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Garage Inc.

Metallica

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
November 24th, 1998
Catalog ID:
538 351-2
Label:
Vertigo Records
Format:
2CD
Reviews:
9 reviews (avg. 68%)
Disc 1
1. Free Speech for the Dumb (Discharge cover) 02:35   Show lyrics
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2. It's Electric (Diamond Head cover) 03:33   Show lyrics
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3. Sabbra Cadabra (Black Sabbath cover) 06:20   Show lyrics
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4. Turn the Page (Bob Seger cover) 06:06   Show lyrics
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5. Die, Die My Darling (Misfits cover) 02:26   Show lyrics
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6. Loverman (Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds cover) 07:52   Show lyrics
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7. Mercyful Fate (Mercyful Fate cover) 11:10   Show lyrics
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8. Astronomy (Blue Öyster Cult cover) 06:37   Show lyrics
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9. Whiskey in the Jar (Thin Lizzy cover) 05:04   Show lyrics
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10. Tuesday's Gone (Lynyrd Skynyrd cover) 09:03   Show lyrics
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11. The More I See (Discharge cover) 04:48   Show lyrics
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Disc 2
1. Helpless (Diamond Head cover) 06:36   Show lyrics
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2. The Small Hours (Holocaust cover) 06:40   Show lyrics
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3. The Wait (Killing Joke cover) 04:52   Show lyrics
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4. Crash Course in Brain Surgery (Budgie cover) 03:08   Show lyrics
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5. Last Caress / Green Hell (Misfits cover) 03:29   Show lyrics
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6. Am I Evil? (Diamond Head cover) 07:50   Show lyrics
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7. Blitzkrieg (Blitzkrieg cover) 03:36   Show lyrics
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8. Breadfan (Budgie cover) 05:41   Show lyrics
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9. The Prince (Diamond Head cover) 04:24   Show lyrics
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10. Stone Cold Crazy (Queen cover) 02:17   Show lyrics
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11. So What (Anti-Nowhere League cover) 03:08   Show lyrics
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12. Killing Time (Sweet Savage cover) 03:03   Show lyrics
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13. Overkill (Motörhead cover) 04:04   Show lyrics
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14. Damage Case (Motörhead cover) 03:40   Show lyrics
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15. Stone Dead Forever (Motörhead cover) 04:51   Show lyrics
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16. Too Late Too Late (Motörhead cover) 03:12   Show lyrics
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Band members
James Hetfield Vocals, Guitars (rhythm)
Kirk Hammett Guitars (lead)
Jason Newsted Bass
Lars Ulrich Drums
Guest/Session
Pepper Keenan Vocals on "Tuesday's Gone"
Jerry Cantrell Guitars on "Tuesday's Gone"
Sean Kinney Percussion on "Tuesday's Gone"
Jim Martin Guitars on "Tuesday's Gone"
John Popper Harmonica on "Tuesday's Gone"
Gary Rossington Guitars (additional) on "Tuesday's Gone"
Les Claypool Banjo on "Tuesday's Gone"
Miscellaneous staff
Bob Rock Producer
Ross Halfin Photography
Mark Leialoha Photography
Andie Airfix Artwork
Anton Corbijn Photography
Flemming Rasmussen Mixing
Toby "Rage" Wright Engineering
Lars Ulrich Producer
James Hetfield Producer
Randy Staub Engineering, Mixing
Brian Dobbs Engineering
Kent Matcke Engineering
Leff Lefferts Engineering
Chris Manning Engineering
Mike Fraser Mixing
George Marino (R.I.P. 2012) Mastering
Csaba "The Hut" Petocz Engineering
Mark Whitake Producer
Jeffrey "Nick" Norman Engineering
Mike Clink Engineering
James Hetfield Vocals, Guitars (rhythm)
Kirk Hammett Guitars (lead)
Jason Newsted Bass
Lars Ulrich Drums
Pepper Keenan Vocals on "Tuesday's Gone"
Jerry Cantrell Guitars on "Tuesday's Gone"
Sean Kinney Percussion on "Tuesday's Gone"
Jim Martin Guitars on "Tuesday's Gone"
John Popper Harmonica on "Tuesday's Gone"
Gary Rossington Guitars (additional) on "Tuesday's Gone"
Les Claypool Banjo on "Tuesday's Gone"
Bob Rock Producer
Ross Halfin Photography
Mark Leialoha Photography
Andie Airfix Artwork
Anton Corbijn Photography
Flemming Rasmussen Mixing
Toby "Rage" Wright Engineering
Lars Ulrich Producer
James Hetfield Producer
Randy Staub Engineering, Mixing
Brian Dobbs Engineering
Kent Matcke Engineering
Leff Lefferts Engineering
Chris Manning Engineering
Mike Fraser Mixing
George Marino (R.I.P. 2012) Mastering
Csaba "The Hut" Petocz Engineering
Mark Whitake Producer
Jeffrey "Nick" Norman Engineering
Mike Clink Engineering
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A collection of cover songs. The songs on disc 1 are newly recorded, while disc 2 is gathered from previous recordings. The album line-up section is the musicians from the newly recorded songs on disc 1.

CREDITS:

DISC 1:

Somewhat produced by Bob Rock with Hetfield & Ulrich
Engineered by Randy Staub
Additional Engineering by Brian Dobbs
Assisted by Kent Matcke, Leff Lefferts, and Chris Manning
Digital Edits by Paul DeCarli and Mike Gillies
Recorded & Mixed at The Plant Studios, (except track 10), Sausalito, California, in September-October 1998
Mixed by Randy Staub and Mixed by Mike Fraser
Mastered by George Marino at Sterling Sound
As always, thanks to all the good people involved at The Plant

"Sabbra Cadabra" also covers part of the Black Sabbath song, "A National Acrobat".
"Mercyful Fate" is a medley of the songs "Satan's Fall", "Curse of the Pharaohs", "A Corpse Without Soul", "Into the Coven", and "Evil".
"Tuesday's Gone" was recorded on December 18th, 1997 during the "Don't Call Us, We'll Call You" radio broadcast on KSJO.
"The More I See" ends at 03:23, and after a period of silence there is a short segment of the Robin Trower song "Bridge of Sighs".

DISC 2:

Tracks 1-5:
Not very produced by Metallica
Engineered by Csaba "The Hut" Petocz
Recorded in Los Angeles, California, in 1987

Tracks 6-7: Produced by Metallica and Mark Whitake
Engineered by Jeffrey "Nick" Norman
Recorded in Sausalito, California, in 1984

Tracks 8-9: Not produced
Engineered by Mike Clink and Toby "Rage" Wright
Rough mix by Flemming Rasmussen
Recorded in Los Angeles, California in 1988

Track 10: Kind of produced by Metallica
Engineered by Toby "Rage" Wright
Recorded in Berkeley, California in 1990

Tracks 11-12: Roughly produced by Bob Rock with Hetfield and Ulrich
Engineered by Randy Staub
Recorded in Los Angeles, California, in 1991

Tracks 13-16: Not Produced
Recorded live direct to two-track at The Plant Studios
in Sausalito, California, in December, 1995

Mixed by Randy Staub
Remastered by George Marino at Sterling Sound

Album Design by Andie Airfix at Satori
Front cover photography and Page 32 of booklet by Anton Corbijn
Back cover photography of original sleeve by Ross Halfin
Additional photography by Ross Halfin and Mark Leialoha
Management by Q Prime, Inc

Released on vinyl in the USA by Elektra Records.

Identifiers:

Barcode: 731453835122

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