METALLICA - BLACK ALBUM

Alles rund um das bis dato erfolgreichste Metallica Album, sowie das meistverkaufte Album der Soundscan-Ära, das Black Album!

Veröffentlichung:12. August 1991
Aufnahme:Oktober 1990 bis Juni 1991
Label:Elektra Records
Genre:Heavy Metal
Produzent:Metallica und Bob Rock
Singles:Enter Sandman, The Unforgiven, Nothing Else Matters, Wherever I May Roam, Sad But True
Demos & PromotionsStone Cold Crazy, Brazil box Set, The Good The Bad And The Live, Don't Tread On Me, 15 Pieces of Live Shit, One 1994, Enter Sandman/One, Mandatory Metallica
Spielzeit:62:23
LineUp:James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, Kirk Hammett, Jason Newsted
Studio:One on One Studios, Los Angeles (USA)
Beste Chart Position:USA 1 United Kingdom 1 Germany 1 Schweiz 1
Auszeichnungen: USA 16 x Platin für über 16.000.000 Verkäufe
United Kingdom 2 x Platin für über 600.000 Verkäufe

Tracklist:


ORIGINAL ALBUM (LP1+2 / CD1)
01. Enter Sandman - 05:29    
(Hetfield, Ulrich, Hammett)
04. The Unforgiven - 06:26    
(Hetfield, Ulrich, Hammett)
07. Through The Never - 04:01    
(Hetfield, Ulrich, Hammett)
09. Of Wolf And Man - 04:16    
(Hetfield, Ulrich, Hammett)
11. My Friend of Misery - 06:47    
(Hetfield, Ulrich, Newsted)

JAPANESE BONUS TRACK
13. SO WHAT    
(Exalt, Culmer)


LP 3: “SAD BUT TRUE” PICTURE DISC
01. Sad But True
02. Nothing Else Matters (Elevator Version)
03. Creeping Death (Live in Moscow, Russia)
04. Sad But True (August 13, 1990 Demo)


Metallica TUSHINO AIRFIELD, MOSCOW
Metallica - LIVE AT TUSHINO AIRFIELD
LP 5 & 6: LIVE AT TUSHINO AIRFIELD, MOSCOW, RUSSIA - SEPTEMBER 28TH, 1991
01. The Ecstasy of Gold
02. Enter Sandman (Live)
03. Creeping Death (Live)
04. Harvester of Sorrow (Live)
05. Fade to Black (Live)
06. Sad But True (Live)
07. Master of Puppets (Live)
08. Seek & Destroy (Live)
09. For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live)
10. One (Live)
11. Whiplash (Live)
12. Encore Jam (Live)
13. Last Caress (Live)
14. Am I Evil? (Live)
15. Battery (Live)
Metallica THE INTERVIEWS
Metallica - THE INTERVIEWS


CD 2: INTERVIEWS: THE DAVID FRICKE TAPES
01. Kirk
02. Jason
03. Lars
04. James


CD 3: INTERIVEWS: THE STEFFAN CHIRAZI TAPES


CD 4: RIFFS & DEMOS (DISC 1)
01. The Unforgiven (From James' Riff Tapes)
02. Nothing Else Matters (From James' Riff Tapes)
03. Sad But True (From James' Riff Tapes)
04. Holier Than Thou (From James' Riff Tapes)
05. Don't Tread On Me (From James' Riff Tapes)
06. The Unforgiven (From James' Riff Tapes II)
07. The Struggle Within (From James' Riff Tapes)
08. The Unforgiven (From James' Riff Tapes III)
09. The God That Failed (From James' Riff Tapes)
10. Wherever I May Roam (From James' Riff Tapes)
11. Enter Sandman (From Kirk's Riff Tapes)
12. Through the Never (From Kirk's Riff Tapes)
13. Of Wolf and Man (From Kirk's Riff Tapes)
14. Enter Sandman (From Kirk's Riff Tapes II)
15. My Friend of Misery (From Jason's Riff Tapes)
16. Enter Sandman (June 6th, 1990, Writing in Progress)
17. Sad But True (June 6th, 1990, Writing in Progress)
18. The God That Failed (June 6th, 1990, Writing in Progress)
19. Don't Tread On Me (June 6th, 1990, Writing in Progress)
20. The Struggle Within (June 6th, 1990, Writing in Progress)
21. Holier Than Thou (June 6th, 1990, Writing in Progress)
22. Sad But True (June 10th, 1990, Writing in Progress)
23. Sad But True (July 12th, 1990 Demo)
24. Don't Tread On Me (July 12th, 1990 Demo)
25. Enter Sandman (July 12th, 1990 Demo)
26. Nothing Else Matters (July 12th, 1990 Demo)
27. Of Wolf and Man (July 12th, 1990, Writing in Progress)
28. Through the Never (July 12th, 1990, Writing in Progress)
29. The Struggle Within (July 24th, 1990, Writing in Progress)
30. Wherever I May Roam (July 24th, 1990, Writing in Progress)
31. Wherever I May Roam (July 30th, 1990, Writing in Progress)
32. The Struggle Within (July 30th, 1990, Writing in Progress)


Metallica RIFFS & DEMOS
Metallica - RIFFS & DEMOS
CD 5: RIFFS & DEMOS (DISC 2)
01. Enter Sandman (August 13th, 1990 Demo)
02. Sad But True (August 13th, 1990 Demo)
03. Don't Tread On Me (August 13th, 1990 Demo)
04. Nothing Else Matters (August 13th, 1990 Demo)
05. Holier Than Thou (August 13th, 1990 Demo)
06. Wherever I May Roam (August 13th, 1990 Demo)
07. The Struggle Within (August 13th, 1990 Demo)
08. The God That Failed (August 22nd, 1990, Writing in Progress)
09. Of Wolf and Man (August 22nd, 1990, Writing in Progress)
10. My Friend of Misery (August 29th, 1990, Writing in Progress)
11. The Unforgiven (August 29th, 1990, Writing in Progress)
12. Through the Never (August 31st, 1990 Demo)
13. Of Wolf and Man (August 31st, 1990 Demo)
14. The God That Failed (August 31st, 1990 Demo)
15. The Unforgiven (September 3rd, 1990, Writing in Progress)
16. My Friend of Misery (September 3rd, 1990, Writing in Progress)


Metallica PRE-PRODUCTION REHEARSALS
Metallica - PRE-PRODUCTION REHEARSALS
CD 6: PRE-PRODUCTION REHEARSALS + RADIO EDITS
01. Enter Sandman (October 4, 1990 Pre-Production Rehearsal)
02. Sad But True (October 4, 1990 Pre-Production Rehearsal)
03. Holier Than Thou (October 4, 1990 Pre-Production Rehearsal)
04. Nothing Else Matters (October 4, 1990 Pre-Production Rehearsal)
05. Wherever I May Roam (October 4, 1990 Pre-Production Rehearsal)
06. Don't Tread On Me (October 4, 1990 Pre-Production Rehearsal)
07. Through the Never (October 4, 1990 Pre-Production Rehearsal)
08. The Unforgiven (October 4, 1990 Pre-Production Rehearsal)
09. Of Wolf and Man (October 4, 1990 Pre-Production Rehearsal)
10. The God That Failed (October 4, 1990 Pre-Production Rehearsal)
11. My Friend of Misery (October 4, 1990 Pre-Production Rehearsal)
12. The Struggle Within (October 4, 1990 Pre-Production Rehearsal)
13. Enter Sandman (Radio Edit)
14. The Unforgiven (Radio Edit)
15. Nothing Else Matters (Radio Edit)
16. Wherever I May Roam (Radio Edit)


Metallica ALTERNATE MIXES
Metallica - ALTERNATE MIXES
CD 7: ROUGH & ALTERNATE MIXES (DISC 1)
01. So What (Early Take - October 12th, 1990)
02. Killing Time (Take 18 - October 12th, 1990)
03. Through the Never (Take 53 - October 22nd, 1990)
04. Holier Than Thou (Take 9 - October 27th, 1990)
05. My Friend of Misery (Take 4 - October 27th, 1990)
06. The Struggle Within (Take 12 - November 10th, 1990)
07. Of Wolf and Man (Take 2 - December 6th, 1990)
08. The God That Failed (Take 26 - December 6th, 1990)
09. Don't Tread On Me (Take 6 - December 15th, 1990)
10. Enter Sandman (Take 15 - January 21st, 1991)
11. Enter Sandman (Take 35 - January 21st, 1991)
12. Late Night Skynyrd Jam(January 23rd, 1991)
13. The Unforgiven (139 BPM Take - January 29th, 1991)
14. Nothing Else Matters (Take 19 - January 29th, 1991)
15. Sad But True (Take 36 - February 5th, 1991)
16. Wherever I May Roam (Take 3 - February 5th, 1991)


CD 8: ROUGH & ALTERNATE MIXES (DISC 2)
01. Enter Sandman (May 13th, 1991 Rough Mix)
02. The God That Failed (May 13th, 1991 Rough Mix)
03. The Struggle Within (May 13th, 1991 Rough Mix)
04. The Unforgiven (May 14th, 1991 Rough Mix)
05. Wherever I May Roam (May 14th, 1991 Rough Mix)
06. Don't Tread On Me (May 14th, 1991 Rough Mix)
07. Through the Never (May 14th, 1991 Rough Mix)
08. Sad But True (May 23rd, 1991 Rough Mix)
09. Of Wolf and Man (June 2nd, 1991 Rough Mix)
10. My Friend of Misery (June 2nd, 1991 Rough Mix)
11. Holier Than Thou (June 2nd, 1991 Rough Mix)
12. Nothing Else Matters (No Orchestra Mix)
13. Nothing Else Matters (Orchestra/Clean Guitar/Vocal Mix)
14. Nothing Else Matters (Elevator Version)


Metallica SOME SHIT FROM DAY ON THE GREEN
Metallica - DAY ON THE GREEN
SOME SHIT FROM DAY ON THE GREEN, OAKLAND, CA - OCTOBER 12TH, 1991
01. Creeping Death (Live) *Note: someone didn’t press record until halfway through the song.
02. Harvester of Sorrow (Live)
03. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live)
04. Sad But True (Live)
05. Wherever I May Roam (Live)
06. Bass Solo(Live)
07. Through the Never (Live)
08. The Unforgiven (Live)
09. Master of Puppets (Live)
10. Seek & Destroy (Live)
11. For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live)
12. Fade to Black(Live)
13. Whiplash (Live)


Metallica LIVE AT ARCO ARENA, SACRAMENTO
Metallica - LIVE AT ARCO ARENA
CD 10: LIVE AT ARCO ARENA, SACRAMENTO, CA - JANUARY 11TH, 1992 (DISC 1)
01. The Ecstasy of Gold
02. Enter Sandman (Live)
03. Creeping Death (Live)
04. Harvester of Sorrow (Live)
05. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live)
06. Sad But True (Live)
07. Wherever I May Roam (Live)
08. The Four Horsemen (Live)
09. Bass Solo (Live)
10. Through the Never (Live)
11. The Unforgiven (Live)
12. Justice Medley (Live)


CD 11: LIVE AT ARCO ARENA, SACRAMENTO, CA - JANUARY 11TH, 1992 (DISC 2)
01. Drum Solo (Live)
02. Guitar Solo (Live)
03. For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live)
04. Fade to Black (Live)
05. Whiplash (Live)
06. Encore Jam (Live)
07. Master of Puppets (Live)
08. Seek & Destroy (Live)


CD 12: LIVE AT ARCO ARENA, SACRAMENTO, CA - JANUARY 11TH, 1992 (DISC 3) + COVERS & B-SIDES
01. One (Live)
02. Last Caress (Live)
03. Am I Evil? (Live)
04. Battery (Live)
05. Encore Jam #2(Live)
06. Breadfan (Live)
07. Stone Cold Crazy(Remastered)
08. So What (Remastered)
09. Killing Time (Remastered)
10. Stone Cold Crazy (Queen, James Hetfield & Tony Iommi Live at Wembley Stadium, London - 1992)
11. Harvester of Sorrow (Live in Graz, Austria)
12. Nothing Else Matters (Live with John Marshall in Las Cruces, NM)


Metallica LIVE AT MAIMARKTGELÄNDE, MANNHEIM
Metallica - LIVE AT MAIMARKTGELÄNDE
CD 13: LIVE AT MAIMARKTGELÄNDE, MANNHEIM, GERMANY - MAY 22ND, 1993 (DISC 1)
01. The Ecstasy of Gold
02. Creeping Death (Live)
03. Harvester of Sorrow (Live)
04. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live)
05. Of Wolf and Man (Live)
06. Wherever I May Roam (Live)
07. The Thing That Should Not Be (Live)
08. The Unforgiven (Live)
09. Disposable Heroes (Live)
10. Bass Solo (Live)
11. Instrumental Medley (Live)
12. Guitar Solo(Live)
13. The Four Horsemen (Live)


CD 14: LIVE AT MAIMARKTGELÄNDE, MANNHEIM, GERMANY - MAY 22ND, 1993 (DISC 2)
01. For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live)
02. Fade to Black (Live)
03. Master of Puppets (Live)
04. Seek and Destroy (Live)
05. Battery (Live)
06. Nothing Else Matters (Live)
07. Sad But True (Live)
08. Last Caress (Live)
09. One (Live)
10. Enter Sandman (Live)
11. So What (Live)


Metallica A YEAR AND A HALF OUTTAKES
Metallica - A YEAR AND A HALF OUTTAKES
DVD 1: A YEAR AND A HALF IN THE LIFE OF METALLICA OUTTAKES
01. The Making of Don't Tread on Me
02. The Making of Sad But True
03. The Making of Enter Sandman
04. Enter Cameraman
05. The Making of The Unforgiven
06. The Making of Nothing Else Matters
07. Rehearsal Day with Queen
08. Metallica Play the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert for AIDS Awareness - April 20th, 1992


DVD 2: LIVE AT GENTOFTE STADION, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK - AUGUST 10TH, 1991 + BONUS SHIT
01. The Ecstasy of Gold
02. Enter Sandman (Live)
03. Creeping Death (Live)
04. Harvester of Sorrow (Live)
05. Fade to Black (Live)
06. Sad But True (Live)
07. Master of Puppets (Live)
Metallica LIVE AT GENTOFTE STADION
Metallica - LIVE AT GENTOFTE STADION
08. Seek & Destroy (Live)
09. or Whom the Bell Tolls (Live)
10. One (Live)
11. Whiplash (Live)
12. Encore Jam(Live)
13. Last Caress (Live)
14. Am I Evil? (Live)
15. Battery (Live)
16. Holier Than Thou (Live in Muskegon, MI)
17. Blitzkrieg (Live in Denver, CO)
18. Leper Messiah (Live in Los Angeles, CA)
19. Master of Puppets (Live in Los Angeles, CA)
20. Am I Evil? (Live in Los Angeles, CA)
21. Breadfan (Live in San Francisco, CA)
22. So What (Live with Animal from the Anti-Nowhere League, London, England)
23. Stone Cold Crazy (Live in London, England)
24. Am I Evil? (Live with Diamond Head, Birmingham, England)
25. Helpless (Live with Diamond Head, Birmingham, England)


Metallica LIVE AT FRANKENHALLE, NUREMBERG, GERMANY
Metallica - LIVE AT FRANKENHALLE
DVD 3: LIVE AT FRANKENHALLE, NUREMBERG, GERMANY - NOVEMBER 29TH, 1992
01. The Ecstasy of Gold
02. Of Wolf and Man (Live)
03. Creeping Death (Live)
04. Harvester of Sorrow (Live)
05. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live)
06. Sad But True (Live)
07. Wherever I May Roam (Live)
08. The Unforgiven (Live)
09. Justice Medley (Live)
10. Solos (Bass & Guitar)
11. Through the Never (Live) *Note: The tape ran out before the song began and didn’t start recording until the first chorus.
12. For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live)
13. Fade to Black (Live)
14. Master of Puppets (Live)
15. Seek & Destroy (Live)
16. Whiplash (Live)
17. Nothing Else Matters (Live)
18. Am I Evil? (Live)
19. Last Caress (Live)
20. One (Live)
21. Damage, Inc. (Live)
22. Enter Sandman (Live)


Metallica LIVE AT FESTIVALPARK
Metallica - LIVE AT FESTIVALPARK
DVD 4: LIVE AT FESTIVALPARK, WERCHTER, BELGIUM - JULY 4TH, 1993
01. The Ecstasy of Gold
02. Creeping Death (Live)
03. Harvester of Sorrow (Live)
04. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live)
05. Of Wolf and Man (Live)
06. Wherever I May Roam (Live)
07. Disposable Heroes (Live)
08. The Unforgiven (Live)
09. Bass Solo(Live)
10. Instrumental Medley (Live)
11. Guitar Solo(Live)
12. For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live)
13. Fade to Black (Live)
14. Master of Puppets (Live)
15. Seek & Destroy (Live)
16. Battery (Live)
17. Nothing Else Matters (Live)
18. Sad But True (Live)
19. One (Live)
20. Enter Sandman (Live)
21. So What (Live)


DVD 5: MUSIC VIDEOS + HALFIN'S HOME MOVIES
01. Enter Sandman Music Video
02. The Unforgiven Music Video
03. Nothing Else Matters Music Video
04. Wherever I May Roam Music Video
05. Sad But True Music Video
06. The Unforgiven (Theatrical Version) Music Video
07. Enter Sandman Psycho Band Pass
08. Enter Sandman Hetfield B-Roll
09. Enter Sandman Ulrich B-Roll
10. Enter Sandman Hammett B-Roll
11. Enter Sandman Newsted B-Roll
12. Enter Sandman Final Concept
13. The Unforgiven B-Roll
14. Los Angeles, CA Halfin's Home Movies
15. Moscow, Russia Halfin's Home Movies
16. Oakland, CA Halfin's Home Movies
17. Oakland, CA II Halfin's Home Movies
18. Miami, FL Halfin's Home Movies
19. Perth, Australia Halfin's Home Movies
20. Jakarta, Indonesia Halfin's Home Movies
21. Bangkok, Thailand Halfin's Home Movies


Metallica WHEREVER WE MAY ROAM
Metallica - WHEREVER WE MAY ROAM
DVD 6: WHEREVER WE MAY ROAM
01. Enter Sandman (Live in Nijmegen, Netherlands)
02. Creeping Death (Live in Barcelona, Spain)
03. Holier Than Thou (Live in Muskegon, MI)
04. Harvester of Sorrow (Live in Worcester, MA)
05. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live in Portland, ME)
06. Sad But True (Live in Casper, WY)
07. The Four Horsemen (Live in Baton Rouge, LA)
08. Of Wolf and Man (Live in Raleigh, NC)
09. For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live in East Rutherford, NJ)
10. The Unforgiven (Live with John Marshall, Las Cruces, NM)
11. The Shortest Straw (Live with John Marshall, Pasadena, CA)
12. Damage, Inc. (Live in London, England)
13. Through the Never (Live in Rome, Italy)
14. Fade to Black (Live in Copenhagen, Denmark)
15. Whiplash (Live in Rockford, IL)
16. Master of Puppets (Live in Montreal, Canada)
17. eek and Destroy (Live in Mexico City, Mexico)
18. Motorbreath (Live in Mexico City, Mexico)
19. Nothing Else Matters (Live in Jakarta, Indonesia)
20. Wherever I May Roam (Live in São Paulo, Brazil)
21. Last Caress (Live in Buenos Aires)
22. One (Live in Dusseldorf, Germany)
23. Disposable Heroes (Live in Milton Keynes, England)
24. The Thing That Should Not Be (Live in Budapest, Hungary)
25. Battery (Live in Tel Aviv, Israel)
26. So What (Live in Werchter, Belgium)

Musik-Videos


Song By Song



Anekdoten Zu Metallica


  • Das Black Album stellt das erfolgreichste Album der Band Geschichte dar. Allein in den USA hat sich die Scheibe über 16 Millionen mal verkauft und steht damit auf Platz 1 der meistverkauften Alben seit Einführung der "Soundscan-Era", sprich seitdem die Plattenverkäufe genau ermittelt werden können.

  • Aufgrund des schwarzen Covers wird das Album in Fankreisen und von der Band selbst als das "Black Album" bezeichnet. Der offizielle Titel ist jedoch "Metallica".

  • Die Pre-Listening Party des Albums fand im Madison Square Garden statt und wurde für Jederman geöffnet und war nicht wie üblich Journalisten und Offiziellen aus der Musikindustrie vorenthalten

  • Das Album konnte den Grammy für das beste Metal Albums des Jahres gewinnen. Bei der Zeremonie haben Metallica Enter Sandman gespielt.

  • Metallica Credits


    James Hetfield - Guitar, Vocals
    Lars Ulrich - Drums
    Kirk Hammett - Guitar
    Jason Newsted - Bass

    Producer: Bob Rock with Hetfield & Ulrich
    Engineer: Randy Staub
    Assistant Engineer: Mike Tacci
    Recorded at One on One, Los Angeles, CA from October 1990 to June of 1991

    Orchestration on Nothing Else Matters arranged by Michael Kamen

    Management: Q Prime, Inc.

    All songs © 1991 Creeping Death Music (ASCAP)
    © 1991 E/M Ventures

    So What is available as a bonus track on the Japanese release of Metallica
    Roughly Produced by Bob Rock with Hetfield & Ulrich
    Engineer: Randy Staub

    So What © Link Music Ltd.

    FOR RE-RELEASE BOX SET:
    Art Director: Alex Tenta
    Project Coordinators: Dan Nykolayko & Eleni Psaltis
    Blackened Recordings: Marc Reiter & Brant Weil
    Legal Representation: Peter Paterno of King, Holmes, Paterno & Soriano, LLP
    Management: Q Prime Inc.
    Money Guys: Eric Wasserman & Willie LaRose

    LP 1 & 2: METALLICA (REMASTERED)

    Produced by Bob Rock with Hetfield & Ulrich
    Recorded by Randy Staub
    Assisted by Mike Tacci at One on One Recording, Los Angeles, California, October ’90 – June ’91
    Orchestration on “Nothing Else Matters” arranged by Michael Kamen

    Vinyl remaster by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, California
    Vinyl lacquers by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood, California
    Digital remaster by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering, Portland, Maine

    Reissues Executive Producer: Greg Fidelman

    All songs copyright © 1991 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights).


    LP 1 & 2: METALLICA (REMASTERED)

    Produced by Bob Rock with Hetfield & Ulrich
    Recorded by Randy Staub
    Assisted by Mike Tacci at One on One Recording, Los Angeles, California, October ’90 – June ’91
    Orchestration on “Nothing Else Matters” arranged by Michael Kamen

    Vinyl remaster by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, California
    Vinyl lacquers by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood, California
    Digital remaster by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering, Portland, Maine

    Reissues Executive Producer: Greg Fidelman

    All songs copyright © 1991 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights).


    LP 3: “SAD BUT TRUE” PICTURE DISC

    “Sad But True” and “Nothing Else Matters (Elevator Version)” produced by Bob Rock with Hetfield & Ulrich

    “Nothing Else Matters (Elevator Version)” orchestration arranged by Michael Kamen

    “Creeping Death (Live)” recorded live at Tushino Airfield in Moscow, Russia on September 28th, 1991.
    Mixed by Randy Staub.

    “Sad But True (Demo)” recorded in Lars’ basement in Berkeley, CA on August 13th, 1990
    Obviously not produced.

    Remastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, CA
    Vinyl lacquers by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood, CA
    “Nothing Else Matters (Elevator Version)” transferred by Jared Hawkins/Abbey Road with research by Andy Skurow, Dan Abela and Bob Pfeifer. “Creeping Death (Live)” mixed by Greg Fidelman and transferred by Tal Miller with research/transfer supervision by Terry Delsing and Bob Pfeifer. “Sad But True (Demo)” transferred by Kent Matcke.

    All songs copyright © 1991, 1984 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights)


    LP 4: LIVE AT WEMBLEY STADIUM, LONDON, ENGLAND – APRIL 20TH, 1992

    Recorded live during The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert for AIDS Awareness at Wembley Stadium in London, England on April 20th, 1992.

    Mixed by Greg Fidelman
    Digital editing by Dan Monti
    Mastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, CA
    Vinyl lacquers by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood, CA
    Transferred by Jared Hawkins/Abbey Road
    Researched by Andy Skurow, Dan Abela, Bob Pfeifer and Terry Delsing

    All songs copyright © 1991 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights).


    LP 5 & 6: LIVE AT TUSHINO AIRFIELD, MOSCOW, RUSSIA – SEPTEMBER 28TH, 1991

    Recorded live by Fleetwood Mobiles at Tushino Airfield in Moscow, Russia on September 28th, 1991

    Mixed by Greg Fidelman
    Digital editing by Dan Monti
    Mastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, CA
    Vinyl lacquers by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood, CA
    Transferred by Tal Miller
    Research/Transfer Supervision by Terry Delsing and Bob Pfeifer

    All songs copyright © 1991, 1988, 1986, 1984, 1983 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights) except “The Ecstasy Of Gold” published EMI Music Publishing Italia SRL (BMI) ? 2004 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Music, Inc., under exclusive license to Capitol Records, Inc. Music by Ennio Morricone. Courtesy of Capitol Records, LLC under license from Univer sal Music Enterprises; “Symptom of the Universe” published by TRO-Essex Music International, Inc. (ASCAP), “Back in Black” published by Australian Music Corporation Pty Ltd (APRA) c/o BMG Gold Songs/BMG Rights Management US LLC, “Last Caress” published by Evilive Music (ASCAP) and administered by Reach Music Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP), and “Am I Evil?” published by Universal Music – Z Tunes LLC on behalf of Universal Music Publishing Int. Ltd. (ASCAP).


    CD 1: METALLICA (REMASTERED)

    Produced by Bob Rock with Hetfield & Ulrich
    Recorded by Randy Staub
    Assisted by Mike Tacci at One on One Recording, Los Angeles, California, October ’90 – June ’91
    Orchestration on “Nothing Else Matters” arranged by Michael Kamen

    Remastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering, Portland, Maine

    Reissues Executive Producer: Greg Fidelman

    All songs copyright © 1991 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights).


    CD 2: INTERVIEWS: THE DAVID FRICKE TAPES

    All interviews conducted by David Fricke at The Saint James Club on September 19th & 20th, 1991.
    Interviews were used for “Metallica: From Metal to Main Street” by David Fricke appearing in Rolling Stone Issue 617 published on November 14th, 1991.

    Mastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, California
    Edited by Dan Nykolayko
    Transferred by Kent Matcke
    Tapes provided by David Fricke


    CD 3: INTERVIEWS: THE STEFFAN CHIRAZI TAPES

    Interviews conducted by Steffan Chirazi on April 15th, 1991

    Mastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, California
    Edited by Dan Nykolayko
    Transferred by Kent Matcke


    CD 4: RIFFS & DEMOS (DISC 1)

    Tracks 1-15 recorded at various points in time between 1989 and 1990
    Tracks 16-32 recorded in Lars’ basement in Berkeley, CA

    Mastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, California Transferred, fixed and/or mixed by Kent Matcke

    All songs copyright ©1991 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights).


    CD 5: RIFFS & DEMOS (DISC 2)

    All tracks recorded in Lars’ basement in Berkeley, CA

    Mastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, California
    Transferred, fixed and/or mixed by Kent Matcke


    CD 6: PRE-PRODUCTION REHEARSALS + RADIO EDITS

    Tracks 1-12 recorded live during pre-production rehearsals at Bayview Studios in Richmond, CA on October 4th, 1990
    Tracks 13-16 recorded at One on One Recording in Los Angeles, CA

    Mastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, California
    Tracks 1-12 transferred, fixed and/or mixed by Kent Matcke
    Tracks 13-16 transferred by Terry Delsing, Tim Merrill, Tal Miller, Bob Pfeifer and Ali Stuebner

    All songs copyright ©1991 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights).


    CD 7: ROUGH & ALTERNATE MIXES (DISC 1)

    All tracks recorded at One on One Recording in Los Angeles, CA

    Mastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, CA
    Transferred by Inveniem

    All songs copyright © 1991 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights) except “So What” published by Head Music Pub c/o Kassner Associated Pub (PRS) and all rights reserved and administered by Downtown DMP Songs (BMI), “Killing Time” published by Universal Music - MGB Songs on behalf of Strongsongs Ltd. EMI April Music Inc. (ASCAP). Telstar Music Ltd. (ASCAP), and “Freebird” published by Songs of Universal, Inc. (BMI).

    CD 8: ROUGH & ALTERNATE MIXES (DISC 2)

    All tracks recorded at One on One Recording in Los Angeles, CA

    Track 13 orchestration arranged by Michael Kamen.
    Track 14: Produced by Bob Rock with Hetfield & Ulrich. Orchestration arranged by Michael Kamen.

    Mastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, California
    Tracks 1-13 transferred by Inveniem
    Track 14 transferred by Jared Hawkins/Abbey Road with research by Andy Skurow, Dan Abela and Bob Pfeifer

    All songs copyright ©1991 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights).


    CD 9: SOME SHIT FROM DAY ON THE GREEN, OAKLAND, CA – OCTOBER 12TH, 1991

    Recorded live at Oakland-Alameda County Stadium in Oakland, CA on October 12th, 1991

    Mastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, California
    Transferred by Tal Miller
    Research/Transfer Supervision by Terry Delsing

    All songs copyright © 1991, 1988, 1986, 1984, 1983 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights).


    CD 10: LIVE AT ARCO ARENA, SACRAMENTO, CA – JANUARY 11TH, 1992 (DISC 1)

    Recorded live at Arco Arena in Sacramento, CA on January 11th, 1992
    Mastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, California
    Transferred by Inveniem

    All songs copyright © 1991, 1988, 1986, 1984, 1983 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights) except “The Ecstasy Of Gold” published by EMI Music Publishing Italia SRL (BMI) ? 2004 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Music, Inc., under exclusive license to Capitol Records, Inc. Music by Ennio Morricone. Courtesy of Capitol Records, LLC under license from Universal Music Enterprises. “Peter Gunn Theme” published by Spirit Two Music Inc. obo Northridge Music Company (ASCAP).


    CD 11: LIVE AT ARCO ARENA, SACRAMENTO, CA – JANUARY 11TH, 1992 (DISC 2)

    Recorded live at Arco Arena in Sacramento, CA on January 11th, 1992
    Mastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, California
    Transferred by Inveniem

    All songs copyright © 1991, 1986, 1984, 1983 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights) except “Children of the Grave” published by TRO-Essex Music International, Inc. (ASCAP), “Heartbreaker” published by Superhype Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP), “Mistreated” published by Sony/ATV Songs LLC (BMI), Downtown DMP Songs obo Purple (USA) Music Inc., “Funeral March of the Marionettes” (public domain), and “Cat Scratch Fever” published by Round Hill Songs (ASCAP).


    CD 12: LIVE AT ARCO ARENA, SACRAMENTO, CA – JANUARY 11TH, 1992 (DISC 3) + COVERS & B-SIDES

    Tracks 1-6 recorded live at Arco Arena in Sacramento, CA on January 11th, 1992
    Track 7 recorded at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley, CA
    Tracks 8 & 9 recorded at One on One Recording in Los Angeles, CA
    Track 10 recorded at Wembley Stadium in London, England on April 20th, 1992
    Track 11 recorded at Libenau in Graz, Austria on September 11th, 1991
    Track 12 recorded at Aggie Memorial Stadium in Las Cruces, NM on August 27th, 1992 and features John Marshall on Rhythm Guitar

    “Stone Cold Crazy (Live)” vocals by James Hetfield, backing vocals by Roger Taylor, Brian May, Spike Edney, Chris Thompson; Drums by Roger Taylor; Bass Guitar by John Deacon; Guitars by Brian May and Tony Iommi; Keyboards by Spike Edney.

    Mastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, California
    Tracks 1-6 transferred by Inveniem
    Tracks 7-9, 11-12 transferred by Terry Delsing, Tal Miller, Bob Pfeifer, Ali Stuebner
    Track 10 transferred by Jared Hawkins/Abbey Road. Researched by Andy Skurow, Dan Abela, Bob Pfeifer, and Terry Delsing

    All songs copyright © 1991, 1988, 1986, 1984 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights) except for “Last Caress” published by Evilive Music (ASCAP) and administered by Reach Music Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP), “Am I Evil?” published by Universal Music – Z Tunes LLC on behalf of Universal Music Publishing Int. Ltd. (ASCAP), “The Star-Spangled Banner” (public domain), “I Know a Little” published by Songs of Universal, Inc. (BMI) obo Get Loose music, Inc. (BMI), “Helpless” published by Imagem London Limited/UMPG (ASCAP), “Breadfan” published by TRO – Essex Music International, Inc. (ASCAP), “Stone Cold Crazy” published by Glenwood Music Corp (ASCAP) o/b/o Queen Music Ltd (PRS) / EMI Music Publishing LTD (PRS), “So What” published by Head Music Pub c/o Kassner Associated Pub (PRS) and all rights reserved and administered by Downtown DMP Songs (BMI), and “Killing Time” published by Universal Music – MGB Songs on behalf of Strongsongs Ltd. EMI April Music Inc. (ASCAP), Telstar Music Ltd. (ASCAP).


    CD 13: LIVE AT MAIMARKTGELÄNDE, MANNHEIM, GERMANY – MAY 22ND, 1993 (DISC 1)

    Recorded live at Maimarktgelände in Mannheim, Germany on May 22nd, 1993

    Mastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, California
    Transferred by Tal Miller
    Research/Transfer Supervision by Terry Delsing

    All songs copyright © 1991, 1988, 1986, 1984, 1983 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights) except “The Ecstasy Of Gold” published EMI Music Publishing Italia SRL (BMI) ? 2004 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Music, Inc., under exclusive license to Capitol Records, Inc. Music by Ennio Morricone. Courtesy of Capitol Records, LLC under license from Universal Music Enterprises; “Third Stone from the Sun” published by Experience Hendrix, LLC (ASCAP), and “Born Under a Bad Sign” published by Cotillion Music Inc. (BMI), Irving Music Inc. (BMI).


    CD 14: LIVE AT MAIMARKTGELÄNDE, MANNHEIM, GERMANY – MAY 22ND, 1993 (DISC 2)

    Recorded live at Maimarktgelände in Mannheim, Germany on May 22nd, 1993

    Mastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, California
    Transferred by Tal Miller
    Research/Transfer Supervision by Terry Delsing

    All songs copyright © 1991, 1988, 1986, 1984, 1983 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights) except “Last Caress” published by Evilive Music (ASCAP) and administered by Reach Music Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP) and “So What” published by Head Music Pub c/o Kassner Associated Pub (PRS) and all rights reserved and administered by Downtown DMP Songs (BMI).


    DVD 1: A YEAR AND A HALF IN THE LIFE OF METALLICA OUTTAKES

    Metallica Play The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert for AIDS Awareness filmed at Wembley Stadium in London, England on April 20th, 1992.

    REMASTER PRODUCTION TEAM:
    Director – Adam Dubin
    Producer – Jack Gulick
    Co-Producer – Rachèle Benloulou-Dubin
    Editor – Sean Fullan
    Sound Mixer – Eliott Taylor
    Post Supervisor – James Salkind
    Color Grade – Chris DiBerardino
    Post Facility – Technicolor/Postworks

    ORIGINAL PRODUCTION CREW FOR A YEAR AND A HALF IN THE LIFE OF METALLICA:
    Director/Camera/Sound – Adam Dubin
    Camera/Sound – Vinnie Giordano
    Producers – Jack Gulick, Scott Flor, Juliana Roberts
    Production Manager – Robert Nackman
    Album produced by Bob Rock with Hetfield & Ulrich
    Album Engineer – Randy Staub
    Album Engineer – Mike Tacci
    Locations – One on One Recording in Los Angeles, CA and Little Mountain Studio in Vancouver, Canada

    ADDITIONAL PRODUCTION CREW FOR REHEARSAL DAY WITH QUEEN AND METALLICA PLAY THE FREDDIE MERCURY TRIBUTE CONCERT FOR AIDS AWARENESS – APRIL 20TH, 1992:
    Production Manager – Frank Hilton
    Production Coordinator – Susan Pippet
    Sound Recordist – Mike Russel
    AC – Dermont Hickey
    PAs – Fred Mann and Josie Brown

    “Stone Cold Crazy (Live)” vocals by James Hetfield, backing vocals by Roger Taylor, Brian May, Spike Edney, Chris Thompson; Drums by Roger Taylor; Bass Guitar by John Deacon; Guitars by Brian May and Tony Iommi; Keyboards by Spike Edney.

    DVD Production: David May, Matt Ferguson (Authoring), Tim Hoogenakker (Audio Restoration/Mastering), Joe Walker (Menus)

    All songs copyright © 1991 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights) except “Stone Cold Crazy” published by Glenwood Music Corp. (ASCAP) o/b/o Queen Music Ltd (PRS)/EMI Music Publishing LTD (PRS).


    DVD 2: LIVE AT GENTOFTE STADION, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK – AUGUST 10TH, 1991 + BONUS SHIT

    LIVE AT GENTOFTE STADION, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK

    Recorded live at Gentofte Stadion in Copenhagen, Denmark on August 10th, 1991.

    All songs copyright © 1991, 1988, 1986, 1984, 1983 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights) except “The Ecstasy Of Gold” published by EMI Music Publishing Italia SRL (BMI) ? 2004 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Music, Inc., under exclusive license to Capitol Records, Inc. Music by Ennio Morricone. Courtesy of Capitol Records, LLC under license from Universal Music Enterprises; “Return of the Vampire” published by Universal Music-MGB Songs (ASCAP); “Symptom of the Universe” published by TRO-Essex Music International, Inc. (ASCAP); “Last Caress” published by Evilive Music (ASCAP) and administered by Reach Music Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP); “Am I Evil?” published by Universal Music – Z Tunes LLC (ASCAP) on behalf of Universal Music Publishing Int. Ltd. (ASCAP).

    BONUS SHIT

    “Holier Than Thou” recorded live at L.C. Walker Arena in Muskegon, MI on November 1st, 1991

    “Blitzkrieg” recorded live at McNichols Sports Arena in Denver, CO on February 8th, 1992

    “Leper Messiah,” “Master of Puppets,” and “Am I Evil?” recorded live at the Great Western Forum in Los Angeles, CA on February 13th, 1992

    “Breadfan” recorded live at the Cow Palace in San Francisco, CA on May 10th, 1992

    “So What” recorded live at Wembley Arena in London, England on October 25th, 1992 and features Animal from the Anti-Nowhere League on vocals

    “Stone Cold Crazy” recorded live at Wembley Arena in London, England on October 25th, 1992

    “Am I Evil?” and “Helpless” recorded live at NEC Arena in Birmingham, England on November 5th, 1992 and features Diamond Head

    Researched and transferred by Tim Merrill, Bob Pfeifer, and Inveniem.

    DVD Production: David May, Matt Ferguson (Authoring), Tim Hoogenakker (Audio Restoration/Mastering), Joe Walker (Menus).

    All songs © 1991, 1986 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights) except “Blitzkrieg” published by BMG Platinum Songs/Neat Music Publishers (ASCAP), “Am I Evil?” published by Universal Music – Z Tunes LLC on behalf of Universal Music Publishing Int. Ltd. (ASCAP), “London Dungeon” published by Evilive Music (ASCAP), “Breadfan” published by TRO – Essex Music International, Inc. (ASCAP), “So What” published by Head Music Pub c/o Kassner Associated Pub (PRS) and administered by Downtown DMP Songs (BMI), “Stone Cold Crazy” published by Glenwood Music Corp. (ASCAP) o/b/o Queen Music Ltd (PRS)/EMI Music Publishing LTD (PRS), “Helpless” published by Imagem London Limited/UMPG (ASCAP).


    DVD 3: LIVE AT FRANKENHALLE, NUREMBERG, GERMANY – NOVEMBER 29TH, 1992

    Recorded live at Frankenhalle in Nuremberg, Germany on November 29th, 1992.

    Researched and transferred by Tim Merrill and Bob Pfeifer.

    DVD Production: David May, Matt Ferguson (Authoring), Tim Hoogenakker (Audio Restoration/Mastering), Joe Walker (Menus).

    All songs copyright © 1991, 1988, 1986, 1984, 1983 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights) except “The Ecstasy Of Gold” published by EMI Music Publishing Italia SRL (BMI) ? 2004 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Music, Inc., under exclusive license to Capitol Records, Inc. Music by Ennio Morricone. Courtesy of Capitol Records, LLC under license from Universal Music Enterprises; “Third Stone from the Sun” published by Experience Hendrix, LLC. (ASCAP); “The Star-Spangled Banner” public domain; “Dazed & Confused” published by Superhype Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP); “Killing Floor” published by BMG Platinum Songs obo ARC Music Group (BMI); “Funeral March of a Marionette” public domain; “ Am I Evil?” published by Universal Music – Z Tunes LLC on behalf of Universal Music Publishing Int. Ltd. (ASCAP); “Last Caress” published by Evilive Music (ASCAP) and administered by Reach Music Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP).


    DVD 4: LIVE AT FESTIVALPARK, WERCHTER, BELGIUM – JULY 4TH, 1993

    Recorded live at Festivalpark in Werchter, Belgium on July 4th, 1993.

    Researched and transferred by Tim Merrill and Bob Pfeifer.
    DVD Production: David May, Matt Ferguson (Authoring), Tim Hoogenakker (Audio Restoration/Mastering), Joe Walker (Menus).

    All songs copyright © 1991, 1988, 1986, 1984, 1983 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights) except “The Ecstasy Of Gold” published by EMI Music Publishing Italia SRL (BMI) ? 2004 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Music, Inc., under exclusive license to Capitol Records, Inc. Music by Ennio Morricone. Courtesy of Capitol Records, LLC under license from Universal Music Enterprises; “Third Stone from the Sun” published by Experience Hendrix, LLC. (ASCAP); “The Star-Spangled Banner” (public domain); “So What” published by Head Music Pub c/o Kassner Associated Pub (PRS) and all right s reserved and administered by Downtown DMP Songs (BMI).


    DVD 5: MUSIC VIDEOS + HALFIN’S HOME MOVIES

    MUSIC VIDEOS
    “ENTER SANDMAN”
    Director: Wayne Isham
    Producers: Curt Marvis & Jeff Tannebring
    Editor: Jay Torres
    Filmed in June 1991 in Los Angeles, CA
    Released July 30th, 1991

    “THE UNFORGIVEN”
    Director: Matt Mahurin
    Producer: Louise Feldman
    Executive Producer: Sharon Oreck
    Filmed in September 1991 in Los Angeles, CA
    Released November 19th, 1991

    “NOTHING ELSE MATTERS”
    Director: Adam Dubin
    Producers: Juliana Roberts & Scott Flor
    Editor: Haines Hall
    Filmed during the recording of Metallica in Spring of 1991 in North Hollywood, CA
    Released February 25th, 1992

    “WHEREVER I MAY ROAM”
    Director: Wayne Isham
    Producers: Curt Marvis & Jeff Tannebring
    Editor: Jeff Richter
    Filmed in January 1992 in San Diego, CA and while on tour
    throughout the Northeastern US in March 1992
    Released May 21st, 1992

    “SAD BUT TRUE”
    Director: Wayne Isham
    Producers: Curt Marvis & Jeff Tannebring
    Editor: Chris Osterhus
    Filmed in January 1992 in San Diego, CA
    Released October 5th, 1992

    “THE UNFORGIVEN” (THEATRICAL VERSION) Director: Matt Mahurin
    Producer: Louise Feldman
    Executive Producer: Sharon Oreck
    Filmed in September 1991 in Los Angeles, CA
    Released November 19th, 1991

    BEHIND THE VIDEOS Researched and transferred by Tim Merrill and Bob Pfeifer. HALFIN'S HOME MOVIES
    Halfin's Home Movies transferred by David Silver, edited by Dan Nykolayko and Brett Murray, and originally filmed by Ross Halfin.

    DVD Production: David May, Matt Ferguson (Authoring), Tim Hoogenakker (Audio Restoration/Mastering), Joe Walker (Menus).

    All songs copyright © 1991 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights) except “Sweet Home Alabama” published by Sony/ATV Music and EMI Full Keel Music (ASCAP), Universal Music Corp. (ASCAP), EMI Longitude Music (BMI) and Songs of Universal, Inc. (BMI), “Black Sabbath” published by TRO-Essex Music International, Inc. (ASCAP) and “Stone Cold Crazy” published by Glenwood Music Corp. (ASCAP) o/b/o Queen Music Ltd (PRS)/EMI Music Publishing LTD (PRS).


    DVD 6: WHEREVER WE MAY ROAM

    “Enter Sandman” recorded live at Goffertstadion, Nijmegen, Netherlands on September 1st, 1991

    “Creeping Death” recorded live at Estadio Olímpico de Montjuïc, Barcelona, Spain on September 24th, 1991

    “Holier Than Thou” recorded live at L.C. Walker Arena, Muskegon, MI on November 1st, 1991

    “Harvester of Sorrow” recorded live at The Centrum, Worcester, MA on December 22nd, 1991

    “Welcome Home (Sanitarium)” recorded live at Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland, ME on February 27th, 1992

    “Sad But True” recorded live at Casper Events Center, Casper, WY on June 5th, 1992

    “The Four Horsemen” recorded live at LSU Assembly Center, Baton Rouge, LA on June 15th, 1992

    “Of Wolf and Man” recorded live at Walnut Creek Amphitheatre, Raleigh, NC on June 25th, 1992

    “For Whom the Bell Tolls” recorded live at Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ on July 18th, 1992

    “The Unforgiven” recorded live at Aggie Memorial Stadium, Las Cruces, NM on August 27th, 1992 and features John Marshall on rhythm guitar

    “The Shortest Straw” recorded live at the Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CA on October 3rd, 1992 and features John Marshall on rhythm guitar

    “Damage, Inc.” recorded live at Wembley Arena, London, England on October 25th, 1992

    “Through the Never” recorded live at Palaghiaccio di Marino, Rome, Italy on November 16th, 1992

    “Fade to Black” recorded live at Forum København, Copenhagen, Denmark on December 9th, 1992

    “Whiplash” recorded live at the MetroCentre, Rockford, IL on January 31st, 1993

    “Master of Puppets” recorded live at Forum de Montréal, Montreal, QC, Canada on February 13th, 1993

    “Seek & Destroy” recorded live at Palacio de los Deportes, Mexico City, Mexico on February 25th, 1993

    “Motorbreath” recorded live at Palacio de los Deportes, Mexico City, Mexico on March 2nd, 1993

    “Nothing Else Matters” recorded live at Lebak Bulus Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia on April 11th, 1993

    “Wherever I May Roam” recorded live at Estádio Palestra Itália, São Paulo, Brazil on May 2nd, 1993

    “Last Caress” recorded live at Estadio Vélez Sarsfield, Buenos Aires, Argentina on May 8th, 1993

    “One” recorded live at Rheinstadion, Dusseldorf, Germany on May 20th, 1993

    “Disposable Heroes” recorded live at Milton Keynes National Bowl, Milton Keynes, England on June 5th, 1993

    “The Thing That Should Not Be” recorded live at MTK Stadion, Budapest, Hungary on June 9th, 1993

    “Battery” recorded live at HaYarkon Park, Tel Aviv, Israel on June 30th, 1993

    “So What” recorded live at Festivalpark, Werchter, Belgium on July 4th, 1993 and features John Marshall on rhythm guitar and the 'Tallica Road Crew on background vocals.

    Curated and edited by Dan Nykolayko.

    Researched and transferred by Inveniem, Tim Merrill and Bob Pfeifer. DVD Production: David May, Matt Ferguson (Authoring), Tim Hoogenakker (Audio Restoration/Mastering), Joe Walker (Menus).

    All songs copyright © 1991, 1988, 1986, 1984, 1983 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights) except “The Ecstasy Of Gold” published by EMI Music Publishing Italia SRL (BMI) ? 2004 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Music, Inc., under exclusive license to Capitol Records, Inc. Music by Ennio Morricone. Courtesy of Capitol Records, LLC under license from Universal Music Enterprises; “Castles Made of Sand” published by Experience Hendrix, LLC (ASCAP); “Last Caress” published by Evilive Music (ASCAP) and administered by Reach Music Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP); “Third Stone from the Sun” published by Experience Hendrix, LLC (ASCAP); “So What” published by Head Music Pub c/o Kassner Associated Pub (PRS) and all rights reserved and administered by Downtown DMP Songs (BMI).


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