METALLICA's 'Master Of Puppets' Makes 'Top 40 Albums Of All Time' List

December 6, 2003

METALLICA's groundbreaking 1986 release "Master of Puppets" has been named one of the Top 40 albums of all time by USA Today music critic Edna Gundersen in the daily newspaper's Dec. 5 edition. Criteria for inclusion was albums that "stand as cohesive bodies of work — not just fine collections of songs." The list was arranged chronologically and contained no rankings. Others albums that made the Top 40 include GUNS N' ROSES' "Appetite For Destruction" (1987),NINE INCH NAILS' "The Downward Spiral" (1994),NIRVANA's "Nevermind" (1991),and THE RAMONES' "The Ramones" (1976). Check out the entire list here.

(Thanks: All Metallica)

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