Robert Trujillo and Bass Auditions for Metallica

Commas are back online! Mind your manners this time! Check my website: Cool Ads included on the video! Have fun people! 🙂 Check those videos: Cool music! NICE! Robert Trujillo became Metallica’s bassist on February 24th, 2003 after auditioning for the band and fitting in with fellow band members James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, and Kirk Hammett. Trujillo received 1 million dollars from the band as an advance on the percentage he would earn by being in Metallica.

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Robert Palmer – Mercy Mercy Me [Marvin Gaye’s Cover] / I Want You

1990’s Don’t Explain lp finds Robert Palmer in an ambitious mood, attempting to highlight both his love of world music and jazz standards on an album featuring trademark hard rock. Essentially, this 18 song collection comes across like three separate mini albums, lacking a sense of cohesiveness when played as a whole, a jarring juxtoposition of divergent musical styles instead of one record. However, there are plenty of gems among the 18 tracks featured. Palmer showcases his love for African influenced melodies with the uptempo “Housework”, complete with clever humorous lyrics, and does a credible reggae version of Bob Dylan’s “I’ll Be Your Babt Tonight” with help from UB40 believe it or not. Actually, that song was a major hit single in the UK!! The first third of the album is dominated by the rock material, especially on the fast paced guitar driven metal songs “You’re Mother Should Have Told You” and “Can’t Get Enough Of A Good Thing”. The highlight is a rock power ballad version of Otis Redding’s “Dreams To Remember” where Palmer has to flex some vocal muscle and invoke some soul not present in the faster paced rock songs. “You’re Amazing” is a pleasant rocker (and a Top 40 US Hit Single), milder than the previous mentioned songs and similair to the singer’s 1988 hit “Simply Irresistible”, although not as good. The last third of this set sees the singer in full romance mode, alternating between inspired original compositions such as “Aeroplane” and “Not A Word” and
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