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Table of Contents

The Four Gods of Metal

(Current Members)

Before There Was...

(Past Members)

Instruments of Magic

(Equiptment)

Looking Back

(History)

Oh, Crap

(Mess-Ups)

Works of Art

(Discography)

Gifts to Please

(Awards)

Live, In The Restraints of Your Home

(Concert Videos)

Not a CD, Not a Concert, Somewhere in Between

(Music Videos)

The Others

(Links)



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The Four Gods of Metal

(Current Members)

The current members of Metallica (as of 2004).


James Hetfield

Born: August 3, 1963

Hometown: Los Angeles, California

Instrument: Vocals, Guitar

In Band: 1980-Present

Previous Bands: Leather Charm, Phantom Lord

Height: 6' 1"

Hair: Blonde

Eyes: Blue

Marital Status: Married, 3 Kids

Lars Ulrich Lars Ulrich

Born: December 26, 1963

Hometown: Gentofte, Denmark

Instrument: Drums

In Band: 1980-Present

Previous Bands: NONE

Height: 6' 7"

Hair: Blonde-Brown

Eyes: Green

Marital Status: Married, 2 Kids


Kirk Hammett Kirk Hammett

Born: November 18, 1962

Hometown: San Francisco, California

Instrument: Guitar

In Band: 1983-Present

Previous Bands: Exodus

Height: 5' 8"

Hair: Brown

Eyes: Brown

Marital Status: Married

Robert Trujillo Robert Trujillo

Born: October 23, 1964

Hometown: Santa Monica, California

Instrument: Bass

In Band: 2003-Present

Previous Bands: Oblivion, True Color, Infectious Groove, Ozzy Osbourne, Suicidal Tendancies

Height: 5' 9"

Hair: Black

Eyes: Brown

Marital Status: Single, 1 Kid

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Before There Was...

(Past Members)

Former members of the band, from 1981-2003.


Jason Newstead

  • Jason Newstead
  • Born: March 4, 1963

    Hometown: Battle Creek, Michigan

    Instrument: Bass

    In Band: 1986-2001

    Previous Bands: Dogz, Gangster, Flotsam & Jetsam

    Post Metallica: Echobrain, Voivod

    Cliff Burton

  • Cliff Burton
  • Born: February 10, 1962

    Died: September 27, 1986

    Hometown: Castro Valley, California

    Instrument: Bass

    In Band: 1982-1986

    Previous Bands: AD 2 Million, Agents of Misfortune, EZ Street, Trauma


  • Dave Mustaine
  • Born: September 13, 1961

    Hometown: La Mea, California

    Instrument: Guitar

    In Band: 1981-1983

    Previous Bands: NONE

    Post Metallica: Megadeth


  • Jef Warner
  • Instrument: Vocals

    In Band: 1982

    * * * NOTE * * *

    Jef was in the band briefly when they were trying to find a lead singer (before James dutifully accepted the role). This was the only time Metallica was a five person band.


  • Ron McGoverny
  • Instrument: Bass

    In Band: 1981-1982

    Previous Bands: Leather Charm

    Post Metallica: Hirax


  • Lloyd Grant
  • Instrument: Guitar

    In Band: 1981

    * * * NOTE * * *

    Lloyd was only in the band for a brief time and was never considered a real member of the band.

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    Instruments of Magic

    (Equiptment)

    What intruments the band uses when playing (there is certainly more, but the following is what metallica.com listed).


  • James Hetfield
  • ESP Custom Black Explorer Bright Diamond Plate

    ESP Custom Black Explorer with Wood-Burn Deer

    ESP Custom Black Explorer with Diamond Plate

    ESP Custom Black Silver Diamond Plate Explorer

    ESP Custom Black "Fuel" Les Paul Style with Gold Pinstrips

    ESP Custom Deerskull Inlay Explorer

    ESP Custom Black & White Pinstripe Les Paul

    ESP Custom Black & Gold

    ESP New Model Black Explorer with Mother of Pearl Inlay

    ESP Custom Black Flying V with Greem Flames

    ESP Custom Black Flying V with Hot Rod Flames

    Ken Lawrence Custom Explorer Natural

    Dunlop Custom Nylon Picks

    Mesa Boogie 4 x 12 Speaker Cabinet

    2x Mesa Boogie Strategy 400 Power Amplifiers


  • Lars Ulrich
  • TAMA Star Classic 22" x 16" Bass Drums

    TAMA Star Classic 16" x 16" Floor Tom

    TAMA Star Classic 16" x 14" Floor Tom

    TAMA Star Classic 10" x 9" Tom Tom

    TAMA Star Classic 12" x 11" Tom Tom

    TAMA Diamond plate SIgnature Snare Drum 6.5" x 14"

    Zildjiian 17", 18", 19" Medium Cymbals

    Zildjiian 20" China Trash

    Zildjiian 14" Dyno-Beat Hi-Hats

    Zildjiian 20" Custom China

    TAMA Cymbal Stands & Hardware

    REMO Drum Heads

    Iron Cobra Pedals

    Easton Ahead Drumsticks


  • Kirk Hammett
  • ESP Spider

    ESP Skull

    ESP Ouija

    ESP Mummy

    ESP Flying V

    Jackson Rhandy Rhodes Model

    Gibson Les Paul

    Dunlop Picks

    Mesa Boogie Tremoverb 2 x 12 Combo Amp

    Mesa Boogie Triaxis Pre-Amp

    Mesa Boogie Strategy 400 Stereo Power Amp

    Mesa Boogie 4 x 12 Speaker Cabinet

    Mesa Boogie 2 x 12 Speaker Cabinet

    Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier Amp


  • Robert Trujillo
  • Tobias/MTD

    Music Man

    Fernandez

    Dean Markley Strings

    Ampeg SVT III

    Hi Watt

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    A Brief Review

    (History)

    A summary of the band since 1981 to now.


    Metallica was originally formed in 1981 by Lars Ulrich, who put out an ad in his local newspaper looking for a guitarist, claiming that he had a band (when in fact, it was just himself and a drum set). James Hetfield responded. With just the two of them, they recorded a few songs, with Lars on drums and James on guitar, bass, and vocals.

    Llyod Grant joined for a brief period of time as a guitarist, but didn't even remain with the band for a year. Ron McGoverny (bass) and Dave Mustaine (guitar), joined to record Metallica's first ever demo "No Life 'Till Leather". McGoverny left the band (November 30, 1982), replaced by Cliff Burton (March 5, 1983). Mustaine was fired (April 11th, 1983) due to his problems with drinking, and was replaced by Kirk Hammett (April 16, 1983).

    The new line up (James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, Cliff Burotn, and Kirk Hammett) went on to make "Kill 'Em All" (the first ever Metallica album), "Ride the Lightening", and "Master of Puppets", amazing albums with mind blowing guitar work and dark lyrics that spoke to the rebellious generation who was buying/stealing the albums. Hetfield was accepting the role as vocalist, simply because no one else in the band wanted to (and because Metallica's only attempt at a five person band never got off the ground). The band was touring with other famous metal bands (such as Mercyful Fate, Motorhead, and Ozzy Osbourne to name a few), sometimes becoming even more of a show-stopper than the actual headliners.

    Launching into rock stardom, Metallica's was becoming a major icon of heavy metal, when disaster struck on September 27, 1986, on an icy highway in Sweden. The tour bus holding the band and numerous other crew members, hit a patch of black ice, and flipped over, eventually landing sixty feet from its original location. There was one fatality in the entire accident: Cliff Burton. His young life was ended tradgetically, just as he was reaching his prime.

    The band recovered from the tradgety, getting bassist Jason Newstead to join them. The band was churning out albums such as "...And Justice For All" and "Metallica (The Black Album)", which turned the band into a mainstream group. The next few albums however ("Load", "RELoad", and "Garage Inc.") were often examples of controversy among the metal community. Good? Bad? No one could quite agree, but despite that, they still sold.

    About a decade and a half after the death of Cliff Burton, another tradgety hit Metallica: James Hetfield quit the band and checked into rehab for drug and alcohol abuse, and Jason also left for personal reasons. However, shortly after emerging from rehab as a newly clean and sober man, James returned to the band. They began producing "St. Anger", this time with a therapist and camera crew in tow. Both Lars and Kirk were ready to quit, nervous about how everything would turn out with their newly sober lead singer and wondering if the music would turn into a bunch of "rehab songs". The studio efforts, which almost caused the destruction of the band, can be seen in the documentary "Some Kind of Monster".

    Robert Trujillo joined the band (February 24, 2003), to replace the long absent Jason. He is the fifth person to play bass since the start of Metallica back in 1981.

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    Oh, Crap

    (Mess-Ups)

    Every band can mess up in the eyes of their fans now and then, and Metallica certainly isn't stranger to this. It is only their ability to overcome these obsticles is what proves that they deserve every minute in the spotlight they get.


  • Metallica VS Napster
  • The band (lead mostly by Lars Ulrich), took on the famous website Napster, that gave out free music downloads to anybody who wanted. Sure, the band may have lost some money from the website, but they also lost a lot of fans who began viewing them as nothing more than greedy, over-the-hill rockers. The whole thing also carries a hint of irony, considering about 98% of Metallica's career centers around anything and everything bootleg.

  • Haircuts
  • Metallica - Long Hair = What the Fuck?!

    The stunt brough much confusion to dedicated fans (along with the neat and tidy press photos that the band appeared in following their trip to the barbers). Why would Metallica suddenly shop off their long locks, that had become so much apart of their image? Plus, how can you effectivly headbang without a mop of hair?

  • Orchestra
  • How many rock bands have suddenly decided tht it would be a great idea to play with a gigantic symphany orchestra? Too many to count that's for sure, and sadly, Metallica became one of them. When the band recorded "S&M" with the San Francisco National Symphany Orchestra, it left many fans to ponder one question...huh?

  • Mainstream
  • Back when metal was purely an underground sort of thing, Metallica going mainstream with the release of their highly successful self-titled black album, was considered the ultimate sell-out. But, the band becoming a name among everything from tots to teenagers to seinor citizens, did nothing to hurt their career, and instead helped them to become one of the best metal bands of all time.

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    Works of Art

    (Discography)

    The albums Metallica has released over the years, including live albums.


    Kill 'Em All

    Released: July 1983

    Produced: Paul Curico

    Music America, Rochester, NY

    Kill 'Em All

    Hit the Lights

    The Four Horsemen

    Motorbreath

    Jump in the Fire

    (Anesthesia) Pulling Teeth

    Whiplash

    Phantom Lord

    Seek And Destroy

    Metal Militia

    Am I Evil?

    Blitzkrieg

    ***NOTE***

    Am I Evil? and Blitzkrieg are only avaliable on albums made when Metallica was still with Megaforce records. The new Kill 'Em All albums pressed on Elektra do NOT include these two songs.


    Ride the Lightning

    Released: August 1984

    Produced: Metallica

    Sweet Silence Studios, Copenhagen, DK

    Ride the Lightning

    Fight Fire with Fire

    Ride the Lightening

    For Whom the Bell Tolls

    Fade to Black

    Trapped Under Ice

    Escape

    Creeping Death

    The Call of Ktulu


    Master of Puppets

    Released: February 1986

    Produced: Metallica and Flemming Rassmussen

    Sweet Silence Studios, Copenhagen, DK

    Master of Puppets

    Battery

    Master of Puppets

    The Thing That Should Not Be

    Welcome Home (Saniatrium)

    Disposable Heroes

    Leper Messiah

    Orion

    Damage, Inc.


    The $5.98 Garage Days Re-Visited EP

    Released: August 1987

    Limited Release

    Produced: Metallica

    A&M & Conway, Los Angeles, CA

    Garage Days Re-Visited EP

    Helpless

    The Small Hours

    The Wait

    Crash Course in Brain Surgery

    Last Caress/Green Hell


    ...And Justice For All

    Released: August 1988

    Produced: Metallica and Flemming Rassmussan

    One on One Studios, Los Angeles, CA

    ...And Justice for All

    Blackened

    ...And Justice For All

    Eye of the Beholder

    One

    The Shortest Straw

    Harvester of Sorrow

    The Frayed Ends of Sanity

    To Live is to Die

    Dryers Eve


    The Good, The Bad, & The Live (live)

    6 1/2 Anniversary EP

    Box Set

    Released: 1990

    The Good, The Bad, & The Live

    DISC 1

    Jump in the Fire

    Seek and Destroy (live)

    Phantom Lord (live)

    Creeping Death

    Am I Evil?

    Blitzkrieg

    DISC 2

    Breadfan (live)

    Harvester of Sorrow (live)

    One (live)

    Helpless

    The Small Hours

    The Wait

    Crash Course in Brain Surgery

    Last Caress/Green Hell

    DISC 3

    Harvester of Sorrow

    Breadfan

    The Prince

    One

    For Whom the Bell Tolls (live)

    Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (live)


    Metallica (The Black Album)

    released: August 1991

    Produced: Bob Rock and Hetfield, Ulrich

    One on One Studios, Los Angeles, CA

    Metallica (The Black Album)

    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


    Live Shit: Binge & Purge (live)

    Box Set

    Released: 1993

    Live Shit: Binge & Purge

    DISC 1

    Enter Sandman

    Creeping Death

    Harvester of Sorrow

    Welcome ome (Sanitarium)

    Sad But True

    Of Wolf and Man

    Unforgiven

    Justice Medley: Eye of the Beholder/Blackened/The Frayed Ends of Sanity

    DISC 2

    Through the Never

    For Whom the Bell Tolls

    Fade to Black

    Master of Puppets

    Seek and Destroy

    Whiplash

    DISC 3

    Nothing Else Matters

    Wherever I May Roam

    Am I Evil?

    Last Caress

    One

    Battery

    Four Horsemen

    Stone Cold Crazy

    DISC 4

    Enter Sandman (DVD)

    Creeping Death (DVD)

    Harvester of Sorrow (DVD)

    Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (DVD)

    Sad but True (DVD)

    Wherever I May Roam (DVD)

    Through the Never (DVD)

    Unforgiven (DVD)

    Justice Medley: Eye of the Beholder/Blackened/The Frayed Ends of Sanity

    Four Horsemen (DVD)

    For Whome the Bell Tolls (DVD)

    Fade to Black (DVD)

    Whiplash (DVD)

    Master of Puppets (DVD)

    Seek and Destroy (DVD)

    Last Caress (DVD)

    Am I Evil? (DVD)

    Battery (DVD)

    Stone Cold Crazy (DVD)

    DISC 5

    Blackened (DVD)

    For Whom the Bell Tolls (DVD)

    Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (DVD)

    Harvester of Sorrow (DVD)

    Four Horsemen (DVD)

    The Thing That Should Not Be (DVD)

    Master of Puppets (DVD)

    Fade to Black (DVD)

    Seek and Destroy (DVD)

    ...And Justice For All (DVD)

    One (DVD)

    Creeping Death (DVD)

    Battery (DVD)

    Last Caress (DVD)

    Am I Evil? (DVD)

    Whiplash (DVD)

    Breadfan (DVD)


    Load

    Released: June 1996

    Produced: Bob Rock and Hetfield, Ulrich

    The Plant Studios, Sausalito, CA

    Load

    Ain't My Bitch

    2 x 4

    The House That Jack Built

    Until It Sleeps

    King Nothing

    Hero of the Day

    Bleeding Me

    Cure

    Poor Twisted Me

    Wasting My Hate

    Mama Said

    Thorn Within

    Ronnie

    The Outlaw Torn


    RELoad

    Released: November 1997

    The Plant Studios, Sausalito, CA

    RELoad

    Fuel

    The Memory remains

    Devil's Dance

    The Unforgiven II

    Better Than You

    Slither

    Carpe Diem Baby

    Bad Seed

    Where the Wild THings Are

    Prince Charming

    Low Man's Attitude

    Attiude

    Fixxxer


    Garage, Inc.

    Released: November 1998

    Produced: Bob Rock and Hetfield, Ulrich

    The Plant Studios, Sausalito, CA

    Garage, Inc.

    DISC 1

    Free Speech for the Dumb

    It's Electric

    Sabbra Cadabra

    Turn the Page

    Die, Die My Darling

    Loverman

    Mercyful Fate

    Astronomy

    Whisky in the Jar

    Tuesday's Gone

    The More I See

    DISC 2

    Helpless

    The Small Hours

    The Wait

    Crash Course in Brain Surgery

    Last Caress/Green Hell

    Am I Evil?

    Blitzkrieg

    Breadfan

    The Prince

    Stone Cold Crazy

    So What

    Killing Time

    Overkill

    Damage Case

    Stone Dead Forever

    Too Late Too Late


    S&M (live)

    Released: Bob Rock and Hetfield, Ulrich, Kamen

    Berekley Community Theatre, Berekely, CA

    S&M

    DISC 1

    Ecstasy of Gold

    Call of Ktulu

    Master of Puppets

    Of Wolf and Man

    Things That Should Not Be

    Fuel

    Memory Remains

    No Leaf Clover

    Hero of the Day

    Devil's Dance

    Bleeding Me

    DISC 2

    Nothing Else Matters

    Until It Sleeps

    For Whom the Bell Tolls

    Human

    Wherever I May Roam

    Outlaw Torn

    Sad But True

    One

    Enter Sandman

    Battery


    St. Anger

    Released: June 2003

    Produced: Bob Rock and Metallica

    HQ, San Rafael, CA

    St. Anger

    Frantic

    St. Anger

    Some Kind of Monster

    Dirty Window

    Invisible Kid

    My World

    Shoot Me Again

    Sweet Amber

    Unnamed Feeling

    Purify

    All Within My Hands


    Some Kind of Monster (live)

    Released: July 2004

    Some Kind of Monster

    Some Kind of Monster

    The Four Horsemen (live)

    Damage, Inc. (live)

    Leper Messiah (live)

    Ride the Lightning (live)

    Hit the Lights (live)

    Some Kind of Monster (remix)

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    Gifts to Please

    (Awards)

    Here's a list of awards from a couple of the most famous establishments that Metallica has recieved over the course of their career, along with which songs/albums went gold/platinum/multi-platinum. (Date is when it was recieved.)


    AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS

    AMA

    Favorite Metal/Hard Rock Artist

    1993

    Favorite Heavy Metal/Hard Rock Artist

    1996

    RELoad

    Favorite Heavy Metal/hard Rock Song

    1996

    Until It Sleeps


    BAMMIES

    Outstanding Drummer

    Lars Ulrich

    Outstanding Hard Rock Album

    RELoad


    BILLBOARD MUSIC AWARDS

    Billboard

    Rock N' Roll Artist of the Year

    1997

    Metallica


    GRAMMY

    Grammy

    Best Metal Performance

    1990

    One

    Best Metal Performance

    1991

    Stone cold crazy

    Best Metal Performance with Vocals

    1992

    Metallica (The Black Album)

    Best Metal Performance

    1998

    Better Than You

    Best Hard Rock Performance

    1999

    Whiskey in the Jar

    Best Rock Instrumental Performance

    2000

    The Call of Ktulu (S&M)

    Best Metal Performance

    2003

    St. Anger


    MTV MUSIC VIDEOS AWARDS

    MTV

    Best Hard rock Video

    1992

    Enter Sandman

    Best Metal Video

    1996

    Until It Sleeps


    VH1 MUSIC AWARDS

    VH1

    Best Stage performance

    2000

    S&M


    ALBUMS

    Kill 'Em All

    Multi Platinum x3

    March 9, 1999

    Ride the LIghtning

    Multi Platinum x5

    June 9, 2003

    Master of Puppets

    Multi Platinum x6

    June 9, 2003

    ...And Justice For All

    Multi Platinum x8

    June 9, 2003

    The $5.98 Garage Days Re-Visited EP

    Platinum

    July 23, 1990

    Metallica (The Black ALbum)

    Multi Platinum x13

    June 9, 2003

    Load

    Multi Platinum x5

    June 9, 2003

    RELoad

    Multi Platinum x3

    November 18, 1998

    Garage, Inc.

    Multi Platinum x4

    February 19, 1999

    S&M

    Multi Platinum x5

    June 9, 2003


    SINGLES

    One

    Gold

    July 23, 1990

    Enter Sandman

    Gold

    September 30, 1991

    Until It Sleeps

    Gold

    August 6, 1996

    Cunning Stunts

    Platinum

    May 26, 1999


    VIDEOS

    2 of One

    Multi Platinum x1

    January 10, 1991

    Cliff 'Em All

    Multi Platinum x3

    November 3, 1997

    A Year and a Half in the Life of Metallica

    Multi Platinum x3

    November 3, 1997

    Live Shit: Binge & Purge (CD and Video Packacge)

    Multi Platinum x12

    November 19, 1998

    Live Shit: Binge & Purge

    Multi Platinum

    June 9, 2003

    S&M

    Multi Platinum

    June 9, 2003

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    Live, In the Restraints of Your Home

    (Concert Videos)

    Concert videos/documentaries/misc. videos that fans can buy to enjoy Metallica in the privacy of their own homes. Summary's taken from metallica.com and re-worded/shortened.


    Cliff 'Em All

    Released: 1987

    Live, bootleg concert videos and home videos by fans and the band, put together to honor their late bass player, Cliff Burton.


    2 of One

    Released: 1989

    Both "One" music videos, plus an introduction from Lars Ulrich.

    A Year and a Half in the Life of Metallica

    Released: 1992

    PART 1

    Behind the scenes of the recording of "Metallica (The Black Album)", and videos for "Enter Sandman", "The Unforgiven", and "Nothing Else Matters".

    PART 2

    Part of "Metallica (The Black Album)" tour and clips from numerous award shows. Videos for "Wherever I May Roam" and "Sad But True".


    Live Shit: Binge & Purge

    Released: 1993

    First official live album with three CD's, two DVD's from Wherever I May Roam Tour (San Diego and Seattle), a booklet, and other bonus features.


    Cunning Stunts

    Released: 1998

    Two nights from the Pour Touring Me tour, with interviews, behind the scene footage, and other bonus features.

    S&M

    Released: 1999

    Footage of concert with Metallica and the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra.


    Classic Album

    Released: 2001

    The making of "Metallica (The Black ALbum)" told by the members. Inculdes bonus footage and unreleased demo's.


    Metallica: Some Kind of Monster

    Released: 2005

    Behind the scenes footage of the making of "St. Anger" wiht interviews, clips from film festivals is aired at, and bonus footage.

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    Not a CD, Not a Concert, Somewhere in Between

    (Music Videos)

    Unable to escape the pricy trend of music videos, Metallica has made many for some of their most popular songs.


    One

    Premiere: 1989

    Director: Michael Salomon & Bill Pope

    Three Versions

    Avaliable on "A Year and a Half in the Life of Metallica" Disc 1


    Enter Sandman

    Premiereeed: 1991

    Director: Wayne Isham

    three Versions

    Avaliable on "A Year and a Half in the Life of Metallica" Disc 1


    The Unforgiven

    Premiere: 1991

    Director: Matt Mahurin

    Three Versions

    Avaliable on "A Year in the Half in the Life of Metallica" Disc 1


    Nothing Else Matters

    Premiere: 1992

    Director: Adam Dubin

    One Version

    Avaliable on "A Year and a Half in the Life of Metallica" Disc 2


    Wherever I May Roam

    Premiere: 1992

    Director: Wayne Isham

    One Version

    Avaliable on "A Year and a Half in the Life of Metallica" Disc 2


    Sad But True

    Premiere: 1992

    Director: Wayne Isham

    One Version

    Avaliable on "A Year and a Half in the Life of Metallica" Disc 2


    Whiplash

    Premiere: 1993

    Director: Wayne Isham

    One Version


    Welcome Home (Sanitarium)

    Premiere: 1993

    Director: Wayne Isham

    One Version


    For Whom the Bell Tolls

    Premiere: 1993

    Director: Michael Salomon

    One Version


    Fade to Black

    Premiere: 1993

    Director: Michael Salomon & Wayne Isham

    Two Versions


    Until It Sleeps

    Premiere: 1996

    Director: Samuel Bayer

    One Version


    Hero of the Day

    Premiere: 1996

    Director: Anton Corbijn

    One Version

    Avaliable on "Hero of the Dya/Mama Said" DVD/VHS (Australia)


    Mama Said

    Premiere: 1996

    Director: Anton Corbijn

    One Version

    Avaliable on "Hero of the Day/Mama Said" DVD/VHS (Australia)


    King Nothing

    Premiere: 1997

    Director: Matt Mahurin

    One Version


    The Memory Remains

    Premiere: 1997

    Director" Paul Andresen

    One Version


    The Unforgiven II

    Premiere: 1998

    Director: Matt Mahurin

    One Version


    Fuel

    Premiere: 1998

    Director: Wayne Isham

    One Version

    Avaliable on "Turn the Page" single(Australia)


    Turn the Page

    Premiere: 1998

    Diected: Jonas Akerland

    Two Versions

    Avaliable on "Die, Die My Darling" single


    Whiskey in the Jar

    Premiere: 1999

    Director: Jonas Aklerland

    One Version

    Avaliable on "Die, Die My Darling" single


    Die, Die My Darling

    Premiere: 1999

    Director: (Concert Footage)

    One Version


    No Leaf Clover

    Premiere: 1999

    Director: Wayne Isham

    One Version

    Avaliable on "No Leaf Clover" single


    Nothing Else Matters

    Premiere: 1999

    Director: WAyne Isham

    One Version

    Avaliable on "Nothing Else Matters" single


    I Disappear

    Premiere: 2000

    Director: Wayne Isham

    One Version


    St. Anger

    Premiere: 2003

    Director: Wayne Isham

    One Version


    Frantic

    Premiere: 2003

    Director: Wayne Isham

    One Version

    Avaliable on "St. Anger" single


    The Unnamed Feeling

    Premiere: ____

    Director: The Malloy Brothers

    One Version

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    The Others

    (Links)

    Many other websites about Metallica that you can visit to get additional information/media/products.


    Official Site

    www.metallica.com

    Official Tour Site

    www.metontour.com

    The #1 Source for Anything Metallica

    www.themetsource.com

    A Comprehensive Metallica Web Site

    www.allmetallica.com

    Complete Metallica Encyclopedia

    www.encycmet.com

    Site to Keep Fans Up to Date on the Metallica World

    www.metxxxpage.com

    One of the Web's Largest Fan Sites

    www.metallicaworld.co.uk

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