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Sad but True

Metallica

Type:
Single
Release date:
February 8th, 1993
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Vertigo Records
Format:
Unknown
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Band members
James Hetfield Vocals, Guitars (rhythm)
Lars Ulrich Drums
Jason Newsted Bass, Vocals (backing)
Kirk Hammett Guitars (lead)
Miscellaneous staff
Mike Tacci Engineering (Tracks 1, 2)
Bob Rock Producer (Tracks 1, 2)
James Hetfield Producer (Tracks 1, 2)
Lars Ulrich Producer (Tracks 1, 2)
Mark Seliger Photography
Randy Staub Engineering (Tracks 1, 2)
George Marino (R.I.P. 2012) Mastering (Tracks 1, 2)
James Hetfield Vocals, Guitars (rhythm)
Lars Ulrich Drums
Jason Newsted Bass, Vocals (backing)
Kirk Hammett Guitars (lead)
Mike Tacci Engineering (Tracks 1, 2)
Bob Rock Producer (Tracks 1, 2)
James Hetfield Producer (Tracks 1, 2)
Lars Ulrich Producer (Tracks 1, 2)
Mark Seliger Photography
Randy Staub Engineering (Tracks 1, 2)
George Marino (R.I.P. 2012) Mastering (Tracks 1, 2)
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US Single listed here

International single Part 1:
1. Sad But True
2. So What
3. Harvester of Sorrow (Live)

International single Part 2
1. Sad but True
2. Nothing Else Matters (Elevator version)
3. Creeping Death (Live)
4. Sad but True (Demo)

International 7" single:
1. Sad but True
2. Nothing Else Matters (live)
3. Sad but True (live)

So What:
Roughly produced by Bob Rock with Hetfield & Ulrich
Engineer: Randy Staub
Originally released by The Anti-Nowhere League in 1981 as a B-side to the Streets of London single

Nothing Else Matters (Elevator version):
Producer: Bob Rock with Hetfield & Ulrich
Engineer: Randy Staub
Orchestration arranged by Michael Kamen
"One guitar, one voice...
This is how Jaymz originally intended the song to be (sans the chorus and brass band - aka the L.S.O.) - so much for first impressions!!!"

Harvester of Sorrow (live)
Recorded live on September 28, 1991 at Tushino Airfield in Moscow, Russia

Creeping Death (live):
Recorded live on September 28, 1991 at Tushino Airfield in Moscow, Russia

Nothing Else Matters (live):
Recorded live on August 27, 1992 at Aggie Memorial Stadium, Las Cruces, NM
Mixed by Randy Staub
"This is taken from the second show back after Jaymz' barbeque party in Montreal, and is the "vinyl" (?!) debut of Metallica as a five-piece - featuring Jaymz' somewhat permanent guitar stand-by, and the scapegoat for everybody's mistakes, John Marshall.

Sad but True (live):
Recorded live on September 28, 1991 at Tushino Airfield in Moscow, Russia

Sad but True (demo):
Recorded by on August 13, 1990 in Lars' basement
"This is the 5th installment of demo versions we/you wish you had never heard... and guess what? We're all out of clever/stupid liner notes. N.B! Same credits as all the previous crap... i.e. Jaymz - rhythm guitar, "vocals," and guitar "solo." Lars - drums. Kirk & Jason - day off!!!"

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