After releasing, just today, their collaborative album with Lou Reed, called Lulu, to cries of “Worst Album Ever,” Metallica are back in the studio apparently trying hard to make you forget about that album and make you remember that their last studio album was seen by many as a return to form.
In this clip from a Primus live-show, lead singer and bass-player extraordinaire, Les Claypool, takes this Metallica classic and adds his own brand of Slap-Bass to it in that very special way that only a band like Primus can.
Hyperbole aside, this album has a lot to live up to. Two icons in their respective crowds colliding to flesh out songs Reed wrote for the play Lulu, an adaptation of stories from the German author Frank Wedekind.
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A true music aficionado and collector, Rich Russo boasts a collection of vinyl and CDs estimated to have reached an astonishing 100,000 pieces. Rich’s radio program, Anything Anything, can be heard on the airwaves throughout the US.