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Cliff 'Em All
Creeping Death '86 (Hetfield / Ulrich / Burton/ Hammett) 
Am I Evil '86 (Tatler / Harris) 
Damage, Inc. '86 (Hetfield / Ulrich / Burton/ Hammett) 
Master of Puppets '86 (Hetfield / Ulrich / Burton/ Hammett) 
Whiplash '83 (Hetfield / Ulrich) 
The Four Horsemen '85 (Hetfield / Ulrich / Mustaine) 
Fade to Black '85 (Hetfield / Ulrich / Burton/ Hammett) 
Seek & Destroy (Hetfield / Ulrich) 
Welcome Home (Sanitarium) '86 (Hetfield / Ulrich / Hammett) 
For Whom the Bell Tolls '86 (Hetfield / Ulrich / Hammett) 
No Remorse '83 (Hetfield / Ulrich) 
Metal Militia '83 (Hetfield / Ulrich / Hammett)
 
Release Date: December 4, 1987

Recording Location & Date: Various Concerts between 1983 and 1986

Producer: Curt Marvis and Jeff Richter
The Band: 
James Hetfield - Guitar, Vocals
Lars Ulrich - Drums
Kirk Hammett - Lead Guitar
Cliff Burton - Bass
 

 

 

 
Notes:

Cliff 'Em All was originally released in late 1987 featuring bootleg concert footage taken between 1983 and 1986, The video was released to celebrate the three and a half years Cliff was in the band.

This is what the band had to say about the video: 

Well we finally went and did what we always talked about not doing, releasing a vid!! Before you throw up in disgust let us (except K__) tell you the idea behind this.

First of all this is not your typical shit home video (it's worse) done with high-tech 10-camera production and sound. It's a compilation of booting footage shot by sneaky Metallifux, stuff shot for T.V. that was never used, but we've held onto, home footage, personal fotos & us drunk.

But most important, it's really a look back at the 3 1/2 years that Cliff was with us and includes his best bass solos and the home footage & pix, that we feel capture his unique personality and style.

 

Review

 

This is all about celebrating the Band during the Cliff era and it’s real cool. It starts with them going into a shop pissed or stoned, or fucking both, and walking out with some beerz and what have you’s. As you watch you ask yourself whether they paid for the goods. The answer is of course no. Nice one lads.

There’s a variety of live shows here playing stuff from all three Cliff era albums. You get to see for yourself (if you are like me and were too young to have seen Cliff live) how crazy Cliff was. Out of time moshing loads of confidence and a fantastic style on bass. He is such a flowing person and that comes across in how he plays, smooth but precise. You can understand the loss.

There’s some hilarious footage of Cliff stoned as a badger hanging with Roadies, he looks totally off his nads. He was such a funny guy.

There’s some nice stills of Cliff also and you get to see Anesthesia live on the Kill ‘em all tour. A favourite clip is when James throws a record out into the crowd and it gets ripped apart. Another treat of this very nature is watching Kirk holding his guitar over the crowd like a rock star when the crowd quickly whip it from him and he loses it completely. A roadie has to dive in to get it back!!! Magic.

This is an informal 'Tallica piece, like the video equivalent of Garage days, real nice. Another must have.

Glenshire 2004

 

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