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by: Metallica

Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Metallica
EAN: 0075596229920
Feature: Compilation CD
Format: Explicit Lyrics
Item Dimensions: 2550025550
Label: Elektra / Wea
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Elektra / Wea
MPN: MFR075596229920#VG
Number Of Discs: 2
Number Of Items: 2
Publisher: Elektra / Wea
Release Date: November 24, 1998
Studio: Elektra / Wea

  • Compilation CD

Disc 1:
  1. Free Speech For The Dumb
  2. It's Electric
  3. Sabbra Cadabra
  4. Turn The Page
  5. Die, Die My Darling
  6. Loverman
  7. Mercyful Fate
  8. Astronomy
  9. Whiskey In The Jar
  10. Tuesday's Gone
  11. The More I See
Disc 2:
  1. Helpless
  2. The Small Hours
  3. The Wait
  4. Crash Course In Brain Surgery
  5. Last Caress/Green Hell
  6. Am I Evil?
  7. Blitzkrieg
  8. Breadfan
  9. The Prince
  10. Stone Cold Crazy
  11. So What
  12. Killing Time
  13. Overkill
  14. Damage Case
  15. Stone Dead Forever
  16. Crash Course in Brain Surgery (originally recorded by Budgie)
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Product Description:
(2CD) 1998 collection of cover versions, early recordings, b-sides & demos incorporating 'Garage Days Re-revisited '87' - features songs by Black Sabbath, Nick Cave, Thin Lizzy, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Blue Oyster Cult & more
This double-disc, all-covers release could come to represent a vital turning point for Metallica. While disc 2 is a straightforward collection of every cover the group have recorded in its 16-year history, disc 1 comprises 11 new selections drawn from the oeuvres of such exciting and diverse artists as U.K. punks Discharge and nefarious Australian Nick Cave. The heavier songs, such as the Mercyful Fate medley, Black Sabbath's "Sabbra Cadabra," and the Misfits' "Die Die My Darling," prove that nobody delivers a crunching riff better than these metal veterans. But it is vocalist-guitarist James Hetfields's confident approach toward the likes of Cave's "Loverman" and Bob Seger's "Turn the Page" that delivers the most electricity; here his raw, heartfelt vocals are largely untouched. Given that the recharged group spent only three weeks in the studio recording these tracks, it appears that these guys have remembered the value of studio spontaneity over laborious pontificating. Hopefully, that mindset will resurface in future projects. --Steffan Chirazi

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