.
"The healing hand held back by the deepened nail
Follow the god that failed..."
You just gotta love that! Of course,as a bassist,I think Cliff Burton's influence is profound as well as undeniable.I'll always remember the first time I heard "Anesthesia (Pulling Teeth)".Cliff was pure genius and a true original.
But really all Metallica songs on all their albums are great,right up until they started that "Load" and "Re-Load" crap.Don't get me wrong,I know they have good songs on their other albums after The Black Album was released.It just seems that was the pivotal point when they stopped making metal and started trying to be more pop orientated. In Lar's own words they weren't metal anymore,they were alternative rock.



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