The name that many artists and bands have decided to name their album. Some of the artists to have given one of their albums this title are:
Metallica fans also refer to their self entitled album as the Black Album due to its nameless cover and to symbolise the beginning of the end.
Ira Peel hasn't looked at the Music Fan Reaction List. A Metallica fan wouldn't cry because someone insulted their favourite album with such a poor insult.
BTW The Metallica album wasn't called 'The Black Album' so Jay-Z didn't steal it. You're thinking of his beats.
I am using this definition to hurl abuse at everyone else that has posted whether than describe the term. I am just like everyone else on this site. I'm cool for once unlike school!
Punk: Will scream and violently attack everything nearby except people.
Rap: If act tough and attempt to defend their music with crap like 'Yo is just jealous as ya not gangsta lie us nigga'
Metal: Will violently assualt the blastfermor.
Classical: Will state you as being an uncultured yob.
Emo: Will run home and cry about it in their mother's arms.
Goth: Will run home and cut themselves
Hippie: Who cares? It's all cool man.
Metallica album released in 1991, it was officially self-titled, it was nicknamed "black album" after the completely dark black art cover. Metallica's most popular album, sold over 10 million copies.
the Black Album may have made them the biggest selling heavy metal band, but Master of Puppets is their best album in my opinion.
Released in 1991 by Metallica.
Become known as the "Black Album" due to it's cover.
In 2003, Jay-Z released his final album, also known as "The Black Album", only to confuse fans of both artists.
*Guy 1 picks up Jay Z CD*
Guy 2: Yo, play some Dont Tread On Me!
Guy 1: Wha?
*Guy 1 plays 99 problemz*
*Guy 2 leaves room*
A rip off title that "Jay-Z" stole from Metallica.
Person 1: "Man, can't 'rappers' be original like they say they are?!"
Person 2: "Yeah, man, I know!"
1) when you are left by your friends
2) when you hang up on somebody on the phone without saying "bye"
1) Jason went out with his girl and gave us the black album.
2) self explanitory.
The nick name for the self-released album released by the metal band Metallica in 1991.
Despite the claims of the millions of defenders of this album, it was the turning point of the band where they lost their thrash status and sold out by releasing more mainstream-friendly, simplified and softened songs. Fans claim it still has their "metal edge" but if anything this "edge" is BARELY there.
It has many of their famous songs on it and has sold the most copies of all their albums to date. Nevertheless, the quality on the album is actual piss-poor when compared to their lesser selling previous 4 albums, albums that were actually thrash.
In summary, Metallica may have still retained some "metal" status on this album but it was a sell-out effort, the reason being up to this point they were known as the Pioneers of Thrash but then got greedy and changed their sound to be more "experimental", or in actuality, to sell more records.
Sell-out Metallica fan: Wow, this Black album is the greatest release from Metallica yet! Everything after this was crap though!
Thrash Metallica fan: No, you dumbass, it's shit compared to their earlier work. The only reason it seems good to you is because this sell-out work sounds better than their later sell-out work. Get any of their first 4 albums instead. Those were actually thrash.
Sell-out Metallica fan: What's 'thrash'?
After Viktor Tsoi died tragically in a car accident near Riga, the Russian rock band Kino released an album without a title, though it is always cited as Chornyy albom (Russian for The Black Album) since it has a wholly black cover.
- My favourite album from Kino is the one without title.
- Which one is that?
- You know, the Black album.
Released in 1991, the most influential album on todays nu-metal.
Hey Deftones and Korn, you wouldn't exist if it weren't for the Black album.