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Live - The World of Metallica

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Metallica  The Ecstasy of Gold (Live With the SFSO)   buy on itunes
Metallica  Enter Sandman (Live from Live Earth)   buy on itunes
Metallica  Creeping Death (Live)   buy on itunes
Metallica  Ride the Lightning (Live)   buy on itunes
Metallica  Fuel (Live With the SFSO)   buy on itunes
Metallica  The Four Horsemen (Live)   buy on itunes
Metallica  The Memory Remains (Live With the SFSO)   buy on itunes
Metallica  No Leaf Clover (Live With the SFSO)   buy on itunes
Metallica  Sad But True (Live from Live Earth)   buy on itunes
Metallica  Whiplash (Live)   buy on itunes
Metallica  Until It Sleeps (Live With the SFSO)   buy on itunes
Metallica  For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live)   buy on itunes
Metallica  Wherever I May Roam (Live With the SFSO)   buy on itunes
Metallica  The Thing That Should Not Be (Live)   buy on itunes
Metallica  Fade to Black   buy on itunes
Metallica  One (Live)   buy on itunes
Metallica  Master of Puppets (Live With the SFSO)   buy on itunes
Metallica  Leper Messiah (Live)   buy on itunes
Metallica  Motorbreath (Live)   buy on itunes
Metallica  Battery (Live)   buy on itunes

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Metallica didn't just throttle the thrash-metal circuit in the early '80s — they grabbed every last denim vest by its back patches and [i]demanded[/i] to be heard. Now that they're plowing through sold-out stadiums with all the subtlety of a four-man steamroller, we've connected the chords between decades of lawless live material to create the ultimate concert experience. That's right — you now have an excuse to mosh with friends right in the comfort of your living room, beginning with "The Ecstasy of Gold," an Ennio Morricone cover/longtime intro song (since 1983) that leaves the guns at home in favor of cocked guitars. Everything's a riff-slingin' blur from then on, as the band shifts between the frenzied fan favorites of [i]The Metallica Collection[/i] ("Whiplash," "Battery," "Creeping Death") and the sinister symphonic metal of [i]S&M[/i] ("Until It Sleeps," "Master of Puppets," "Fuel"). In the words of James Hetfield — when he isn't howling or hammering his signature ESP six-string, that is — "Come on, man!" This is the greatest Metallica live set that [i]never[/i] was, and it ain't gonna let up 'til you get your dose of dive-bomb hooks and speaker-slammin' drum solos.
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