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Live Shit: Binge and Purge

Mexico City '93 (CD)

Enter Sandman (Hetfield / Ulrich / Hammett)
Creeping Death (Hetfield / Ulrich / Burton / Hammett)
Harvester Of Sorrow (Hetfield / Ulrich)
Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Hetfield / Ulrich / Hammett)
Sad But True (Hetfield / Ulrich)
Of Wolf & Man (Hetfield / Ulrich / Burton / Hammett)
The Unforgiven (Hetfield / Ulrich / Hammett)
Justice Medley (Hetfield / Ulrich / Hammett) 
· Eye of the Beholder (Hetfield / Ulrich / Hammett) 
· Blackened (Hetfield / Ulrich / Newsted) 
· The Frayed Ends of Sanity (Hetfield / Ulrich / Hammett) 
· ...And Justice for all (Hetfield / Ulrich / Hammett) 
· Blackened (Hetfield / Ulrich / Newsted) 
Solos (Bass/Guitar)
Through The Never (Hetfield / Ulrich / Hammett)
For Whom The Bell Tolls (Hetfield / Ulrich / Burton)
Fade To Black (Hetfield / Ulrich / Burton / Hammett)
Master Of Puppets (Hetfield / Ulrich / Burton / Hammett)
Seek & Destroy (Hetfield / Ulrich)
Whiplash (Hetfield / Ulrich)
Nothing Else Matters (Hetfield / Ulrich)
Wherever I May Roam (Hetfield / Ulrich)
Am I Evil? (Tatler / Harris)
Last Caress (Danzig)
One (Hetfield / Ulrich)
Battery (Hetfield / Ulrich)
The Four Horsemen (Hetfield / Ulrich / Mustaine)
Motorbreath (Hetfield)
Stone Cold Crazy (Mercury / May / Taylor / Deacon)

San Diego '92 (Video/DVD)

20 Min MetalliMovie 
Enter Sandman (Hetfield / Ulrich / Hammett) 
Creeping Death (Hetfield / Ulrich / Burton / Newsted) 
Harvester Of Sorrow (Hetfield / Ulrich / Newsted) 
Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Hetfield / Ulrich / Hammett) 
Sad But True (Hetfield / Ulrich) 
Wherever I May Roam (Hetfield / Ulrich / Hammett) 
Bass Solo 
Through The Never (Hetfield / Ulrich / Hammett) 
The Unforgiven (Hetfield / Ulrich / Hammett) 
Justice Medley (Hetfield / Ulrich / Hammett) 
· Eye of the Beholder (Hetfield / Ulrich / Hammett) 
· Blackened (Hetfield / Ulrich / Newsted) 
· The Frayed Ends of Sanity (Hetfield / Ulrich / Hammett) 
· ...And Justice for all (Hetfield / Ulrich / Hammett) 
· Blackened (Hetfield / Ulrich / Newsted) 
Drum Solo
Guitar Solo 
The Four Horsemen (Hetfield / Ulrich / Mustaine) 
For Whom The Bell Tolls (Hetfield / Ulrich / Burton) 
Fade To Black (Hetfield / Ulrich / Burton / Hammett) 
Whiplash (Hetfield / Ulrich) 
Master Of Puppets (Hetfield / Ulrich / Burton / Hammett) 
Seek & Destroy (Hetfield / Ulrich) 
One (Hetfield / Ulrich) 
Last Caress (Danzig) 
Am I Evil? (Tatler / Harris) 
Guitar Solo Battery (Hetfield / Ulrich) 
Stone Cold Crazy (Mercury / May / Taylor / Deacon) 

Seattle '89 (Video/DVD)

Mini Intro Movie
Blackened (Hetfield / Ulrich / Newsted) 
For Whom The Bell Tolls (Hetfield / Ulrich / Burton) 
Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Hetfield / Ulrich / Hammett) 
Harvester Of Sorrow (Hetfield / Ulrich) 
The Four Horsemen (Hetfield / Ulrich / Mustaine) 
The Thing That Should Not Be (Hetfield / Ulrich / Hammett) 
Bass Solo 
Master Of Puppets (Hetfield / Ulrich / Burton / Hammett) 
Fade To Black (Hetfield / Ulrich / Burton / Hammett) 
Seek & Destroy (Hetfield / Ulrich / Burton / Hammett) 
...And Justice for All (Hetfield / Ulrich / Newsted) 
One (Hetfield / Ulrich) 
Creeping Death (Hetfield / Ulrich / Burton / Hammett) 
Guitar Solo Battery (Hetfield / Ulrich) 
Last Caress (Danzig) 
Am I Evil? (Tatler / Harris) 
Whiplash (Hetfield / Ulrich)
Breadfan (Shelly / Bourge / Phillips)

 
Release Date: November 23, 1993

Recording Location & Date: Seattle WA, San Diego CA, Mexico City

Directed by: Michael Saloman and Wayne Isham

Produced by: Hetfield and Ulrich

The Band:
James Hetfield - Guitar, Vocals
Lars Ulrich - Drums
Kirk Hammett - Lead Guitar
Jason Newsted - Bass

Singles:
One

Promos:
15 Pieces of Live Shit
Enter Sandman/One

 
Notes:

The first official live album for the band came packaged in a mini road case filled with 3-CD's from Mexico City, 2 VHS videos from San Diego, a VHS video from Seattle, a 72-page booklet, a Snake Pit pass, and a stencil of James' notorious "Scary Guy." The Mexico City show was recorded in 1993 on the Nowhere Else to Roam tour while the San Diego show came from a 1992 stop on the Wherever I May Roam tour and the Seattle show documented a 1989 performance from the Damaged Justice tour.

The newly released DVD version of this box set is a more compact version of the original, designed to fit your CD or DVD collection. Just like the original, the set contains the 3-CD's from Mexico City, a DVD from San Diego, and a DVD from Seattle. The complete original 72-page booklet is included on the Seattle DVD. Plus the Snake Pit pass, and a stencil of James' notorious "Scary Guy" are enclosed as well. Other DVD features are view, zoom and make screensavers with your computer's DVD-Rom or view on your TV with your DVD player.

 

Review

 

29/08/89 Seattle Coliseum, Seattle 


Well this is the best live video in existence in my humble opinion. I must have watched this show through at least 30 times. It is Metallica in their prime just before the black album. I think something amazing happened in 1989 and 1990. The boys went from being aggressive hard hitting fantastic musicians with a youthful energy, to super league Metal/Rock legends with an amazing confidence and live presence playing in front of huge audiences. This live show captures Metallica during this transformation, however they aren’t wrapped in the chrysalis state of an insect (besides Metallica has 8 legs insects have 6!) but they seem to have all the best bits. Everything you ever loved about Metallica is here. Speed, insanity the fuck you punk attitude of their youth along with the pyro’s, a big stage, tight performance and big crowd of the Metallica monster we know now. Fucking awesome, this for me is the best of everything. Late 80’s Metallica was something I wish I had enjoyed at the time instead of Alice Cooper.

Anyway so this show is near the end of the Damaged justice tour (American leg) and the boys had there performance down to a tea after Months of touring their classic …And Justice for all album. This was their first headline world tour and they Sold out everywhere. The Classic Ecstasy of Gold starts the show and the crowd look wild. Ripped denim, mullets ‘n’ all goes into the intro for Blackened and you see the boys getting ready to hit the stage. Kirk looking in a state of nervous excitement, James looking psyched and Jason filmed skipping like an animal towards the stage. Then a purple light shines on a figure of a man with a guitar as the intro to Blackened starts still in almost darkness the energy builds as Lars’ snare kicks in pounding hard. Then the fill from Lars and the boys all come in lights going and pyros kick in. There is an almighty roar from the crowd and were off, insanity is beginning. Blackened is played real fast and Lars looks like he could rip a bear apart the way he is drumming. 

Next is ‘For Whom The Fucking Bell Tolls’ James looks borderline insane pumped unfeasibly high on adrenalin and as the cameras look towards Lars he quickly points out the more insane view of the crowd It looks like Agincourt on steroids!!! Classic Bellz… 

The sound is amazing, guitar is real heavy and biting while the drums are just like thunder. It’s also nice to hear Justice songs with bass.

A real highlight is the bass solo going into a 'To Live Is To Die' jam then the drums come in and what do you know bang we have puppets, 0-100 In 1 second and the body’s adrenal glands start working overtime, wrap it in foil and serve it hot baby … hot. Here we see a classic ’89 circle pit in full flow in the crowd.

They buzz through some old Kill 'Em All stuff too which sounds great and Whiplash is amazing. Kirk does a great guitar solo section and plays a gorgeous version of little wings by Jimi Hendrix, with all the extra toppings of some Satriani inspired whammy bar techniques.

I love the covers they play Am I evil? is great, Jason doing a frog march and Last Caress is so in your face and attitude… lets do some slammin baby. Breadfan ends the show like a gem.

For me the little things make this all the more special. James’ guitar with EET FUK on it or MORE BEERZ. Lars holds a sign up saying BURP predicting james’ rehearsed burp bit before Last Caress. Jason's wind milling on Battery. Then of course you have the not so little Doris falling to the ground. Live it baby or if not watch it on DVD. Do it - you owe it to the boys and yourself.


Over and out…Ed

 

 

 

 

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