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 Dave Gahan - Nothing Else Matters (Metallica Cover)

22 Jun 2021, 19:02 
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Dave Gahan has covered Nothing Else Matters by Metallica. The track will be included in an upcoming album "The Metallica Blacklist" to be released on September 10, 2021.

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23 Jun 2021, 12:06 
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имхо снова не туда Дэйв полез. не в ту сторону. и давно уже...


 
  
 

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 Dave Gahan - Nothing Else Matters (Metallica Cover)

23 Jun 2021, 16:21 
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bongster wrote:
имхо снова не туда Дэйв полез. не в ту сторону. и давно уже...

Полностью согласен. Металлика, по моему мнению, попса в обертке метала. Если все эти соулсейверские вопли, псевдо-рокерские изыскания и т.д. повлияют на звучание следующего альбома дм как в случае Спирита, будет очень печально.


 
  
 

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 Dave Gahan - Nothing Else Matters (Metallica Cover)

01 Jul 2021, 08:23 
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The Metallica Blacklist Album - Vinyl
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It’s no secret that Metallica’s self-titled fifth album — a/k/a The Black Album — is one of the most commercially successful records of all time. Its 1991 release propelled Metallica to bona fide household name superstardom, and its impact and relevance have only grown with the years: The Black Album remains the best-selling album of the past three decades, and one of only two albums that have spent 550+ weeks on the Billboard 200.

The Metallica Blacklist celebrates the 30th anniversary and enduring influence of this musical milestone with one of the most ambitious projects ever conceived by the Metallica team: An unprecedented 50+ artists spanning an unbelievably vast range of genres, generations, cultures, continents and more, each contributing a unique interpretation of their favorite Black Album cut.

Much more than a mere tribute, The Metallica Blacklist offers up new dimensions of the record whose gravitational pull first drew the mainstream to Metallica in 1991—and provides new insights into the universal and timeless appeal that kept it there: the boundary-smashing influence these 12 songs have had on fans and musicians of all stripes. Blacklist’s 53 tracks find singer songwriters, country artists, electronic and hip hop artists sharing their love of these songs alongside punk rockers, indie darlings, icons of rock, metal, world music and many, many more…

The Metallica Blacklist is a fitting and limitless homage, one that features bands who’ve shared stages with Metallica alongside artists who are younger than the original album. It’s a truly staggering, at times mystifying assemblage of musicians, dozens of whom have little to nothing in common other than the shared passion for the music that’s united them for this album. And really… nothing else matters.

The seven LPs will be housed in die-cut jackets with a booklet in a library-style slipcase. Comes with an MP3 download card.

Also available through Probity Merch UK Metallica Shop.

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$159.98
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The Metallica Blacklist Album - CD
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It’s no secret that Metallica’s self-titled fifth album — a/k/a The Black Album — is one of the most commercially successful records of all time. Its 1991 release propelled Metallica to bona fide household name superstardom, and its impact and relevance have only grown with the years: The Black Album remains the best-selling album of the past three decades, and one of only two albums that have spent 550+ weeks on the Billboard 200.

The Metallica Blacklist celebrates the 30th anniversary and enduring influence of this musical milestone with one of the most ambitious projects ever conceived by the Metallica team: An unprecedented 50+ artists spanning an unbelievably vast range of genres, generations, cultures, continents and more, each contributing a unique interpretation of their favorite Black Album cut.

Much more than a mere tribute, The Metallica Blacklist offers up new dimensions of the record whose gravitational pull first drew the mainstream to Metallica in 1991—and provides new insights into the universal and timeless appeal that kept it there: the boundary-smashing influence these 12 songs have had on fans and musicians of all stripes. Blacklist’s 53 tracks find singer songwriters, country artists, electronic and hip hop artists sharing their love of these songs alongside punk rockers, indie darlings, icons of rock, metal, world music and many, many more…

The Metallica Blacklist is a fitting and limitless homage, one that features bands who’ve shared stages with Metallica alongside artists who are younger than the original album. It’s a truly staggering, at times mystifying assemblage of musicians, dozens of whom have little to nothing in common other than the shared passion for the music that’s united them for this album. And really… nothing else matters.

The four CDs will be housed in 10-panel digipak with a booklet. Artwork by David Turner.

Also available through Probity Merch UK Metallica Shop.

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$29.98
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The Metallica Blacklist Album - Digital Download
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It’s no secret that Metallica’s self-titled fifth album — a/k/a The Black Album — is one of the most commercially successful records of all time. Its 1991 release propelled Metallica to bona fide household name superstardom, and its impact and relevance have only grown with the years: The Black Album remains the best-selling album of the past three decades, and one of only two albums that have spent 550+ weeks on the Billboard 200.

The Metallica Blacklist celebrates the 30th anniversary and enduring influence of this musical milestone with one of the most ambitious projects ever conceived by the Metallica team: An unprecedented 50+ artists spanning an unbelievably vast range of genres, generations, cultures, continents and more, each contributing a unique interpretation of their favorite Black Album cut.

Much more than a mere tribute, The Metallica Blacklist offers up new dimensions of the record whose gravitational pull first drew the mainstream to Metallica in 1991—and provides new insights into the universal and timeless appeal that kept it there: the boundary-smashing influence these 12 songs have had on fans and musicians of all stripes. Blacklist’s 53 tracks find singer songwriters, country artists, electronic and hip hop artists sharing their love of these songs alongside punk rockers, indie darlings, icons of rock, metal, world music and many, many more…

The Metallica Blacklist is a fitting and limitless homage, one that features bands who’ve shared stages with Metallica alongside artists who are younger than the original album. It’s a truly staggering, at times mystifying assemblage of musicians, dozens of whom have little to nothing in common other than the shared passion for the music that’s united them for this album. And really… nothing else matters.

*You will be charged at the time of checkout for any pre-order items.

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 Dave Gahan - Nothing Else Matters (Metallica Cover)

01 Jul 2021, 08:45 
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1 Album.
12 Songs.
53 Artists.
Unlimited Possibilities.

The Metallica Blacklist celebrates the enduring influence of Metallica with an unprecedented 50+ artists spanning an unbelievably vast range of genres, generations, cultures, continents and more, each contributing a unique interpretation of their favorite Black Album cut.

Available on digital & streaming on September 10th and arriving on vinyl & CD on October 1st, all profits will be donated to charities of each contributing artist’s choice along with Metallica’s own foundation, All Within My Hands.

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10 Sep 2021, 10:28 
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Dave Gahan "Nothing Else Matters" from The Metallica Blacklist

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22 Sep 2021, 14:00 
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Dave Gahan: The Bite-Sized So What! Blacklist Chat

Sep 21, 2021

One of the most influential and important singers/frontmen in modern music, Dave Gahan of Depeche Mode might not seem as though he’d have much in common with Metallica or James Hetfield, but you’d do well to think again. In fact, Gahan’s brilliant, lo-fi, haunting take on “Nothing Else Matters” is one of the most intriguing and engaging renditions on The Metallica Blacklist, and he was happy to discuss how it came about with So What! After exchanging some laughs with the amiable Gahan over how “the cloud” now stores everything (and thus how folks of our vintage are terrified every time we update a phone) we quickly got to the business of discussing how his stirring interpretation came about.

Steffan Chirazi: We are frightening any potential viewers or readers with our commentary on technology, but the irony is that, over the years, musically you and Depeche Mode utilized technology as well as anyone did. So kids, don’t be fooled. He knows what he’s talking about.

Dave Gahan: Someone told me this once: use the technology, and don’t let it use you. Very important.

SC: So true. And trust it because if you don’t, again, you’ll drive yourself down a rabbit hole.

Anyway, first of all, I love the version. It has airs of the electronic eras that you’ve gone into, the deeper ones. But I also heard elements of the KLF (British ambient band) in there as well, that kind of approach, where there’s little sounds wrapping around the corners in the background behind your vocals. But before we get into your recording, when was the first time that you were aware of both The Black Album and “Nothing Else Matters” in particular?

DG: Oh, thank you. Well, when this record came out, I was living in Los Angeles, and myself and my band were probably… I think we were taking a little bit of a break maybe for the first time in, I don’t know, 12 years or something. And having a lot of fun in LA. My band and Metallica, we both reached this point where we were, I don’t know, we’d suddenly just kind of hit the top of the mountain and it was like, okay, this is the end of the first period of the band… and now what are we going to do? This record is kind of like that I think for Metallica, and we also had that record. And that tour that followed it, where you’re on the road for nearly two years and then it becomes, “I’ve got to go home.” It’s like, I don’t even know what that [home] is anymore and I think we have that in common.

The song itself was iconic for Metallica and Metallica fans, and I’m sure it’s a staple in their set. And the thing about it is that it’s an unusual song for them. When you dig deep into the song, which I did, it’s a very intimate, personal song. It’s not your usual sing-along, “let’s rock” type song either; I wanted to pull that out of it. I wanted to go down a very sort of cinematic sort of approach with it.

It was in the middle of Covid I was asked to do this, I hadn’t been doing anything, I didn’t want to do anything, and I started listening to this record again. And this song was the one that kept leaping out to me, and I was lucky enough to get the chance to do it. So yeah, I wanted to turn it on its head, and I wanted it to become a much more intimate, one-on-one, stuck in a box type of feeling. But at the same time, to have a kind of cinematic backdrop.

It was recorded here in New York with Adrian [Hierholzer], my friend right here, and he did my vocals for me, [the cello was by Gyda Valtysdottir of the band Mum in Brooklyn, NY, while the guitar was recorded by Peter Hayes from Black Rebel Motorcycle Club in LA – ED]. Then a lot of the stuff [keyboards, production, and mixing – ED] was done over in Iceland with my friend Kurt Uenala, and we created this backdrop for the song that, to me, complements how good the song is.

SC: I’d like to acknowledge for our readers, the Depeche Mode album Dave referenced is Violator, which was an enormous record and tour. It was enormous, and it’s interesting that you point out there were very similar moments in each of your careers, it was that stratospheric level. And LA was a strange place back then.

DG: It was a lot of fun too and the music scene was changing. You know, your Jane’s Addiction was coming up, Soundgarden and Nirvana, and it was all these bands playing in these little clubs on the Strip and off the Strip, so it was a fun place to be when that was happening. We were stuck in the middle of that, and so probably were Metallica, who had also had a steady rhythm in what they were doing in their touring, in their albums, how many records they sold, and then suddenly they made this album. And it went through the roof. The same happened with us and Violator. We made Violator and had no idea what was going to happen after that. It went through the roof, and we backed it up with Songs of Faith and Devotion, and then went on the road for the next, you know, 18 months.

SC: So, I’m not sure if anyone’s told you, but James was the principal person who asked if you could be involved in this project. Quite simply he likes your work and I think was really interested to see what would happen. But it’s interesting that you zeroed in on finding a very, very intimate channel in the song. I think it’s become – and meant – different things over the years, as songs tend to do to their writers. If you would, talk a little bit about why you wanted to zero in on that sense and what emotions it drew out of you, now, as an artist. I’d love to hear what drew you to this interpretation of that song because it’s quite on point.

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02 Oct 2021, 18:09 
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The Metallica Blacklist hits indie record store shelves today! 53 songs across 7 LPs or 4 CDs from artists spanning genres, generations, and the globe. If you haven't ordered yours yet, go support your local record store and take home the songs of the Black Album like you've never heard them before.

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