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Any additional feedback? Submit feedback. Thank you for your feedback! My Friend Of Misery Struggle Within, The Details Playing time: 62 min. When a genre-defining group like Metallica, whose past albums have rocked the charts with virtually no airplay, enlists the aid of a hit-maki ng producer like Bob Rock, the result is bound to be monumental. It carries a presence, a huge, live sound different from that heard on their previous recordings.

What once could not be tamed has been refined, resulting in a fuller, more powerful guitar sound in an already guitar-intensive band.

They have evolved from the messy, unabashed thrashers of their youth into a more confident, poised and angry bunch, not only retaining their fire but stoking it into a chunky, tight-fisted maelstrom of scowling energy. Serious riffs provide punch and punctuation for James Hetfield's gruff vocals which rage against society and religion, and revel in suspicion and sarcasm.

Metallica is one of those kinds of bands that everyone knows of and has heard something from, and tends to be the heaviest band that a lot of people will name that they listen to if asked.

The problem with that being said, is that Metallica. Isn't heavy anymore. Then Ride the Lightning went to straight thrash, still using riffs that Mustaine had written. By Master of Puppets, Kirk Hammet had to start actually writing a full CD on his own without using Mustaine's previously written material.

Master of Puppets had some excellent material, but on the other hand, how many people do you really know that like Damage Inc? Then came And Justice For All, at which point, Kirk hit a talent level shown which exceeded everything previously done in the band. With a new bassist who Metallica didn't trust enough to even turn his volume up in the final mixing to the point where it was audible in most parts. And then you come to this CD. The "Black" album, selftitled. Whatever you call it, it's their signal of future failure.

The songs on here range from good to average, but ultimately, the whole CD is a warning sign of what's going to come in their next two studio albums. Pain, suffering, and "Alternica". Some of this album had its' moments, such as the last four tracks of this album, which almost had some thrash left in them. Inthe group scored their second straight Hot No. Twenty years later, this hit continues to emphasize that not even all the hair extensions, plastic surgery and makeup in the world can buy true beauty, and that women should never feel obliged to meet such unrealistic physical standards anyway.

Wilco, "A Shot in the Arm" Did not chart. A drug jam from one of our most barred-up songwriters, Jeff Tweedy. The song is driven by repetition, like a habit, like a junkie. Garbage, "Special" No. So it was no surprise that he hit one out of the park at century's close with "You'll Be In My Heart," the lead single for the Tarzan soundtrack, which he also wrote and composed. Collins gives one of his most memorable performances on the ballad, transforming what could've been a cheesy track into a heartfelt lullaby, and thus cementing its status as one of the best Disney songs of all time.

The world agreed, as it helped him net his first Oscar trophy for best original song, his second Golden Globe, and even a Super Bowl halftime gig a year later.

In a year stuffed to the gills with breakout solo stars, Kelis' emergence was relatively subterranean by comparison. But even if the year-old didn't quite achieve omnipresence right away, she made damn sure the presence she did manage was deeply felt -- thanks to debut single "Caught Out There," a domestic drama made almost painfully visceral by its gut-wrenchingly bilious chorus, and an action-packed Neptunes beat that sounds like a combination of dying fireworks and zooming police sirens.

You'd have bet your Y2K bunker on Kelis and Pharrell rivaling Missy and Timbaland for at least the entire decade to come. Jamiroquai, "Canned Heat" No. Fastball, "Out of My Head" No. Art is just neurosciencereally. Whether it's a painting or a pop song, different stimuli poke and prod our brains and trigger a reaction, a feeling greater than the sum of its sparks.

If you think anybody could throw slap together a cheesy Eurodance beat and some nonsense lyrics and still whip together such a complex cocktail of emotions, just Its Not Over Yet - Various - Now Thats What I Call Music! 67 (CD) to Toy-Box and ask why you've probably never heard of them.

Was Lauryn Hill a rapper or a singer? In the late '90s, it didn't matter, because Ms. Hill was undeniably gifted in both areas, as proven by her single "Everything Is Everything.

We're so confused" on the song's verses were quickly soothed by her soothing vocals on the chorus "Change, it comes eventually". And when Lauryn wasn't singing, her inner MC floated over the track with elastic ease, proving why she's "more powerful than two Cleopatras. Sugar Ray, "Every Morning" No. Creed, "Higher" No. Creed frontman Scott Stapp belts, "Can you take me higher? The "Higher" chorus is divine intervention from the Christian-inspired blue collar rockers, the lead single from their eventually Diamond-certified sophomore LP Human Clay.

The band may have never been cool or edgy, but their slew of hits -- "Higher" in particular -- are proof of the mountain-moving power you can summon once you toss aside such inhibitions.

Whats-his-face from your freshman floor can keep his Creed jokes; he just wishes he could pull off leather pants like Stapp.

Lil Wayne was all of 16 when his already highly anticipated Its Not Over Yet - Various - Now Thats What I Call Music! 67 (CD) album was released -- young enough that he mostly honored his mother's wish not have much cursing on the LP. But the set's lead single title track, "Tha Block Is Hot," showed the irrepressible confidence and the irresistible personality that would make Wayne one of the biggest stars of the next century, nimbly tip-toeing over the skittering Mannie Fresh beat as if he actually was scared of getting singed by its heat.

And just in case you don't believe it, he provides his own " tssssss!! Faith Hill, "Breathe" No. Q-Tip, "Vivrant Thing" No. InQ-Tip was responsible for one of the great romantic tributes in hip-hop history, with the A Tribe Called Quest classic "Bonita Applebum" -- but it took him until the end the decade to release its proper follow-up.

Solo hit "Vivrant Thing" shimmied and shook from measure to measure like few other songs of its era, an airtight groove of slapping guitar and hissing hi-hat that kept the funk fresh throughout.

But for all the song's stank, what sets "Vivrant" apart is the genuine reverence on display, Q-Tip raving about his girl's ability to hold a conversation and go "on and on and on and on and on" behind closed doors with equal ear-to-ear grin.

Basement Jaxx, "Red Alert" No. The hook on this dance floor classic is such a Its Not Over Yet - Various - Now Thats What I Call Music! 67 (CD), Basement Jaxx knew it wasn't safe to unleash it on an unsuspecting world at full bore. Fluttering electro echoes, screaming synths and a powerhouse vocal pushed this soulful house classic to the No. Innearly 18 years after the song debuted, Shania Twain revealed exactly why she wasn't impressed with Brad Pitt that much. The answer is a sobering reminder of the lack of privacy celebrities face.

But the fact that people still cared about the pop culture references in a two-decade-old song -- Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford would ask again in November of -- proves its enduring legacy.

Blink, "What's My Age Again? It's hard to hear "What's My Age Again? That iconic music video was a perfect match for the anthem of immaturity, which basically served as the pop-punk trio's career mission statement.

Why act your age if it means giving up prank phone calls and cartoons? Fiona Apple stood as far away as possible from the manufactured pop machine of the '90s -- an isolation which resulted in her emergence as a singular talent of her generation. Opening with Richard D. Hole, "Malibu" No. A majority of the lyrics are as random as that combo -- yet, the song manages to tell the tale and convey the feeling of a summer romance that fizzled out.

Mos Def, "Ms. Fat Booty" No. The pop-punk sound exemplified by the song, created by repetitive guitar riffs, sing-song melodies and lyrics about regrettably immature activity -- like intoxicatedly parking your car in the front yard and having to break into your own house -- took off inand later helped usher in the success of bands like Sum 41 and New Found Glory in the early s.

But above anything else, what truly makes the song hold up to this day is how universal the message is: Everybody makes drunk mistakes. Lou Bega, "Mambo No. If Shania and Faith were crossing over with their pop-ified twangs, the Dixie Chicks were holding down the country fort on their home turf, with their signature powerful harmonies and yearning fiddle.

It would be four years until lead singer Natalie Maines' criticism of George W. Bush and the war in Iraq almost unfairly destroyed the Chicks' career. Listening to "Cowboy" now reminds us of the power of their voices. Lee Jung Hyun, "Wa " Did not chart. Before K-pop concepts settled into a semi-standardized taxonomy, there was Lee Jung Hyun. Known as the Queen of Transformation, her shapeshifting performances feel like self-contained worlds of character acting.

No wonder Lady Gaga personally asked Lee to open her concert in KoRn, "Freak on a Leash" No. Mandy Moore, "Candy" No. If Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera were the cool older sisters throwing the party inMandy Moore was more like the younger one most likely to narc them out. It may have only peaked at No. Enrique Iglesias, "Bailamos" No.

The flamenco-inflected mid-tempo anthem is an invitation to dance in a romantic date -- one that quickly proved irresistible for all audiences, as the song peaked at No.

Released on both the Wild Wild West soundtrack and Iglesias' debut English-Language album Enrique"Bailamos" marked the first crossover smash from an artist who'd stay a regular presence on pop and Latin radio well into the 21st century. Despite being one of the most recognizable outfits in all of hip-hop for over 20 years now, The Roots have still visited the Hot 's top 40 only once, with 's Erykah Badu collab "You Got Me.

The song's minor-key melody provides the undercurrent of doubt forever plaguing its two narrators, as does its unexpected drum-and-bass outro and Badu's " psyyyche " fake-out about flirting with a ballplayer. But it always circles back to that chorus, providing the soft-spoken assurance we all hope Its Not Over Yet - Various - Now Thats What I Call Music!

67 (CD) get at the end of the day: "Baby, don't worry, you know that you got me. Madonna, "Beautiful Stranger" No. The psychedelic accents on this soundtrack one-off was mostly a new sound for Madonna, taking older fans all the way back to such '60s classics as Love's "She Comes in Colors.

Madonna co-wrote the song with William Orbit -- with whom she had collaborated on her Ray of Light album -- and it won a Grammy for best song written for visual media, still the only Grammy that Madonna has won to date for her songwriting. Easily the best song about a color from an Italian group with a French Its Not Over Yet - Various - Now Thats What I Call Music! 67 (CD), Eiffel 65's "Blue" is the Fred Schneider techno jam we never knew we needed.

It was dismissed as ridiculous Eurocheese by detractors when it started making headway in the States, but that's exactly why this works: With high camp vocal delivery, Auto-Tune trills and baby-talk non-lyrics which many misheard as "without a beat I would die""Blue" is the absurd European dance-pop song to end all absurd European dance-pop songs. Ol' Dirty Bastard feat. Kelis, "Got Your Money" No.

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