The thing about a legacy is that it is nearly always pissed on by the legend that creates it. From Elvis' descent into ill health, Garrincha and George Best's problems with alcohol right through to Ric Flair's desperate search for that last dollar it's a definite rarity for a record to remain unblemished, and whether a fan or not it's hard to argue against the fact that Metallica and Lou Reed are legends, whether in their housing genre or just music in general.

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