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Nach der Quelle Brave Words(sonst imemr sehr zuverlässig)existieren StAnger Aufnahmen mit Gitarren Soli.Das geht aus dem folgenden Interview mit Lars hervor:
BW&BK spoke to METALLICA drummer Lars Ulrich recently before the Toronto stop of the Summer Sanitarium Tour. At some point in the discussion, the differences between former bassist Jason Newsted and new bassist Robert Trujillo were addressed. Below is Ulrich's surprising comments regarding this. Further, Ulrich also indicated that there is a version of ST. ANGER with guitar solos recorded. Read more to see his replies...
BWBK: Why no guitar solos?
LARS: "There are some guitar solos; it's not on the version we released. Seriously, Kirk probably wrote about a half dozen guitar solos for the record. We did do a lot of overdubs. James did a lot of vocal harmonies and a lot of guitar layering and guitar solos. But the more we went down that path, the more it seemed it was taking away from the purity and the organic elements of the material. They all seemed like afterthoughts forced into the stuff. I think there was a guitar solo in 'St. Anger' and a guitar solo in 'Purify'. We ended up mastering two different versions, one without the guitar solos, the other with. And we just kind of decided that when something was forced upon the material it lost something. Kirk played some really interesting guitar solos, but it didn't really seem to add that much and in some ways the rawness of it without the guitar solos just seemed to make it one step cooler. Plus, the spirit of this record has really been about the collective. And we were really trying to have a record about four guys together and not so much, 'look what I can do.' Nobody has really talked about this, but I'm not really playing any drum fills either. All I play are basically drum patterns. I don't really play old style drum fills. So we're trying to make it more of a band thing and not so much Kirk taking the spotlight for the next two minutes or me doing these Neil Peart drum fills." BW&BK: How would you compare Robert Trujillo to Jason Newsted? Are their styles similar? What does Rob bring to the table?
Lars: "Obviously they are very, very different. In a nutshell, Rob Trujillo is a little more of a traditional bass player in that he plays more with the drums. It's a little more rhythm section-oriented. Jason had a little more tendency to go with Hetfield, and go along more with the guitars obviously. Rob gives it a little more bottom 'cause he plays more with his fingers; a little more fullness. I feel a little more connected to him because of that. Jason had an incredible amount of energy, but it went more with the guitars. A lot of times it felt to me that there were three guitar players. People sit there and ***** that there is no bass on ... And Justice For All. Well, try finding one place on the 65 minutes of the record where he's playing a different note. Well, try finding one place on the 65 minutes of the record where he's playing a different note. Either on the right hand picking differently, playing different notes, or the left hand. At some point it becomes like a third guitar. I'm not being disrespectful, dude; you're just asking me what the differences are. Mine and Rob's personality have a tendency to kind of gel a little more. I had a lot of respect for Jason, but sometimes our personalities... he was all about perfection and all this type of stuff. I'm a little more traditional rock 'n' roll, more about attitude, atmosphere and vibe. We'd sit there and book five rehearsal dates and after two or three, me and James would be bored out of our minds. Jason would be going 'We gotta practice more, practice more.' I would probably say out of any bass player I've ever played with, Rob probably is quickest to pick shit up effortlessly than anybody I've ever met. When we were doing the auditions back at HQ, we'd play three or four songs and I'd go 'Is there anything else you want to play?' And somebody said 'Sad But True,' and he didn't know it. And in ten minutes we went through it perfectly. That kind of thing; he has a rather effortless relationship to the bass guitar. Like for instance the first Fillmore show, we sat down and wrote a setlist that afternoon and I had changed the setlist like 30 minutes before the show and I didn't want to play anything like really obvious. So I looked at the back catalog and I said 'What about 'Phantom Lord'?' Rob goes, 'I've never heard that song.' And it's like 30 minutes before show time. He threw the CD Walkman on and listened to 'Phantom Lord' twice. We ran through it two or three times and an hour later we played 'Phantom Lord'. Not necessarily the version to end all versions, but at least he fuckin' played it. It was a good time. And that kind of spirit is really important for where this band is at right now. We've been changing the setlist around, playing different songs and trying to ***** it up and not get stuck in a rut of the same setlist and the same Hetfield raps. Rob just really fits that vibe quite well."