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Post  misery guts on Fri Nov 13, 2020 8:12 am

I was sure I'd already done these guys. Still, for their long career in music and therapy, they deserve their due. Here's a few of theirs, even some not from the Black album:

Master of Puppets (live)

The Unforgiven

Wherever I May Roam

Nothing Else Matters

The Unforgiven II (live)

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Post  misery guts on Fri Nov 13, 2020 8:41 am

Metallica: Up Close & Personal
Intriguingly told solely from archive of the band, rather than helpful fans. So this mainly boiled down to Hetfield and Ulrich. Oddly, the story went from the 90s, back to the 80s, then on to the 00s. Their occasional experimentation, whether in the name of publicity or not, has put them in a different level to most of their peers.

Metallica: The Halcyon Days
Three hours or so covering their story from their 80s successes, the stratospheric success of their 1991 self-titled record, and how it catapulted them to a place that didn't entirely suit them, let alone please their old fans.
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Post  misery guts on Fri Nov 13, 2020 9:00 am

Metallica @ Reading 2015
From their headline spot on Aug 29, they delivered over 2 hours of stuff, much of which I knew for once. The band seemed thrilled to be there, and even delivered a great encore, too.

Metallica: Through The Never
Complicated concert film from 2013, wherein the lads perform a lengthy set, whilst inbetween there's a plot involving a runner sent out into the city streets with a simple mission of recovery, but who stumbles from one nightmare to another after his vehicle is crashed into by another. Good gig, anyway.
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Post  misery guts on Fri Nov 13, 2020 9:43 am

Brian Johnson's A Life on the Road: Lars Ulrich
At Metallica's studio base in the San Rafael district of San Francisco, Brian and Lars talk briefly about their early years, then the spectacle of their warm-up gigs with both bands in the summer of 1991, before Metallica took to their mammoth "Wherever I May Roam" world tour, which extended to 1993. Manager Peter Mensch also chipped in, where the inclusion of private planes enabled more gigs to be added, as the global circuit extended to bigger shows in places they'd already played. Also how picking a town to use as a base between gigs made travelling slightly less terminal. The struggle to adjust to real life timing after the tour was also mentioned.
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Post  misery guts on Fri Nov 13, 2020 9:45 am

S&M2 - Metallica and San Francisco Symphony - Together Again Live
From a couple of nights in September 2019, marking the 20th anniversary of their collaboration with the late Michael Kamen. Edwin Outwater conducted this time. A fun show, which they all clearly enjoyed.
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