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Ride The Lightning Improved

i was getting really bugged by the postion of fade to black in the track listing and started to think where it would be better off. then i thought i might as well do the whole thing.
1Metallica
For Whom The Bell Tolls

They almost got it in the right place at number two, but i think it would be a better opener with the du du du dun dunderrr
2Ride The Lightning

This is fine.
3Trapped Under Ice

Despite being a great tune, where it is it kills the ending to fade to black. here it could just build on the awesomeness of rtl.
4The Call of Ktulu

This'll carry on the good stuff, but make everyone concentrate again, and change the mood which will important for the slight comedown of the next couple of songs.
5Escape

weakest track on the album, still good but there are others deserving of more important positions. hopefully it wont get too much in the way here.
6Fight Fire With Fire

The only other iffy track, not bad again, but suffers from being the opener, which for whom the bell tolls would do better. here though it may have to lose the acoustic opening.
7Creeping Death

Could be a good lead into Fade to Black, similar tone? i don't know, just sounds like it would work.
8Fade To Black

Surely the fucking name of the song means it should be at the end, let alone the the song itself. awesome solos to finish the album with
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