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Nothing Else Matters

Metallica

Type:
Single
Release date:
April 20th, 1992
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Vertigo Records
Format:
Unknown
Reviews:
1 review (avg. 50%)
1. Nothing Else Matters 06:30   Show lyrics
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2. Enter Sandman (live) 05:26   Show lyrics
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Band members
James Hetfield Vocals, Guitars
Lars Ulrich Drums
Jason Newsted Bass
Kirk Hammett Guitars (lead)
Guest/Session
Michael Kamen (R.I.P. 2003) Orchestral arrangement (Track 1)
Miscellaneous staff
George Marino (R.I.P. 2012) Mastering (Track 1)
Mike Tacci Engineering (Track 1)
Randy Staub Mixing (Track 2), Engineering (Track 1)
Bob Rock Producer (Track 1)
Ross Halfin Photography
James Hetfield Producer (Track 1)
Lars Ulrich Producer (Track 1)
James Hetfield Vocals, Guitars
Lars Ulrich Drums
Jason Newsted Bass
Kirk Hammett Guitars (lead)
Michael Kamen (R.I.P. 2003) Orchestral arrangement (Track 1)
George Marino (R.I.P. 2012) Mastering (Track 1)
Mike Tacci Engineering (Track 1)
Randy Staub Mixing (Track 2), Engineering (Track 1)
Bob Rock Producer (Track 1)
Ross Halfin Photography
James Hetfield Producer (Track 1)
Lars Ulrich Producer (Track 1)
Read Generic and lame 50% Nhorf July 3rd, 2008

US version listed here.

International single (released on 12", CD and picture disc)
1. Nothing Else Matters
2. Enter Sandman (Live)
3. Harvester of Sorrow (Live)
4. Nothing Else Matters (Demo)

From the booklet:
Nothing Else Matters: Produced by Bob Rock with Hetfield & Ulrich.

Enter Sandman: Recorded live September 28, 1991 at Tushino Airfield, Moscow, Russia by Fleetwod Mobiles. Mixed by Randy Staub. Original version available on Metallica.

Harvester of Sorrow: Recorded September 11, 1991 at the Liebenau, Graz, Austria. Original version availabale on ...And Justice for All.
Take a listen to this glorious performance in front of 23.000 people before you begin to think everything is too easy. We usually make the odd mistake here and there individually, but in Graz we hit a new high (or low): This is a song we had played about 275 times before and we just wanted to share this version with all of you. It's off one of those famous soundboard tapes bands record to review their performance - We left out an entire major part of the song... you figure it out!!

Nothing Else Matters (Demo): Obviously not produced. Recorded in Lars' basement August 13, 1990.
Just like all of our previous demos, this was recorded by Lars and James and of all the demos we did, this is probably the closest the demo ended up being to the final album version in terms of arrangement and overall 'togetherness' (minus a 40-piece orchestra).

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