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|1.||Helpless (Diamond Head cover)||06:36||Show lyrics|
|2.||The Small Hours (Holocaust cover)||06:39||Show lyrics|
|3.||The Wait (Killing Joke cover)||04:55||Show lyrics|
|4.||Crash Course in Brain Surgery (Budgie cover)||03:10||Show lyrics|
|5.||Last Caress/Green Hell (Misfits cover)||03:28||Show lyrics|
|James Hetfield||Vocals, Guitars (rhythm)|
|Kirk Hammett||Guitars (lead)|
|Peter Mensch||Cover Concept|
|Marnie Riley||Engineering (assistant)|
|Greg Dennen||Engineering (assistant)|
|Csaba "The Hut" Petocz||Engineering|
|A hidden gem from an...||95%||cravingforvenom||February 16th, 2011|
|Metallica Raw Live And...||90%||brocashelm||April 21st, 2006|
|Newsted's Trial Run||85%||OlympicSharpshooter||January 1st, 2004|
|Metallica at their peak||95%||langstondrive||November 9th, 2003|
|Always something about the...||84%||raZe||October 21st, 2003|
EP of cover songs to "break-in" new member Jason Newsted.
The back cover (or CD booklet) bears the (non)credit "Not Very Produced by Metallica".
Originally titled The $5.98 EP (for the vinyl version), then later The $9.98 CD.
The Garage Days Re-Revisited (sub)title is a reference to side B of the Creeping Death single.
The Paralex song "White Lightning" was also to be recorded, but later dropped.
Some versions omit "The Wait".
After "Last Caress/Green Hell" has ended, there are a few seconds of Metallica covering, deliberately out of key, the intro to Iron Maiden's "Run to the Hills", then it's faded out.
Long-out of print, it is considered a collector's item.
Eleven years after its release, all five tracks were included on the double-album Garage Inc. (along with numerous other covers the band had recorded over the years, and some specially recorded for that release).
Recorded and mixed at A&M, & Conway, Los Angeles.