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The First 30 Years

Metallica

Type:
Single
Release date:
May 14th, 2012
Catalog ID:
SW0030
Version desc.:
Limited edition
Label:
So What! Records
Format:
7" vinyl
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Side A
1. So What (live) (Anti-Nowhere League cover) 04:34   Show lyrics
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Side B
2. Through the Never (live) 03:43   Show lyrics
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Band members
Lars Ulrich Drums
Robert Trujillo Bass, Vocals (backing)
Kirk Hammett Guitars (lead)
James Hetfield Vocals (lead), Guitars (rhythm)
Guest/Session
Animal Vocals (track 1)
Miscellaneous staff
Mike Gillies Recording, Mixing
Jeff Yeager Photography
Chris Bellman Mastering
Kirk Hammett Songwriter of Track 2
James Hetfield Songwriter of Track 2
Lars Ulrich Songwriter of Track 2
Dan Nykolayko Design (Packaging Design)
Lars Ulrich Drums
Robert Trujillo Bass, Vocals (backing)
Kirk Hammett Guitars (lead)
James Hetfield Vocals (lead), Guitars (rhythm)
Animal Vocals (track 1)
Mike Gillies Recording, Mixing
Jeff Yeager Photography
Chris Bellman Mastering
Kirk Hammett Songwriter of Track 2
James Hetfield Songwriter of Track 2
Lars Ulrich Songwriter of Track 2
Dan Nykolayko Design (Packaging Design)
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Exclusive 7-inch vinyl single only available with Metal Hammer & So What! Presents Metallica The 30th Anniversary Event! magazine.

Mastered at Bernie Grundman Mastering.

Songs recorded at The Fillmore Theatre, San Fransisco, CA, on December 9 (track 1) and 10 (track 2) 2011.

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