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|1.||Enter Sandman||05:31||Show lyrics|
|2.||Sad but True||05:24||Show lyrics|
|3.||Holier Than Thou||03:47||Show lyrics|
|4.||The Unforgiven||06:26||Show lyrics|
|5.||Wherever I May Roam||06:44||Show lyrics|
|6.||Don't Tread on Me||04:00||Show lyrics|
|7.||Through the Never||04:03||Show lyrics|
|8.||Nothing Else Matters||06:28||Show lyrics|
|9.||Of Wolf and Man||04:16||Show lyrics|
|10.||The God That Failed||05:08||Show lyrics|
|11.||My Friend of Misery||06:47||Show lyrics|
|12.||The Struggle Within||03:54||Show lyrics|
|James Hetfield||Vocals, Guitars (rhythm), Guitars (lead on "Nothing Else Matters")|
|Jason Newsted||Bass, Vocals (backing)|
|Kirk Hammett||Guitars (lead)|
|Michael Kamen (R.I.P. 2003)||Orchestral arrangement|
|Don Brautigam (R.I.P. 2008)||Cover illustration|
|George Marino (R.I.P. 2012)||Mastering|
|Mike Tacci||Engineering (assistant)|
|Chugging groove metal meets...||40%||kluseba||September 24th, 2014|
|Hey, it could be worse...||72%||Brainded Binky||July 3rd, 2014|
|This is the end||23%||Metal_Thrasher90||May 28th, 2014|
|Hoo boy...||70%||SirMetalGinger||March 21st, 2013|
|A landmark in heavy music||90%||MetalSupremacy||January 24th, 2012|
|Metallica - Metallica||95%||Orbitball||July 30th, 2011|
|My body lie, but still I roam||80%||extremesymphony||March 13th, 2011|
|One of the best Metallica...||94%||Metallideath||November 25th, 2010|
|Fade To Black||53%||televiper11||August 11th, 2010|
|Metallica Evolution||83%||MetalMasterBlaster||February 16th, 2008|
|Free speech for the dumb||90%||TheKidSolano||January 25th, 2008|
|"Open mind for a different...||77%||PriestofSadWings||February 6th, 2007|
|...I would call it a...||95%||abatzkon||January 16th, 2007|
|A sellout, but undeniably...||70%||caspian||November 26th, 2006|
|Bringing The Heaviest Metal...||80%||Erin_Fox||October 28th, 2006|
|The Last Great Metallica...||86%||erickg13||October 20th, 2006|
|Polished, Refined, yet...||69%||hells_unicorn||September 12th, 2006|
|It Blackened Their Career!||67%||Fatal_Metal||November 8th, 2005|
|Another Paradigm Shift||75%||OlympicSharpshooter||January 2nd, 2004|
|Hey, this is pretty catchy.||69%||Nightcrawler||February 24th, 2003|
|Not a thrash album, but a...||92%||skolnick||February 10th, 2003|
|Where the shit hit the fans||42%||UltraBoris||August 3rd, 2002|
Catalog number appears with "9" on the spines, on the CD itself without "9"
A.k.a. "The Black Album". The album cover is simple with the logo on the upper left hand corner and a snake on the bottom right hand corner. The reason for this cover is basically for people to just get into the music without examining what the symbolism behind the cover represents. Metallica just wanted people to appreciate the music, not the CD contents.
This album introduced a significant change in Metallica sound, losing most of the thrash element which defined the band's previous output and replacing the complex structures with a more streamlined, accessible approach.
Michael Kamen composed the symphonic parts in "Nothing Else Matters".
The Japanese edition includes the following bonus track: So What (Anti-Nowhere League cover) (3:09).
Video clips were made for "Enter Sandman," "Sad but True," "The Unforgiven," "Wherever I May Roam," and "Nothing Else Matters".
A "Classic Albums" documentary has been made for "The Black Album", chronicling its inception, recording process and legacy. It includes several anecdotes and reconstructions pertaining to the songs included (or not) on the album.
Recorded at One On One Recording, Los Angeles, October '90 - June '91.
Barcode: 0 7559-61113-2 4
Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): 2 61113-2 SRC=01 M3S6