Release date: 31 October 2011
Style: Thrash metal

Rating:

2.2 | 741 votes

Owners:

214 have it
42 want it


Disc I
01. Brandenburg Gate
02. The View
03. Pumping Blood
04. Mistress Dread
05. Iced Honey
06. Cheat On Me

Disc II
01. Frustration
02. Little Dog
03. Dragon
04. Junior Dad

Bottom 20 albums of all time: 1

Reviews (3)
Lyrics (10)


Line-up
James Hetfield - vocals, rhythm guitar
Kirk Hammett - lead guitar, backing vocals
Lars Ulrich - drums
Robert Trujillo - bass, backing vocals

Session musicians:
Lewis Allan "Lou" Reed - vocals, guitar

Additional musicians:
Sarth Calhoun - electronics
Jenny Scheinman - violin, viola & string arrangements
Megan Gould - violin
Ron Lawrence - viola
Marika Hughes - cello
Ulrich Maas - cello
Rob Wasserman - stand up electric bass
Jessica Troy - viola


Additional info
Composed by Lou Reed with significant arrangement contributions by Metallica


Produced by Lou Reed, Metallica, Hal Willner & Greg Fidelman

Recorded by Greg Fidelman & Mike Gillies
Additional engineering by Jim Monti, Dan Monti, Sara Lyn Killion & Kent Matcke
Mixed by Greg Fidelman
Assisted by Geoff Neal

Recorded April 2011 - June 2011 at HQ in San Rafael, CA
Mixed at Sunset Sound in Los Angeles, CA

Mix Coordination by Lindsay Chase

Mastered by Vlado Meller at Masterdisk NYC

Wax Mannequin (about 1900) and other objects: Collection of Werkbundarchiv - Museum der Dinge, Berlin

All Songs by Lou Reed & Metallica
All Lyrics by Lou Reed
All Songs © 2011 Lou Reed Music (BMI)/Creeping Death Music (ASCAP)

© 2011 Sister Ray Enterprises Inc/We're Only In It For The Music

Staff review by
Daniell

Rating:
2.0
Some people righteously claim that this is not a real Metallica release and thus it can't be viewed as such. I agree. Metallica decided to co-operate with Lou Reed in his interpretation of Alban Berg's opera based on Frank Wedekind's plays "Erdgeist" and "Die Büchse der Pandora". The history behind that opera is as complicated and dramatic as one can imagine, assuming what a dark story it tells.

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published 04.11.2011 | Comments (164)

Guest review by
AndMetalForAll

Rating:
4.3
Lulu brings back Metallica in a collaboration album with Lou Reed. A German visionary named Frank Wedekind wrote a collection of plays about a woman called Lulu who was both a muse and a mystery, the first form of woman. Most of the songs have death, sexuality, love and spite themes. Although it's not a Metallica album, the expectation was off the charts but the result is terrible.

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published 14.11.2011 | Comments (18)

Guest review by
ScreamingSteelUS

Rating:
7.4
The worst thing you can possibly do is treat this like a Metallica album. It is not. Lulu is a Lou Reed album that just so happens to feature the guys from Metallica as his backing band. Of course, Metallica still had to go and put their name on it, which recklessly raised people's expectations, and the heavy criticism weighed at this album is largely true no matter how you spin it. Nonetheless, while this was a disappointment, it is not totally devoid of merit, and more of an interesting experiment than a Son-of-St. Anger-sized failure.

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published 17.08.2013 | Comments (10)

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Troy Killjoy - 03.04.2014 at 16:09  
 
Written by Ozman on 03.04.2014 at 16:04
Btw Lou Reed himself has recorded stuff on a par with Lulu before, just can't remember what it was called. But it was just as crap and super pretentious.

You're probably thinking of Metal Machine Music.

Ozman - 03.04.2014 at 16:13  
Rating: 1 I think that's the one. What a truly horrendous slab of shit that was.
Karlabos - 03.04.2014 at 16:27  
Rating: 3
Written by Ozman on 03.04.2014 at 15:24

Not really since I would say most of Striborg's and Gallhammer's releases are maybe even worse.

You really don't like Gallhammer do you?
Ozman - 03.04.2014 at 16:34  
Rating: 1
Written by Karlabos on 03.04.2014 at 16:27

Written by Ozman on 03.04.2014 at 15:24

Not really since I would say most of Striborg's and Gallhammer's releases are maybe even worse.

You really don't like Gallhammer do you?


I am genuinely baffled by the fact that there are people out there that actually like that horrendous marketing trick.
!J.O.O.E.! - 03.04.2014 at 16:38  
  At least Metal Machine Music was influential and somewhat pioneering, if not that great by today's noise standards. The Venom of noise, perhaps.
Karlabos - 03.04.2014 at 16:47  
Rating: 3
Written by Ozman on 03.04.2014 at 16:34

I am genuinely baffled by the fact that there are people out there that actually like that horrendous marketing trick.

Marketing? Just because they are g00rlZ?
Metallica is a marketing trick =P
Lethrokai - 03.04.2014 at 17:02  
Rating: 7
Written by Ozman on 03.04.2014 at 15:22

Written by Lethrokai on 03.04.2014 at 15:18

Not nearly the train-wreck people make this out to be. It's hardly anything special, but it's a decent album.


It's even worse than the train wreck people make it out to be. Truly one of the very worst, if not the worst, albums ever recorded by a big name band.


Eh, that's just your opinion, I guess. I just don't get so much of the hate this thing gets. Lou Reed is an eccentric guy, and has released worse than this. His vocals here are weak, but I don't feel it affects much seeing as a lot of it is spoken word.

Also, I actually quite liked Metallica's backing to the music. Especially in songs like Pumping Blood, where they really work well at raising the tension, creating a great dissonant build-up that I didn't really think Metallica had in them. Heck, I even think that this album may have been one of the only times I've ever enjoyed Lars' drumwork. He's still doing the basic stuff people expect from him, but at least he's being a bit more creative here.

To be honest, I've always found it quite weird that I like this. I can't stand a lot of Lou Reed's stuff (you were raising a damn good point with Metal Machine Music; that was bullshit), and I ain't exactly one to call myself a "fan" of Metallica either. Most of their stuff is just "alright", and this album to me is no different. (Heck, I actually prefer a lot of their backing riffs to this album over quite a good amount of their discography.) But this album just isn't that bad for me.
Vombatus - 03.04.2014 at 17:21  
Rating: 5 Agree with most of Lethrokai's post. I'd pick this over dozens of other metal albums, and even if bad it's still the most enjoyable and daring thing Metallica has done in a loooong time.

I think it suffered too much from the internet syndrome, where people were already calling it the worst thing ever before hearing it and all the memes/stupidities that rapidly took over the attention, instead of the music. The immense hype did not help either.

In the end it's just Metallica fooling around with their instruments and a scared old man speaking non sense over a microphone (or lyrics supposed to be very metaphorical), so not necessarily "da worst thing eva ! He iz a table lulzyy w00t !!1!!11" . Some of the instrumental parts are enjoyable but overall it's too long and not consistent enough, and something just plain bad.
Alex Fenger - 03.04.2014 at 17:23  
Rating: 1
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 03.04.2014 at 16:38

At least Metal Machine Music was influential and somewhat pioneering, if not that great by today's noise standards. The Venom of noise, perhaps.

Lou Reed was a fabulous and incredibly influential musician, it's just a shame that this is what he'll be remembered for by many...
Cynic Metalhead - 03.04.2014 at 17:24  
Rating: 3 The only thing Metallica can hide butt for this piece of crap is they did for Lou Reed. It was few months back Lars came on Reddit and went one on one with fans' gruesome questions(nearly half of them was about "Dude, what the hell was Lulu?). He painly said "Metallica was plannin' to do something DIFFERENT and that's where Lou knocked our door. So 5 HEAVYWEIGHT sat on and decided to record new album and that's where LULU came upon".

Well, whatever the fuck it is, at last it came from Metallica studio.
!J.O.O.E.! - 03.04.2014 at 17:35  
 
Written by Alex Fenger on 03.04.2014 at 17:23

Lou Reed was a fabulous and incredibly influential musician, it's just a shame that this is what he'll be remembered for by many...

His Transformer album and work with Nico was pretty stellar stuff.
Lethrokai - 03.04.2014 at 17:59  
Rating: 7
Written by Alex Fenger on 03.04.2014 at 17:23

Lou Reed was a fabulous and incredibly influential musician, it's just a shame that this is what he'll be remembered for by many...


I really doubt that, tbh. It may be that way for a lot of metalheads who don't even know what his work is, but almost everyone who actually knows his work will remember him for The Velvet Underground & Nico album.
Unhealer - 03.04.2014 at 18:34  
Rating: 8
Written by Lethrokai on 03.04.2014 at 17:59

I really doubt that, tbh. It may be that way for a lot of metalheads who don't even know what his work is, but almost everyone who actually knows his work will remember him for The Velvet Underground & Nico album.


Thing is a collaboration with Metallica doesn't expose you to metalheads only, being one of the most mainstream rock bands. And your average metalhead doesn't give a fuck about "the banana album" anyway, hence the numerous hate comments when he died
Lethrokai - 03.04.2014 at 19:13  
Rating: 7
Written by Unhealer on 03.04.2014 at 18:34

Written by Lethrokai on 03.04.2014 at 17:59

I really doubt that, tbh. It may be that way for a lot of metalheads who don't even know what his work is, but almost everyone who actually knows his work will remember him for The Velvet Underground & Nico album.


Thing is a collaboration with Metallica doesn't expose you to metalheads only, being one of the most mainstream rock bands. And your average metalhead doesn't give a fuck about "the banana album" anyway, hence the numerous hate comments when he died


Eh, trivial matters... In the end, it's his remembrance among the fans that matters.
Kennoth - 06.09.2014 at 16:52  
  I'm genuinely disappointed that Hetfield is not listed as "the table" in the line-up.
FatihBatur - 06.09.2014 at 18:59  
Rating: 6 Not bad.
Troy Killjoy - 06.09.2014 at 20:53  
 
Written by FatihBatur on 06.09.2014 at 18:59
Not bad.

DOES NOT COMPUTE
Sepulnation - 04.11.2014 at 04:59  
Rating: 3 IMO, Iced Honey isn't a bad song...
Lit. - 04.11.2014 at 05:50  
  Technically, it wasn't released in 2011, but I think this single song makes up for this entire album. This is how you do a collaboration with Lou Reed (damn, he actually sounds happy in this):

Mattybu - 17.11.2014 at 22:48  
  This is the most toxic, vile, outwardly atrocious piece of shit that was ever recorded by any human being(s) ever, and all parties involved should be deeply, deeply ashamed of themselves. The standard for horrendousness in not just metal, or even music as a whole, but life itself.

-100000000000000000000000000000000/10

Yes, I am mad. I'm a victim.
Karlabos - 18.11.2014 at 01:45  
Rating: 3 C'mon it can't be that bad. I never listened to it, but I bet it must be just one more average to slightly bad thrash metal, and pepople are overreacting because they were expecting something like what they used to release a long time ago or something... If you want really crap you should probably turn the radio on =P
Mattybu - 18.11.2014 at 02:02  
  I've never heard anything on the radio even approaching how bad this is.
defeat213 - 02.12.2014 at 00:17  
Rating: 9 This is easily the best release to feature Metallica since RTL. Instrumentals are solid for what is essentially a spoken word album, and Lou is as endearing as ever. Maybe people haven't ever heard anything remotely experimental beyond metal (I know a lot of people who commented on albums like Jane Doe have said to have no experience with hardcore punk so it's not much of a stretch to assume so), but this is a wickedly solid album. Comparing this to an album that is literally just random noise (Metal Machine Music) is idiotic, but then again I doubt most of the votes are by Reed fans.
Dima - 02.12.2014 at 03:11  
Rating: 1 With all due respect how high are you right now?
defeat213 - 02.12.2014 at 04:52  
Rating: 9 Nope not high, but I have to ask the same of people who think this album is legitimately the worst album ever.
Dima - 04.12.2014 at 02:52  
Rating: 1 It's garbage from head to toe, neck to nuts.
defeat213 - 08.12.2014 at 04:34  
Rating: 9 Not really, I mean I could see how people would not like this, but I don''t see how people could hate it, beyond a personal hatred of any artist they perceive to be "artsy", or a desire for everything Metallica related to sound like MoP (which would be horrible).
Maco - 20.12.2014 at 19:26  
Rating: 3 Overhated.
Karlabos - 20.12.2014 at 22:59  
Rating: 3 Overhated indeed. It's a bad album, but definitely not the worst ever
Ozman - 20.12.2014 at 23:13  
Rating: 1
Written by Karlabos on 20.12.2014 at 22:59

Overhated indeed. It's a bad album, but definitely not the worst ever



I would say it is indeed one of the very worst albums ever. Even worst than St. Anger.
So what would you say is the worst ever?
Karlabos - 20.12.2014 at 23:37  
Rating: 3
Written by Ozman on 20.12.2014 at 23:13

Written by Karlabos on 20.12.2014 at 22:59

Overhated indeed. It's a bad album, but definitely not the worst ever



I would say it is indeed one of the very worst albums ever. Even worst than St. Anger.
So what would you say is the worst ever?

In my opinion if one wanted to listen to some of the worst songs ever all he'd had to do is turn the radio on nowadays.

Now the worst one among the metal scene? I don't know... There's so much atrociously bad things, some aren't even music like this or this. Then there's slightly better executed things like this, this or this which is on MS even.

I think people tend to think bad about this release because it's a big band which released it,but just crawl on the underground a bit and you may find a lot of stuff which is worse soundwise.

Yeah, depends on what your definition of "worst ever" is. If you think it has to be released by a big band just because it needs to be impactating, historically bad or something like that, then maybe... As for me, an album which is the worst ever is the one that is most poorly executed, it has the most off-putting vocals, it makes you want to turn it off as soon as possible, regardless of whether it's well known or not.
Ozman - 20.12.2014 at 23:39  
Rating: 1 I'd listen to autotuned crap on the radio than to Lulu so for me Lulu truly is one of the worst albums ever.
Ozman - 20.12.2014 at 23:40  
Rating: 1 Btw Apator is a genius. Seen him live a couple of times But he is not to be taken seriously and that's what he's aiming for whereas Lulu was a serious attempt.
Mattybu - 20.12.2014 at 23:45  
 
Written by defeat213 on 02.12.2014 at 04:52

Nope not high, but I have to ask the same of people who think this album is legitimately the worst album ever.


-Terrible, grating, lazy "riffs"
-Every song overly long with no good moments in it
-Horrendous homeless-person-with-downs-syndrome, nonsensical vocal delivery
-James Hetfield screaming he is a table 1000 times
-Terrible lyrics
-Torture-tier album length and lack of variation
-Colored man's dick

COLORED MAN'S DICK, PLEASE DEFEND THIS LYRIC

My friend and I had a contest to see who could get through more of this album a few months ago, I made it about half an hour and was literally getting aggravated by it. Most depressing piece of shit album ever made. Cringeworthiest thing is the people who defend it saying "this is good musicsz did u expect another MOP>>>??" and "U just dont appreciate Lou Reeds genius". Outside of any expectations, this album is the most horrendous piece of crap I have ever heard. I'd go as far as to say this is the only album in existence I could call objectively bad music. I would take shitty autotune R&B like Chris Brown or Justin Bieber or any terrible rap like YG or Lil Wayne nowadays or any shit autotune pitch corrected pop song on the radio nowadays over this no hesitation. Audio torture.
Mattybu - 20.12.2014 at 23:54  
  Lyrical excerpts:

"If I waggle my ass like a dark prostitute
Would you think less of me"

Deep!

"I will swallow your sharpest cutter
Like a colored man's dick"

Not retarded at all.

"I beg you to degrade me
Is there waste that I could eat"

s/o to Germany!

"If you make others feel like jam
Poured on a piece of charbroiled lamb"

Jam rhymes with lamb... GENIUS

"A puny body and a tiny dick
A little dog can make you sick"

Animal genitals are artsy as fuck, right?

"The taste of your vulva, everything on it
The hair on your shoulders
The smell of your armpit"

These are real lyrics from the album. Like come on man.
defeat213 - Today at 00:24  
Rating: 9 Lulz, I'd care about lyrics if it weren't for the fact that guitar-based music is easily one of the least lyrical genres out there. C'mon man, there's whole genres dedicated to mindless gore. Phobophile has some of the most mindless lyrics I've ever heard and that's easily one of Cryptopsy's best works. This isn't hip-hop where lyrics are actually remotely important, instead it's an old Lou Reed talk-singing over backing instrumentals). And I don't know what you expected riff-wise, this wasn't meant to be an in-your-face thrasher of an album, it's composed much like a spoken word album, so of course the riffs aren't going to exciting, but they serve their purpose well. Also, if 68 minutes is "torture-length" to you then I'm also assuming Dopethrone, Terria, The Call of the Wretched Sea, Paragon of Dissonance, and the Galilean Satellites are all tortuous for you as well. Plus, The View is only one song, and the infamous "table verse" is a small part of the song, complaining about it makes you look like every 14-year old Metallica fan that slams Lulu despite having not heard it (and apparently you haven't even heard the whole thing). I still can't get over the fact that I just typed up that response to a baby's first Pentagram-clone fan. But please, tell me more about how lyrics are actually important to you, a user on the same site that collectively gave Molesting the Decapitated an 8.2 out of 10.
defeat213 - Today at 00:26  
Rating: 9
Written by Mattybu on 20.12.2014 at 23:54

Lyrical excerpts:

"If I waggle my ass like a dark prostitute
Would you think less of me"

Deep!

"I will swallow your sharpest cutter
Like a colored man's dick"

Not retarded at all.

"I beg you to degrade me
Is there waste that I could eat"

s/o to Germany!

"If you make others feel like jam
Poured on a piece of charbroiled lamb"

Jam rhymes with lamb... GENIUS

"A puny body and a tiny dick
A little dog can make you sick"

Animal genitals are artsy as fuck, right?

"The taste of your vulva, everything on it
The hair on your shoulders
The smell of your armpit"

These are real lyrics from the album. Like come on man.

Do you listen to music for music or do you listen to for the lyrics? Because lyrics are literature, not music. I mean I could point out how weak Ghost B.C is lyrically, but that's not really necessary because they're boring musically as well.
Mattybu - Today at 00:49  
 
Written by defeat213 on Today at 00:24

Lulz, I'd care about lyrics if it weren't for the fact that guitar-based music is easily one of the least lyrical genres out there. C'mon man, there's whole genres dedicated to mindless gore. Phobophile has some of the most mindless lyrics I've ever heard and that's easily one of Cryptopsy's best works. This isn't hip-hop where lyrics are actually remotely important, instead it's an old Lou Reed talk-singing over backing instrumentals). And I don't know what you expected riff-wise, this wasn't meant to be an in-your-face thrasher of an album, it's composed much like a spoken word album, so of course the riffs aren't going to exciting, but they serve their purpose well. Also, if 68 minutes is "torture-length" to you then I'm also assuming Dopethrone, Terria, The Call of the Wretched Sea, Paragon of Dissonance, and the Galilean Satellites are all tortuous for you as well. Plus, The View is only one song, and the infamous "table verse" is a small part of the song, complaining about it makes you look like every 14-year old Metallica fan that slams Lulu despite having not heard it (and apparently you haven't even heard the whole thing). I still can't get over the fact that I just typed up that response to a baby's first Pentagram-clone fan. But please, tell me more about how lyrics are actually important to you, a user on the same site that collectively gave Molesting the Decapitated an 8.2 out of 10.


Oh man, not even going to go into this. Call of the Wretched Sea is a great album though.

I think you misunderstood a great deal of what I said and you devolved straight into the MS-douchebag "pick someone's favourite bands and divert the conversation by attacking them", and additionally the whole "you have to hear a whole album to have an opinion on it". People like you are why I hardly post on this site anymore.
defeat213 - Today at 00:58  
Rating: 9
Quote:
Quote:


Oh man, not even going to go into this. Call of the Wretched Sea is a great album though.

I think you misunderstood a great deal of what I said and you devolved straight into the MS-douchebag "pick someone's favourite bands and divert the conversation by attacking them", and additionally the whole "you have to hear a whole album to have an opinion on it". People like you are why I hardly post on this site anymore.

Didn't mention your love for the Pentagram-clone until the very end. You kind of do need to hear more than half of an album to rate it properly, because you know, there's still half of the content left. You were very clear in your criticism. You thought the riffs were "lazy", despite the fact that riffs obviously aren't the focal point, you thought the lyrics were laughable, which isn't much of a point for most music unless we're talking hip-hop. You also thought it was "torture length" which makes no sense given that 68 minutes really isn't that long, especially if you've ever sat through multi-hour monoliths. You said that James Hetfield saying he is a table was a major downside, even though that's less than 45 seconds of the whole album. You complained about a lack of variation which actually makes no sense given that The View and Pumping Blood (I'm assuming you at least made it this far) sound quite different. Also, you haven't even heard over 50% of the album (that's not even all of the first disc). The only thing that I could see making sense as a criticism is the vocals, but they're not the worst thing I've ever heard, so to me they aren't much of a negative.
defeat213 - Today at 01:00  
Rating: 9 And I wouldn't have brought up Ghost B.C if it weren't for the fact that you think "lazy" riffs are a downside of Lulu, despite the fact that Ghost B.C's existence is an example of laziness. It would be like if I said that I only like music with good vocals and rated a slam album as a 10.
Ozman - Today at 01:00  
Rating: 1 What band that Matty loves is aan Pentagram clone?
Mattybu - Today at 01:03  
 
Written by defeat213 on Today at 00:58

Didn't mention your love for the Pentagram-clone until the very end.


Makes it no less irrelevant. I made my other points, and you didn't understand them/took them personally (and I'm certain you would be too stubborn to engage in a worthwhile discussion about them), so there's no point in further conversation. Have a nice day.
Mattybu - Today at 01:04  
 
Written by Ozman on Today at 01:00

What band that Matty loves is aan Pentagram clone?


He's talking about Ghost. He went into my album votes and saw a 10 and can't seem to get off that topic, which I repeat is 100% irrelevant to the conversation at hand
defeat213 - Today at 01:04  
Rating: 9
Written by Ozman on Today at 01:00

What band that Matty loves is aan Pentagram clone?

Ghost B.C is what I imagine a boring version of Pentagram would sound like.
defeat213 - Today at 01:05  
Rating: 9
Quote:
Quote:


He's talking about Ghost. He went into my album votes and saw a 10 and can't seem to get off that topic, which I repeat is 100% irrelevant to the conversation at hand

So far I've devoted maybe 45 words to them. Most of my responses have been about Lulu, but evidently the moment someone suggests that Ghost is blahverage you shut down.
Ozman - Today at 01:07  
Rating: 1
Written by defeat213 on Today at 01:04

Written by Ozman on Today at 01:00

What band that Matty loves is aan Pentagram clone?

Ghost B.C is what I imagine a boring version of Pentagram would sound like.


Ghost can be called a more or less Blue Oyster Cult wannabe but not a Pentagram clone. Hell Pentagram is more a Black Sabbath clone than that Ghost clones them.
!J.O.O.E.! - Today at 01:09  
  Logical fallacies abound. I love it when people, in serious tone, use someone's taste to invalidate a personal opinion. That's what it looks like to me, anyway.
defeat213 - Today at 01:10  
Rating: 9
Quote:
Ghost can be called a more or less Blue Oyster Cult wannabe but not a Pentagram clone. Hell Pentagram is more a Black Sabbath clone than that Ghost clones them.

I mean you're not wrong, but I'm not sure if you're 100% right. Regardless, Ghost has always struck me as a very bland group. If I'm going to listen to revivalist music then I'd rather listen to modern day trad-doom.
LeKiwi - Today at 06:37  
Rating: 3
Written by defeat213 on Today at 00:24

Lulz, I'd care about lyrics if it weren't for the fact that guitar-based music is easily one of the least lyrical genres out there.

No words...

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