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Metallica
« on: December 14, 2006, 03:19:11 AM »
Metallica was easily the best, most influential heavy metal band of the '80s, responsible for bringing the music back to Earth. Instead of playing the usual rock star games of metal stars of the early '80s, the band looked and talked like they were from the street. Metallica expanded the limits of thrash, using speed and volume not for their own sake, but to enhance their intricately structured compositions. The release of 1983's Kill 'Em All marked the beginning of the legitimization of heavy metal's underground, bringing new complexity and depth to thrash metal. With each album, the band's playing and writing improved; James Hetfield developed a signature rhythm playing that matched his growl, while lead guitarist Kirk Hammett became one of the most copied guitarists in metal. Lars Ulrich's thunderous, yet complex, drumming clicked in perfectly with Cliff Burton's innovative bass playing. After releasing their masterpiece Master of Puppets in 1986, tragedy struck the band when their tour bus crashed while traveling in Sweden, killing Burton. When the band decided to continue, Jason Newsted was chosen to replace Burton; two years later, the band released the conceptually ambitious ...And Justice for All, which hit the Top Ten without any radio play and very little support from MTV. But Metallica completely crossed over into the mainstream with 1991's Metallica, which found the band trading in their long compositions for more concise song structures; it resulted in a number one album that sold over seven million copies in the U.S. alone. The band launched a long, long tour which kept them on the road for nearly two years. By the '90s, Metallica had changed the rules for all heavy metal bands; they were the leaders of the genre, respected not only by headbangers, but by mainstream record buyers and critics. No other heavy metal band has ever been able to pull off such a trick. However, the group lost some members of their core audience with their long-awaited follow-up to Metallica, 1996's Load. For Load, the band decided to move toward alternative rock in terms of image -- they cut their hair and had their picture taken by Anton Corbijn. Although the album was a hit upon its summer release -- entering the charts at number one and selling three million copies within two months -- certain members of their audience complained about the shift in image, as well as the group's decision to headline the sixth Lollapalooza. Re-Load, which combined new material with songs left off of the Load record, appeared in 1997; despite poor reviews, it sold at a typically brisk pace through the next year. Garage Inc., a double-disc collection of B-sides, rarities, and newly recorded covers, followed in 1998. In 1999, Metallica continued their flood of product with SM, documenting a live concert with the San Francisco Symphony; it debuted at number two, reconfirming their immense popularity.

The band spent most of 2000 embroiled in controversy by spearheading a legal assault on Napster, a file-sharing service that allowed users to download music files from each other's computers. Aggressively targeting copyright infringement of their own material, the band notoriously had over 300,000 users kicked off the service, creating a widespread debate over the availability of digital music that raged for most of the year. In January 2001, bassist Jason Newsted announced his amicable departure from the band. Shortly after the band appeared at the ESPN awards in April of the same year, Hetfield, Hammett, and Ulrich entered the recording studio to begin work on their next album, with producer Bob Rock lined up to handle bass duties for the sessions (with rumors of former Ozzy Osbourne/Alice in Chains bassist Mike Inez being considered for the vacated position). In July, Metallica surprisingly dropped their lawsuit against Napster, perhaps sensing that their controversial stance did more bad than good to their "band of the people" image. In late summer 2001, the band's recording sessions (and all other band-related matters) were put on hold as Hetfield entered an undisclosed rehab facility for alcoholism and other addictions. He completed treatment and rejoined the band and they headed back into the studio in 2002 to record St. Anger, released in mid-2003. The recording of St. Anger was capped with the search for a permanent replacement for Newstead. After a long audition process, former Ozzy Osbourne/Suicidal Tendencies bass player Robert Trujillo was selected and joined Metallica for their 2003/2004 world tour. The growing pains the band experienced during the recording process of St. Anger were captured in the celebrated documentary Some Kind of Monster which saw theatrical release in 2004. Stephen Thomas Erlewine Greg Prato
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Re: Metallica
« Reply #1 on: December 14, 2006, 06:39:25 AM »
All in all, they're one of my most favorite bands in history of rock n roll.

Favorites songs: "One", "Enter Sandman" and "Harvest of Sorrow". I swear, the lyrics seems as if made by angels. ^_^ 

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Re: Metallica
« Reply #2 on: December 14, 2006, 06:51:43 AM »
the lyrics seems as if made by angels. ^_^ 
aha.  0:)

My favorite Metallica songs are: "One", "Unforgiven2", "Of wolf and man"
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Re: Metallica
« Reply #3 on: December 14, 2006, 07:15:29 AM »
I forgot about "No Leaf Clover" as well.

the lyrics seems as if made by angels. ^_^ 
aha.  0:)

My favorite Metallica songs are: "One", "Unforgiven2", "Of wolf and man"

So you've seen the videoclip of "One"? The rare one with the footage of "Johnny Got His Gun", 197-? I worship it:

Doc: The cerebrum has suffered massive and irreparable damage
You can never know what has happened to him
If I have not been sure of this, I would not have permitted him to live

Where am I?
Father
What happened?
I need help
What is democracy?
What is democracy?
It got something to do with young men killing each other, Arthur
When itís comes my turn, will you want me to go?
For democracy, any man would give his only begotten son

It is impossible for any severed individual to experience pain
Pleasure
Memory
Dreams or thought of any kind
This young man will be as unfeeling
As unthinking as the dead
Until the day he joins them

I donít know weather Iím alive or dreaming or dead or remembering
How can you tell whatís a dream and whatís real
When you canít even tell when youíre awake and when youíre asleep

Where am I?

I canít remember anything
Can't tell if this is true or dream
Deep down inside I feel to scream
This terrible silence stops with me

Now that the war is through with me
I'm waking up, I cannot see
That there's not much left of me
Nothing is real but pain now

Hold my breath as I wish for death
Oh please God, wake me

They kept my head and chopped off everything
Oh god, please make them hear me
They wonít listen, they wonít hear me
They got to wake me up Iíll be like this for years
Hear me

Back in the womb it's much too real
In pumps life that I must feel
But can't look forward to reveal
Look to the time when I'll live

Fed through the tube that sticks in me
Just like a wartime novelty
Tied to machines that make me be
Cut this life off from me

Hold my breath as I wish for death
Oh please God, wake me

Itís like a piece of me that keeps on living
It wonít always be like this, will it?

I canít live like this!
I-I canít!
Please no
I canít! I canít!
Help me, help me, help me!
Mother where are ya?
Mommy, mother, Iím having a nightmare and I canít wake up

Now the world is gone I'm just one
Oh God help me

Hold my breath as I wish for death
Oh please God, help me

Me lying here like, like some freak in a carnival show
Here is the armless
Legless
Wonder of the twentieth century

Death has a dignity of its own
Father!
I need help
Iím in terrible trouble and I need help
Donít you remember when you were little?
How and you and Bill Harper use to string a wire between the two houses
So you could telegraph to each other
Youíll remember the Morse code

Darkness
Imprisoning me
All that I see
Absolute horror
I cannot live
I cannot die
Trapped in myself
Body my holding cell

Itís Morse code
For what?
S.O.S.
Help

Landmine
Has taken my sight
Taken my speech
Taken my hearing
Taken my arms
Taken my legs
Taken my soul
Left me with life in Hell

Whatís he saying?
Said kill me
Over and over again
Kill me
Oh god, please make them hear me
Donít you have any message for him Arthur?
Heís the product of your profession
Not mine

Kill me
Iím asking you to kill me

Thank you

Save me please
Father

Each man faces death by himself
Alone
Good-bye father

Inside me Iím screaming nobody pays any attention
If I had arms, I could kill myself
If I had legs, I could run away
If I had a voice, I could talk and be some kind of company for myself
How do I know theyíll kill me?
I could yell for help, but nobodyíd help me
I just got to do some kind of, see how I can go on like this

S.O.S. help me
S.O.S. help me

Weird dude:
Keep the home fires burning
While our hearts are yearning

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Re: Metallica
« Reply #4 on: December 17, 2006, 11:09:42 AM »


So you've seen the videoclip of "One"? The rare one with the footage of "Johnny Got His Gun", 197-? I worship it:

Doc: The cerebrum has suffered massive and irreparable damage
You can never know what has happened to him
If I have not been sure of this, I would not have permitted him to live

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I don't like one-s video clip. But song.... 0:)
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Re: Metallica
« Reply #5 on: December 17, 2006, 12:53:24 PM »


So you've seen the videoclip of "One"? The rare one with the footage of "Johnny Got His Gun", 197-? I worship it:

Doc: The cerebrum has suffered massive and irreparable damage
You can never know what has happened to him
If I have not been sure of this, I would not have permitted him to live


I don't like one-s video clip. But song.... 0:)
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It's sort of anti-war, especially "... And Justice For All."
Oh I felt bad for the legless armless lil dude *_* XD
What matters that it rocks. :lol:

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Re: Metallica
« Reply #6 on: August 19, 2008, 01:22:13 PM »
best band ever

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Re: Metallica
« Reply #7 on: August 26, 2008, 08:13:00 AM »
James Hetfield
Born: August 3, 1963
From: Los Angeles
Personal: Married, 3 Children
Instrument: Vocals, Guitar
Vitals: Blue eyes, blonde hair, 6'1"/1.85 meters tall



 When it comes to defining Metallica, most people use James Hetfield as their guide. There's never any bulls**t with James and there's never any shirking of duties. Example? When he threw his back out on the Summer Sanitarium 2000 tour, James ploughed his way through three weeks of intense physical therapy in four days, according to his physical therapist. And when the going got really tough, and James needed help in 2001, he sought it out, took it on and came back stronger than ever. It is precisely this sort of fierce, unbending dedication, devotion and spirit which has made James such an inspirational focal point through the years for millions of fans.

Ironically, the voice of Metallica (indeed, a defining voice of his rock'n'roll generation) very nearly wasn't a voice at all, simply because in the early days, James Hetfield didn't fancy being a lead vocalist. Metallica tried a few different vocal/guitar configurations. Some of the options considered included adding another
guitar player, having then-lead guitar player Dave Mustaine play the sole guitar and asking John Bush from Armored Saint to sing for the band. Of course common sense prevailed, James decided to fight harder to establish himself as a frontman and the results are, ahem, history

To trace the roots of Hetfield's unflinching dedication and determination, you have to go back to a childhood that was often tough but laid a foundation, which underscores James today. Born to a truck driver and light opera singer on August 3rd, 1963, in Los Angeles, his family's Christian Science religious beliefs played a large part in the young Hetfield's life, and subsequently form a central point for many of Metallica's lyrics. He was 9 years old when he first took piano lessons before taking on brother David's drums and finally picking up a guitar in his pre-teens.

With the likes of Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin and Thin Lizzy providing inspiration, James quickly set about the task of becoming a rock star in his first band, Obsession. Made up of the Veloz brothers on bass and drums, with Jim Arnold on guitar, plenty of time was spent in the Veloz's garage jamming with Ron McGoveny and Dave Marrs acting as roadies. McGovney subsequently stepped in alongside Marrs and Hetfield when the Veloz brothers incarnation ended.

After moving to Brea, California, James attended Brea Olinda High School and met up with drummer Jim Mulligan. The two jammed at lunch time scaring fellow guitarists with their loud and heavy sounds before a guy called Hugh Tanner was seen carrying around part of a flying V guitar at school. Phantom Lord was born with Hugh on guitar, Mulligan on drums and James singing plus playing guitar. The group went through a few bass players until graduation when James moved back to Downey.

Back in Downey, James moved into a house owned by Ron McGovney's parents that was slated for demolition due to an expressway expansion. It was the perfect place for James and Ron to crash, rehearse and jam. James talked Ron into taking up bass, Phantom Lord was no more and the third band under Hetfield's leadership.

Leather Charm, was born. The only difference between Charm and Lord, was James singing without guitar and Ron playing bass guitar, Hugh Tanner and Jim Mulligan retaining their former 'Lord positions. Leather Charm was a largely hard rock combo, playing some originals and covers such as Iron Maiden's 'Remember Tomorrow' amongst others. The band managed to perform at a few parties and recorded a demo, but then began to fall apart.

First Tanner left the band (replaced by Troy James), then Mulligan left for a more progressive, Rush-like band. And with no drummer, the band was forced to call it quits. Although it was Mulligan's departure that led to James searching for a new drummer, we can safely say that Hugh Tanner was responsible for the catalytic moment which would change the course of James Hetfield's life and out him on the path to achieving his childhood ambition. How? Simple...Tanner introduced James to Lars Ulrich. The rest, as you'll read elsewhere, is a long, illustrious (occasionally curious) and still-evolving history...

James is the main songwriter in Metallica, co-creating the framework and structure for most Metallimaterial. When he's not writing, singing or playing, James enjoys a variety of outdoor activities including hunting, snowboarding, water and jet-skiing, sketching, annoying neighbors with guns and loud pipes on his chopper "The Saga", watching his favorite Oakland Raiders and going to hot-rod shows. He also collects older guitars (particularly those from 1963) and enjoys working on old cars. Amongst his favorites are a '55 Chevy BelAir (which he helped built and restore himself), and 'The Beast', a fearsome all-terrain 4-wheel drive Blazer that is designed to survive everything from earthquakes to nuclear holocausts. Aside from these pursuits, James is often happiest spending time with his wife Francesca and three children, Cali, Castor, and Marcella.
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Re: Metallica
« Reply #8 on: August 26, 2008, 08:14:04 AM »
Lars Ulrich
Born: December 26, 1963
From: Gentofte, Denmark
Personal: Married, 2 Children
Instrument: Drums
Vitals: Green eyes, blonde/brown hair, 5'7"/1.7 meters tall



 The oft-seen and heard dynamo of Metallica, when it comes to arranging all matters from songs to business, Lars is always at the epicenter. Indeed, constant activity has been a hallmark of Ulrich's life. As a child he saw his father Torben run a small jazz club in Copenhagen (sax player Dexter Gordon is Lars' Godfather) before following the family on the professional tennis circuit where Torben became an established figure.

Lars was nearly 10 when the sounds of Richie Blackmore and Deep Purple blew his little socks off at one of the first gigs he ever attended. It began a theme which has been recurrent in his life -obsession with a band- and having bought the 'Fireball' album, he began a Deep Purple love affair which continues to this day. At 13 his grandmother bought him his first drum kit, yet percussion vyed with tennis for priority. When the family moved to Newport Beach, CA in the late '70's, the seeds of priority scattered themselves in his field: girls, rock'n'roll and the occasional funny cigarette were all keys in turning Lars from the wooden raquet to full metal racket. He got so excited about metal music that he jammed a bit with a young lad called James Hetfield before taking a teenage trip to England during June of 1981 to see his newly beloved Diamond Head. He thus managed to finagle living with them for a while before returning to So Cal and the tape-trading he enjoyed with the likes of Metal Blade Records Brian Slagel.

Slagel was looking for bands to record cuts for an album he would release on the label (their first release). Lars got a slot but had no band. Remembering the less-than-awesome yet energetic jams with young Hetfield, Lars called him up and told him about the album. James listened. And thus was Metallica conceived.

These days, some 80-odd million albums worldwide later, Metallica might have undergone enormous collective and individual changes, but the essence of Ulrich remains. He is at once a loyal, attentive and determined person, one who locks in for the long-haul and one who's skin can achieve great thickness. He's also, in recent years, become even more comfortable saying exactly what he believes in regardless of the consequences (as evidenced by his willingness to be the band spokesperson on the Napster issue).

Music now shares the front seat with Lars' wife Skylar and two sons Myles and Layne as well as his thriving interests in art and film. Busy? Of course. But would Lars have it any other way? The proof is there for all to see...

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Re: Metallica
« Reply #9 on: August 26, 2008, 08:15:30 AM »
Kirk Hammett
Born: November 18, 1962
From: San Francisco
Personal: Married, 1 child
Instrument: Guitar, background vocals
Vitals: Brown eyes, brown hair, 5'8"/1.75 meters tall



 Kirk Hammett, never without a grin or a curious thought, is the true Bay Area band-member. Born in San Francisco, and raised in the East Bay town of El Sobrante, he gained an interest in music from his brother Rick's extensive record collection, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin and UFO. It all led to him properly picking up the guitar when he was 15, his first being a wholly unglamorous Montgomery Ward catalog special accompanied by a shoe box with 4 inch speaker for an amp.

After picking up a 1978 Fender Stratocaster, Kirk experimented by mixing and matching guitar parts to find his perfect sound before falling for a 1974 Gibson Flying V. In a determined (and successful) effort to upgrade his equipment, Kirk even took a shift at Burger King to get the cash together for his first Marshall amp. Around that time, Kirk also co-founded Exodus with Paul Baloff, and the East Bay thrashers crossed paths with Metallica twice, in late '82 and early '83, as a support act.

In April 1983, Kirk received a phone call from Metallica in New York. They were in the process of firing guitarist Dave Mustaine and wanted Kirk to fly out and audition. Kirk got the money together for the flight, left California for the first time and arrived in the late afternoon to find three guys who were still waking up. Immediately he, and they, knew the fit was right despite the fact nobody ever formally invited him to join.

A keen student of his instrument even today, Hammett followed his first 'Kill 'Em All' tour by taking lessons from Joe Satriani, and embarked upon a passage of guitar self-education that took in jazz, blues and classical styles. Indeed, education has always been Kirk's answer to potential burnout. After the marathon 'Black' album tour ended in 1993, he immediately went to the City College of San Francisco where he took classes, something he credits as the reason behind his reinvention as a guitarist on the 'Load' and 'Re-load' albums.

Kirk continues to bring not only a dazzling array of lead guitar parts to Metallica's music but also some savage rifferey, having started sharing 6-string duties with James during the 'Load' era. He is happily married to Lani, and lives in San Francisco along with a large collection of old Hollywood movie memorabilia, his two dogs Darla and Hoku, plus cats.......Oh, and for the record, Kirk plays his guitar at least 361 days a year.

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Re: Metallica
« Reply #10 on: August 26, 2008, 08:17:16 AM »
Cliff R.I.P.

Robert Trujillo
Born: October 23, 1964
From: Santa Monica, California
Personal: Married, 2 Children
Instrument: Bass, Background Vocals
Vitals: Brown eyes, dark hair, 5'9"/1.75 meters tall



 He's got rhythm, and he's most certainly got music. Now Robert Trujillo's also got the job of being Metallica's new bassist and family member...one that will doubtless fit this most righteous and cheerful of Southern Californians like a glove.

Although he sometimes does use a pick, Trujillo is best known as a baaaad motherplucker, a finger-playin' bass monster who's dexterity, tones and attitude have seen him grace the bass of Suicidal Tendencies, Infectious Grooves and Ozzy Osbourne's band since his first professional work with Suicidal in 1989. It all stems back to a childhood filled with variety and spice.

Growing up in Venice Beach "Dog Town", Trujillo heard everything, from Led Zeppelin to Motown with a chunk of funk in between. Joined with a young love of surfing, Trujillo developed a rhythm and a vibe that saw him play with a variety of local bands through his early 20s until he met Mike Muir of Suicidal Tendencies via his High School buddy, Suicidal guitarist Rocky George. the two got on infamously well, and thus began a rich and fruitful relationship which saw Rob establish himself as one of the most exciting bass talents in the rock world.

In the early '90s, he and Muir formed the experimental funk-rockers Infectious Grooves, and then in the mid-'90s Trujillo joined up with Ozzy Osbourne. Together with drummer Mike Bordin, Trujillo formed one of rock music's most soild and reliable rhythm units.

Rob's name first floated by the Metallicamp during Suicidal's supporting role on the Summer Shed tour of '94, when all the band noted his enthusiastic style and performances. Thus when it was time to consider who could step up and take the bass full-time in Metallica, Rob's name was an obvious choice.

By all accounts, Trujillo's audition dared the band NOT to give him the job, and even producer Bob Rock was heard saying how complete and unequivocally whole the band sounded with Rob playing.

And so it was that on Thursday, February 24th 2003, Robert Trujillo walked in to the HQ and saw Ulrich, Hammett and Hetfield immediately start applauding him. Again, Rob is the perfect fit, a calm, even-keeled man with experience and full bass props...and genuinely one of the nicest guys around. It all adds up to the 4th member, an equal part of the Metallica family and an exciting new stage in Metallihistory.

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Re: Metallica
« Reply #11 on: August 26, 2008, 08:17:58 AM »
EQUIPMENT

Robert Trujillo:

Ampeg SVT II amplifiers & Ampeg 8x10 speaker cabinets
Mesa Boogie Rectifier amplifiers & Mesa Boogie 4x12 speaker cabinets
Morley Power Wah pedals
Fernandes bass guitars
Zon bass guitars
Music Man bass guitars
Dean Markley Strings
EMG pickups
Dunlop FX & products

James Hetfield:

Ken Lawrence Custom Explorer Natural
ESP Custom Deerskull Inlay Explorer
ESP Custom Black Explorer with Diamond Plate
ESP Custom Black Silver Diamond Plate Explorer
ESP Custom Black "Fuel" Les Paul Style with Gold Pinstripe
ESP Custom Flying V with Green Flames
ESP Custom Flying V with Hot Rod Flames

ESP Custom Black Explorer Bright Diamond Plate
ESP Custom Black Explorer with Wood-Burn Deer
ESP Custom Black & White Pin Stripe Les Paul
ESP Custom Black & Gold
ESP New Model Explorer Black with Mother or Pearl Inlay
Dunlop Custom Nylon Picks
Mesa Boogie 4x12 Speaker Cabinet
2xMesa Boogie Strategy 400 power Amplifiers

Lars Ulrich:

TAMA Star Classic 22"x16" bass drums
TAMA Star Classic 16"x16" Floor Tom
TAMA Star Classic 16"x14" Floor Tom
TAMA Star Classic 10"x9" Tom Tom
TAMA Star Classic 12"x11" Tom Tom
TAMA Diamond Plate Signature Snare Drum 6.5x14
Tama Cymbals stands & Hardware

REMO Drum Heads
Iron Cobra Pedals
Easton Ahead Drumsticks
Zildjiian 17", 18", 19" medium cymbals
Zildjiian 20" China Trash
Zildjiian 14" Dyno-Beat Hi-Hats
Zildjiian 20" Custom China

Kirk Hammett:

ESP Spider
ESP Skull
ESP Ouija
Gibson Les Paul
Jackson Randy Rhodes Model
Esp Flying V

ESP Mummy
Mesa Boogie Tremoverb 2x12 Combo Amp
Mesa Boogie Triaxis Pre-Amp
Mesa Boogie Strategy 400 Stereo power Amp
Dunlop Picks
Mesa Boogie 4x12 Speaker Cabinet
Mesa Boogie 2x12 Speaker Cabinet
Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier Amp

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Re: Metallica
« Reply #12 on: August 26, 2008, 08:20:35 AM »
DISCOGRAPHY

Album: Kill 'em All
Produced by: Paul Curcio
Recorded at: Music America, Rochester, NY
Release Date: July 1983
Chart position: 120


* Hit The Lights
* The Four Horsemen
* Motorbreath
* Jump In The Fire
* (Anesthesia)--Pulling Teeth
* Whiplash
* Blitzkrieg
* Phantom Lord
* No Remorse
* Seek & Destroy
* Metal Militia
* Am I Evil?



Album: Ride The Lightning
Produced by: Metallica
Recorded at: Sweet Silence Studios, Copenhagen, DK
Release Date: August 1984
Chart position: 100


* Fight Fire With Fire
* Ride The Lightning
* For Whom The Bell Tolls
* Fade To Black
* Trapped Under Ice
* Escape
* Creeping Death
* The Call Of Ktulu



Album: Master Of Puppets
Produced by: Metallica and Flemming Rassmussen
Recorded at: Sweet Silence Studios, Copenhagen, DK
Release Date: February 21, 1986
Chart position: 29

* Battery
* Master Of Puppets
* The Thing That Should Not Be
* Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
* Disposable Heroes
* Leper Messiah
* Orion
* Damage Inc.



Album: Garage Days Re-visited
Produced by: Metallica
Recorded at: A&M & Conway, Los Angeles, CA
Release Date: August 21, 1987
Chart position: 28

* Helpless
* The Small Hours
* The Wait
* Crash Course In Brain Surgery
* Last Caress/Green Hell



Album: ...And Justice For All
Produced by: Metallica with Fleming Rassmussan
Recorded at: One on One Studios, Los Angeles, CA
Release Date: August 25, 1988
Chart position: 6


* Blackened
* ...And Justice For All
* Eye Of The Beholder
* One
* The Shortest Straw
* Harvester Of Sorrow
* The Frayed Ends Of Sanity
* To Live Is To Die
* Dyers Eve



Album: Metallica (Black Album)
Produced by: Bob Rock with Hetfield & Ulrich
Recorded at: One on One Studios, Los Angeles, CA
Release Date: August 13, 1991
Chart position: 1


* Enter Sandman
* Sad But True
* Holier Than Thou
* The Unforgiven
* Wherever I May Roam
* Don't Tread On Me
* Through The Never
* Nothing Else Matters
* Of Wolf And Man
* The God That Failed
* My Friend Of Misery
* The Struggle Within
* So What (Japanese Import Bonus Track)



Album: Load
Produced by: Bob Rock with Hetfield & Ulrich
Recorded at: The Plant Studios, Sausalito, CA
Release Date: June 4, 1996
Chart position: 1


* Ain't My lady
* 2x4
* The House Jack Built
* Until It Sleeps
* King Nothing
* Hero Of The Day
* Poor Twisted Me
* Wasting My Hate
* Mama Said
* Thorn Within
* Ronnie
* The Outlaw Torn



Album: Re-Load
Produced by: Bob Rock with Hetfield & Ulrich
Recorded at: The Plant Studios, Sausalito, CA
Release Date: November 18, 1997
Chart position: 1

* Fuel
* The Memory Remains
* Devil's Dance
* The Unforgiven II
* Better Than You
* Slither
* Carpe Diem Baby
* Bad Seed
* Where The Wild Things Are
* Prince Charming
* Low Man's Lyric
* Attitude
* Fixxxer



Album: Garage Inc.
Produced by: Bob Rock with Hetfield & Ulrich
Recorded at: The Plant Studios, Sausalito, CA
Release Date: November 24, 1998
Chart position: 2


* Free Speech For The Dumb
* It's Electric
* Sabbra Cadabra
* Turn The Page
* Die, Die My Darling
* Loverman
* Mercyful Fate
* Astronomy
* Whiskey In The Jar
* Tuesday's Gone
* The More I See
* Helpless
* The Small Hours
* The Wait
* Crash Course In Brain Surgery
* Last Caress/Green Hell
* Am I Evil?
* Blitzkrieg
* Breadfan
* The Prince
* Stone Cold Crazy
* So What
* Killing Time
* Overkill
* Damage Case
* Stone Dead Forever
* Too Late Too Late



Album: S&M
Produced by: Bob Rock with Hetfield, Ulrich & Kamen
Recorded at: Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley,CA
Release Date: November 23, 1999
Chart position: 2


* The Ecstasy Of Gold
* The Call Of Ktulu
* Master Of Puppets
* Of Wolf And Man
* The Thing That Should Not Be
* Fuel
* The Memory Remains
* No Leaf Clover
* Hero Of The Day
* Devil's Dance
* Bleeding Me
* Nothing Else Matters
* Until It Sleeps
* For Whom The Bell Tolls
* Human
* Wherever I May Roam
* Outlaw Torn
* Sad But True
* One
* Enter Sandman
* Battery



Album: St. Anger
Produced by: Bob Rock and Metallica
Recorded at: HQ, San Rafael, CA
Release Date: June 5th, 2003
Chart position: 1


* Frantic
* St. Anger
* Some Kind Of Monster
* Dirty Window
* Invisible Kid
* My World
* Shoot Me Again
* Sweet Amber
* The Unnamed Feeling
* Purify
* All Within My Hands

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Re: Metallica
« Reply #13 on: August 26, 2008, 08:21:44 AM »
The Four Horsemen - Metallica (Live 1992)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nEeWtQheYVs