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Ride
Released:
1987
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1147 mb
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1399 mb
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Major Lingo was formed in 1982, when John Ziegler met Tony Bruno at the Spirit Room in Jerome, Arizona By 1985, Rocha and Rentz had been replaced by Sally Stricker on bass and vocals, and Tim Alexander on drums. This lineup recorded 3 studio albums in the next three years, 1985's Major Lingo and Beats for Heads and Feet, and 1987's Ride. All were released on cassette only  . While there, they recorded a live album at the Starry Plough entitled Wild Blue Yonder, which was released in 1989. By early 1990, Major Lingo returned to Arizona, leaving behind Tim Alexander, who decided to remain in the Bay Area and soon thereafter joined Primus.

1987 - Major Lingo releases full-length cassette "Ride". Later, Sally Stricker is replaced by Linda Cushma on bass and vocals. 1989 - Major Lingo moves to San Francisco Bay area for a number of months. Stricker rejoins the band and appears on the live cassette release "Wild Blue Yonder". When band moves back to Arizona, Tim Alexander stays in Bay area and joins Primus. 1992 - Returning to Arizona, the band adds Steve Botterweg on drums, Christine Thomas on vocals, and Doug Williams and then Darryl Icard on bass

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Kill 'Em All may have revitalized heavy metal's underground, but Ride the Lightning was even more stunning, exhibiting staggering musical growth and boldly charting new directions that would affect heavy metal for years to come. Incredibly ambitious for a one-year-later sophomore effort, Ride the Lightning finds Metallica aggressively expanding their compositional technique and range of expression. Every track tries something new, and every musical experiment succeeds mightily. The lyrics push into new territory as well - more personal, more socially conscious, less metal posturing. Others are major reinventions of Metallica's sound, like the nine-minute, album-closing instrumental "The Call of Ktulu," or the haunting suicide lament "Fade to Black.

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Ride the Lightning was released on July 27, 1984 by Megaforce Records and re-released by Elektra. On September 12, 1984, Metallica signed with major label Elektra Records who re-released the album on November 19, 1984. Chad Bowar writing for About. com, listed Ride the Lightning as the second best Metallica album behind Master of Puppets. He said that Ride the Lightning was another big step forward from their groundbreaking debut album. Steve Peake, also writing for About. com, names "Ride the Lightning", "For Whom the Bell Tolls", "Fade to Black" and "Escape" in his list of the "Top 10 Metallica Songs of the '80s". The album was listed at number 5 by IGN Music on their "Top 25 Metal Albums".

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Tracklist

A1 The Gold Trapeze
A2 The Killing Season
A3 Ride
A4 Tram On The Loose
A5 The Foggy Dew
B1 Strange
B2 The M&M Reel
B3 Real Good
B4 Precious Moment
B5 Alhambra

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