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Metallica Metallica (The Black Album)

Track List:

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

 
Release Date: August 13th 1991

Recording Location & Date: One On One Recording Los Angeles, California October 1990 - June 1991

Producer: Bob Rock with James Hetfield & Lars Ulrich
The Band: 
James Hetfield - Guitar, Vocals
Lars Ulrich - Drums
Jason Newsted - Bass
Kirk Hammett - Lead Guitar

Michael Kamen - Orchestration arrangement on 
"Nothing Else Matters"

Singles:
Enter Sandman
The Unforgiven
Nothing Else Matters
Wherever I May Roam
Sad But True

Promos:
Don't Tread On Me
Enter Sandman
The Unforgiven
Nothing Else Matters
Wherever I May Roam
Sad But True

 
Notes:
Also known as "The Black Album" because of its black cover sleeve. The biggest selling album from Metallica. It was re-released on DVD in 2000

Lars Ulrich: "We went into the studio with the intent of making a real lively record that bounces off the walls. It should have gone quicker, in theory, than trying to get everything note perfect like we have before. But as usual with Metallica, all those theories and normality's go straight out the window."
 

Review

 

 

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