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Catalog Number: 62299-2
James Hetfield vocals, guitar|
Kirk Hammett guitar
Cliff Burton bass
Jason Newsted bass
Lars Ulrich drums
Jerry Cantrell guitar
Les Claypool bass, vocals
Pepper Keenan guitar, vocals
Sean Kinney drums
Jim Martin guitar
John Popper harmonica
Gary Rossington guitar
|1. ||Free Speech for the Dumb ||2:35|| ||Cover: Discharge|
|2. ||It's Electric ||3:33|| ||Cover: Diamond Head|
|3. ||Sabbra Cadabra ||6:20|| ||Cover: Black Sabbath|
|4. ||Turn the Page ||6:06|| ||Cover: Bob Seger|
|5. ||Die, Die My Darling ||2:26|| ||Cover: Misfits|
|6. ||Loverman ||7:52|| ||Cover: Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds|
|7. ||Mercyful Fate ||11:10|| ||Cover: Mercyful Fate|
|8. ||Astronomy ||6:37|| ||Cover: Blue Öyster Cult|
|9. ||Whiskey in the Jar ||5:04|| ||Cover: Thin Lizzy|
|10. ||Tuesday's Gone ||9:03|| ||Cover: Lynyrd Skynyrd|
|11. ||The More I See ||4:48|| ||Cover: Discharge|
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|Total Running Time:  ||65:34|
|12. ||Helpless ||6:36|| ||Cover: Diamond Head|
|13. ||The Small Hours ||6:40|| ||Cover: Holocaust|
|14. ||The Wait ||4:52|| ||Cover: Killing Joke|
|15. ||Crash Course in Brain Surgery ||3:08|| ||Cover: Budgie|
|16. ||Last Caress / Green Hell ||3:29|| ||Cover: Misfits|
|17. ||Am I Evil ||7:50|| ||Cover: Diamond Head|
|18. ||Blitzkrlitzkriegieg ||3:36|| ||Cover: Bd|
|19. ||Breadfan ||5:41|| ||Cover: Budgie|
|20. ||The Prince ||4:24|| ||Cover: Diamond Head|
|21. ||Stone Cold Crazy ||2:17|| ||Cover: Queen|
|22. ||So What? ||3:08|| ||Cover: Anti-Nowhere League|
|23. ||Killing Time ||3:03|| ||Cover: Sweet Savage|
|24. ||Overkill ||4:04|| ||Cover: Motörhead|
|25. ||Damage Case ||3:40|| ||Cover: Motörhead|
|26. ||Stone Dead Forever ||4:51|| ||Cover: Motörhead|
|27. ||Too Late Too Late ||3:12|| ||Cover: Motörhead|
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|Total Running Time:|| 70:31|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: June 30, 2004 at 12:58|
|This album smokes!!!The first disc has a raw sound and their are some heavy times on it, especially the Mercyful fate smedly, IMO one of the better songs they have done in the last 10 years. But the second disc is wicked awesome, so many hard hittting covers on it you cant go wrong with it, a must grab for metal and Metallica fans.
|From: Carpet Muncher
||Date: July 2, 2004 at 5:43|
|Metallica run out of ideas and rehash some ncient recordings of songs they didn't write. Add to this some new songs they didn't write and hey presto a few more million $ in the bank. Sabbra Caddabrs, Turn the Page and Whiskey in the Jar are grwat-the rest? Just treading water
||Date: July 3, 2004 at 19:14|
|Awesome album. It's great to hear old NWOBHM and Classic Metal tunes finally being heard again. Metallica are a great cover band and on this album they manage to keep a raw sound that they were known for way back in the day.
|From: Big Papa K
||Date: July 7, 2004 at 22:09|
|This is a fantastic album and probably the best cover album out there. The first cd is half good (Whiskey In The Jar) and half bad (Tuesday's Gone), but the second disc smokes. Great to hear those NWOBHM and punk covers. 9/10 (mostly for the second disc)
||Date: August 9, 2004 at 22:15|
|Even though he doesnt like to show off anymore and is sick of playing the 'traditional metal solo' Kirk Hammett wails on this album. The Mercyful Fate medley solos are just so friggin energetic and intense. Combined with the raw sound and some other covers on the album it shows the guy sare out having fun and playing some classic NWOBHM.
||Date: August 17, 2004 at 5:02|
|Where's all the other later release of metallica?
||Date: August 17, 2004 at 17:04|
|Nothing's stopping you from submitting them, Jack, if you want them added.
||Date: August 26, 2004 at 22:16|
|metalica is god
|From: jason (FA-Q)
||Date: August 28, 2004 at 23:32|
|Got it.... Like it.... Old school, ya know?.....
|From: holy metal
||Date: September 5, 2004 at 5:09|
|We understand these cover album beacause metallica is one of the best covers metal bands of the world: its electric, sabbra cadabra, mercyful fate medley and the second disc are awesome cover material; good album of metallica to get out of the load and reload era.
||Date: February 7, 2005 at 22:35|
||Date: June 20, 2005 at 14:46|
|Metallica didnt run out of any ideas. For years fans begged Metallica to put out all the covers they did with the 1st 2 Garage Days albums, So they decided to do that and make another album of new covers. I would personally love to see them make an album of all DiamondHead covers, With James and Kirk just ripping away like they have in the other DiamondHead covers.
||Date: May 19, 2006 at 13:38|
|...Perhaps in the future these idiots will think twice before f''king butchering classic "Mercyful fate" material (especially the vox).
|From: juan carlos
||Date: December 13, 2006 at 16:35|
|Sin dudas prefiero el segundo disco. El primero está en algo nada extraordinario. Para fanáticos de Metallica antes del cambio. 8/10
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: October 24, 2014 at 19:45|
|Lars promised on Rockline in '96 that, within a couple years, all the rare B-sides and cover songs would be available on one disc. Sounded good to me. Radio stations like L.A.'s KNACand Baltimore's Rock 103 did Mantdatory Metallica in the early '90's, back when a nightly block of that band's music was still something special, like the Gen X version of the ubiquitous "Get The Led Out" on stodgy AOR radio, and songs like "Am I Evil," "Breadfan" and "Helpless" were always big favorites, but were tough to find. So in that regard, Disc Two of Garage Inc. was a godsend. Disc One? It had its moments, with "It's Electric," "The More I See" and the Mercyful Fate medley.. And I personally always liked their version of "Whiskey In The Jar," which rocked refreshingly hard and old-school in the winter of '98-'99.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: October 24, 2014 at 19:49|
|But then you had the plodding, lifeless songs that sounded like Load leftovers. In that category, we have the godawful Skynyrd, Nick Cave and Bob Seger songs--clear signs that Metallica just do not do anything well outside of metal.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: December 15, 2017 at 19:10|
|A very cool cover album by the nowadays extremely commercial "metal" act Metallica...my fave ones are # 1,2,5,7,9,11(from disc 1) and 12,13,15,16,17,18,20,22,23 & 26.Enjoyable stuff in you are into this kind of releases.90/100
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