Metallica - Fan Club 2001 mp3 album
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. 2001 was set aside to begin work on a new original studio album, but the year started with yet another major change as Jason Newsted and the band parted ways in January.
Cd Disc With Matrix Code. Matrix, Runout: MFC2001CD. Rights Society: 5137. Other Versions (5 of 15) View All.
S&M² Fan Club Presale Information.
METALLICA - Fan Club 2001 (Live Bootleg) FULL AUDIO.
Metallica earned a growing fan base in the underground music community and won critical acclaim with its first five albums. Metallica has released ten studio albums, four live albums, a cover album, five extended plays, 37 singles and 39 music videos. Although the release was delayed until 1991, Metallica debuted at number one in ten countries, selling 650,000 units in the . during its first week. The album brought Metallica mainstream attention; it has been certified 16 times platinum in the.
Title: Metallica: The Black Album (12 Nov 2001). I guess to summarise, this Classic Album doco for me was made at such a poignant time in the career of Metallica, that it is a must have for any serious fan, as it provides so much insight into the past, the present, and most powerfully, what was yet to come.
Metallica (also known as The Black Album) is the fifth studio album by American heavy metal band Metallica and was released on August 12, 1991 through Elektra Records to critical acclaim. Metallica produced five hit singles that are considered today among the band's best-known songs: "Enter Sandman", "The Unforgiven", "Nothing Else Matters", "Wherever I May Roam", and "Sad But True", also Don't Tread on Me was released as a promo single. The band promoted the album with a series of tours.
|2||For Whom The Bell Tolls|
|3||Welcome Home (Sanitarium)|
|5||Harvester Of Sorrow|
|6||Eye Of The Beholder|
|7||To Live Is To Die "Doodle"|
|8||Master Of Puppets|
|10||...And Justice For All|
|11||Fade To Black|
- Recorded At – Reunion Arena
- Bass – Jason Newsted
- Drums – Lars Ulrich
- Guitar – Kirk Hammett
- Mastered By – Ue Nastasi
- Vocals, Guitar – James Hetfield
NotesRecorded live At Reunion Arena, Dallas, Texas, February 5, 1989.
No Place Indication On Back Side Cover, Above The Barcode, Cd Disc In Black Print.
Bootleg of Metallica's "Fan Can 4" CD.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 9 254397 854123
- Barcode (String): 9254397854123
- Label Code: 5137
|LAF1481/1482||Metallica||Dallas 1989 (2xCDr, Ltd, Unofficial)||Lost and Found||LAF1481/1482||Japan||2012|
|ZODIAC 013||Metallica||...And Justice For Dallas (2xCD, Num, Unofficial)||Zodiac||ZODIAC 013||Japan||2013|
|WLVR010||Metallica||Blackened - The Dallas Arena FM Broadcast Volume 1 (LP, Ltd, Unofficial)||Wax Radio Records||WLVR010||Europe||2018|
|MFC2001CD||Metallica||Fan Club 2001 (CD, Unofficial, Dig)||Not On Label (Metallica)||MFC2001CD||Europe||2001|
|IACD10014/15, RV2CD2099 , none||Metallica||Live: Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX, 5 Feb 89 (2xCD, Unofficial, Wit)||Alive The Live, Rox Vox, Obiterdictum Media Ltd.||IACD10014/15, RV2CD2099 , none||Japan||2018|