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NeutralThunder12
May 25th 2010


8742 Comments


so there's my help dude. Again, not a bad review. Much better than your first. You are clearly improving. Maybe try to write your next review on something you don't consider to be a 5 though.

FadeToBlack
May 25th 2010


11034 Comments


actually neutral, Steve DiGiorgio (the bands bassist) is pretty much the best bassist metal has seen, bar none

KILL
May 25th 2010


71957 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

yea

Digging: Exodus - Blood In, Blood Out

NeutralThunder12
May 25th 2010


8742 Comments


in terms of technical skill, maybe, but nobody can rival Steve Harris's bass lines. Never said the musicianship wasn't good, but whenever I hear Sadus I usually just lol

Phrike
May 25th 2010


1691 Comments


I usually thrash till my balls drop off

KILL
May 25th 2010


71957 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

fretless BASSSSSSS

FadeToBlack
May 25th 2010


11034 Comments


neutral he's done bass work in loads of bands. most famously with Death

THEEEEEEEEEE PHILOSIPHAAAAAAAR

NeutralThunder12
May 25th 2010


8742 Comments


without judgement is my fave right now

KILL
May 25th 2010


71957 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

sucks he wasnt on that album

FadeToBlack
May 25th 2010


11034 Comments


the philosopher has some of his best bass lines listen to that now please kthx

and i mean the whole thing, there's some crazy bass solos when it starts to fade out

NeutralThunder12
May 25th 2010


8742 Comments


lol I know the song its just not my fave

KILL
May 25th 2010


71957 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

the philosopher is my fav death song so good the guitar/bass face off at the end omfg

FadeToBlack
May 25th 2010


11034 Comments


not my absolute fav but it has my favourite bass lines. same goes for the whole of Individual Though Patterns

hmmm might 5 that bitch

KILL
May 25th 2010


71957 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

check out the remastered version the bass is even clearer its so good

FadeToBlack
May 25th 2010


11034 Comments


i have the digipack released by Century Media. idk whether that's the remaster or not, but the bass is pretty much as audible as the guitars

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
May 25th 2010


6202 Comments


Elements of anger needs a review too.

Sadus's most experimental work to date.

Digging: Aeon Sable - Visionaers

ShadowRemains
May 25th 2010


21054 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

HUMAN, SYMBOLIC, both 5's, Steve DiGiorgio is a master

amirite?

Digging: Execration (NOR) - Morbid Dimensions

vanderb0b
May 25th 2010


3473 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Shadow is right. Steve DiGiorgio>any other metal bassist.

grungethrash91
May 26th 2010


97 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

Exactly dude. Steve beats all. and what neutral fails to realize is, yes, Sadus were more competant musicains than metallica. They're song-writing capabilities far exceeded what metallica could do, being far more complex and more technical. Metallica is more stripped down in comparison. All metallica had, was catchyness, and mainsream appeal, and nothing else. Listen to say, Arise from sadus, and compare it to Battery, and it's easy to see who was more capable. and that more than an oppinion.

vanderb0b
May 26th 2010


3473 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I agree that Sadus were better musicians than Metallica. Most members in Metallica are very skilled (especially Cliff, not Lars), but Sadus is stronger. Also, Sadus' songwriting is definitely more complex/technical. However, the main appeal of Metallica's music isn't, imo, the complexity, but rather the strength of the songwriting. Music is not just about technicality.



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