Metallica - The End Of The World As We Know It : The Metallica Interviews Vol. 1 mp3 album
Metallica – The End Of The World As We Know It : The Metallica Interviews Vol. 1. Label: Baktabak – BAK 6011.
It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)" is a song by American rock band . which first appeared on their 1987 album Document. It was released as a single in November 1987, reaching No. 69 in the US Billboard Hot 100 and later reaching No. 39 on the UK Singles Chart on its re-release in December 1991. The song originated from a previously unreleased song called "PSA" ("Public Service Announcement"); the two are very similar in melody and tempo.
In 1991, Metallica released their self-titled album – better known by fans as The Black Album. New producer Bob Rock focused the band on a fuller sound with simpler arrangements, and it went straight to number one all over the worl. nd didn’t really leave for a couple of years, selling in excess of 16 million copies worldwide, spawning several legitimate singles, and earning various industry accolades, including a Grammy, MTV and American Music Awards. Towards the end of 2012, Metallica also announced the creation of their own label, Blackened Records, which subsequently issued its first release, a live DVD titled Quebec Magnetic and shot on the World Magnetic tour in Quebec City.
On Metallica, 10 of the album’s 12 songs once again utilized E standard tuning, but the band mixed it up a little more at Bob Rock’s behest, dropping the guitars to D standard for Sad but True and Eb for The God That Failed. I realized that every song, including this one, was in the key of E, said Bob Rock of Sad But True. 6. The album also marked the first time that Metallica had ever recorded their basic tracks live together in the studio. We wanted a live feel, James Hetfield told Guitar World in 1991. This time I wanted to try playing as a band unit in the studio. It lightens things up and you get more of a vibe. Everyone was in the same room and we were able to watch each other.
On August 12, 1991, Metallica released the biggest album of their career: a self-titled LP that's since been referred to almost exclusively as "the Black album. The band had built their career gradually, breaking out of the underground with Master of Puppets in 1986. With their 1988 release,. And Justice for All, Metallica broke the top ten, before finally hitting the number one spot with the Black album, which topped the charts for a month and would eventually go on to sell 16 million copies
Metallica reflects on crafting the blockbuster Metallica album and what it was like playing "Enter Sandman" live for the first time: The band hasn’t gone on the road full-time since its 2008-10 World Magnetic Tour, but it has a steady diet of big shows. So who are Metallica’s role models for working past retirement age? Everybody mentions The Rolling Stones, says Hetfield. Metallica has had five No. 1 Billboard 200 albums in a row dating back to 1991, but the band knows that rock commands a much smaller slice of the music world now. Ulrich acknowledges that hip-hop is dominant, and makes a point of saying that he finds artists like Kendrick Lamar and Drake to be inspiring and awesome.
The Mayans' doomsday prophesy of the end of the world for December 21, 2012, may not have happened, but this song registered a hefty surge in sales and airplay in the days before the potentially apocalyptic event. Wow! Gj from Lodnon, United KingdomUsed as the main title theme to the BBC comedy The World as We Know It by Luke Sorba. Comedy about 4 people ( 2 women and 2 men ) who live together as flatmates, wake up one Monday morning to discover the entire human race has vanished from the planet. Suddenly a mysterious stranger appears from the basement of the house they live in, dropping clues as to how it all happened.
World serves its own needs, don't mis-serve your own needs. Speed it up a notch, speed, grunt, no strength. The ladder starts to clatter with fear of fight, down height. Wire in a fire, represent the seven games In a government for hire and a combat site. Left her, wasn't coming in a hurry With the furies breathing down your neck. Look at that low plane! Fine, then. Uh oh, overflow, population, common group, But it'll do. Save yourself, serve yourself. World serves its own needs, listen to your heart bleed. Tell me with the rapture and the rev-'rent in the right, right. You vitriolic, patriotic, slam, fight, bright light; Feeling pretty psyched. It's the end of the world as we know it. It's the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine.
|A||Interview Part One|
|B||Interview Part Two|
- Record Company – A Network Leisure Group Company
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tabak Marketing Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Tabak Marketing Ltd.
- Manufactured By – Tabak Marketing Ltd.
Limited Edition Interview Album.
(P) © 1990 Tabak Marketing Ltd.
Made in England.
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|BAK 6011||Metallica||The End Of The World As We Know It : The Metallica Interviews Vol. 1 (12", Ltd, Unofficial, Pin)||Baktabak||BAK 6011||UK||1990|
|BAK 6011||Metallica||The End Of The World As We Know It : The Metallica Interviews Vol. 1 (12", Ltd, Unofficial, Yel + CD)||Baktabak||BAK 6011||UK||1990|
|BAK 6011||Metallica||The End Of The World As We Know It : The Metallica Interviews Vol. 1 (12", Ltd, Unofficial, Yel)||Baktabak||BAK 6011||UK||1990|
|BAK 6011||Metallica||The End Of The World As We Know It : The Metallica Interviews Vol. 1 (12", Ltd, Unofficial, Red)||Baktabak||BAK 6011||UK||1990|
|MBAK 6011||Metallica||The End Of The World As We Know It : The Metallica Interviews Vol. 1 (Cass, Album, Ltd, Unofficial, Whi)||Baktabak||MBAK 6011||UK||1990|