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Live Shit: Binge And Purge

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Category: Speed/Thrash

Year: 1993

Label: Elektra Entertainment

Catalog Number: 61594-2

Average Rating: 93 / 100 (4 ratings)

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Metallica Live Shit: Binge And Purge Album Cover

Personnel
James Hetfield vocals, guitar
Kirk Hammett guitar
Jason Newsted bass
Lars Ulrich drums

Box set includes 3 CDs, 2 DVDs, 72 page photo booklet, Metallica snakepit pass, & stencil of the scary guy logo.
Tracks
Disc 1
1.  Enter Sandman live  7:27
2.  Creeping Death live  7:28
3.  Harvester of Sorrow live  7:18
4.  Welcome Home live  6:39
5.  Sad But True live  6:07
6.  Of Wolf and Man live  6:22
7.  The Unforgiven live  6:48
8.  Justice Medley: Eye of the Beholder / Blackened / The Frayed Ends Of Sanity / ...And Justice For All / Blackened live  9:38
9.  Solos (Bass/Guitar) live  18:48
  
Total Running Time:  76:35

Disc 2
10.  Through the Never live  3:46
11.  For Whom the Bell Tolls live  5:48
12.  Fade to Black live  7:12
13.  Master of Puppets live  4:35
14.  Seek & Destroy live  18:08
15.  Whiplash live  5:33
  
Total Running Time:  45:02

Disc 3
16.  Nothing Else Matters live  6:21
17.  Wherever I May Roam live  6:32
18.  Am I Evil? live  5:41  Cover: Diamond Head
19.  Last Caress live  1:24  Cover: Misfits
20.  One live  10:27
21.  Battery live  10:04
22.  The Four Horsemen live  6:07
23.  Motorbreath live  3:14
24.  Stone Cold Crazy live  5:32  Cover: Queen
  
Total Running Time:  55:22

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Scott Date: November 15, 2004 at 12:22
A bit of overkill for a live CD, but ignoring all the overpriced, box-set crap, the music itself is quite good. The band were at the top of their game here. If any fan doesn't already have this box set, do yourself a favor and save a few bucks and buy the 'specially priced' DVD set rather than the overprives VHS version, unless you enjoy paying $20 more for a book with lots of pictures of the band. Before the DVD version was released, this box set already sold 600,000 copies. OUCH!

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 24, 2014 at 20:22
This came out in November of '93, just in time for Christmas naturally. I was in eighth grade. God, I wanted it so bad! Sooooo fuckin' (what?) bad! Some peoople grumbled about having to share their underground favorites with the rest of the world, but Metallica were at the top of their game in the early '90's, and Binge and Purge is massive proof. Shit, who was even releasing live albums of any consequence in '93? The band is on fire, playing exhausting, long concerts of often demanding material. But what my 13-year-old self didn't realize was that this was the end of an era. What do you do when you've conquered the world? Metallica didn't know either. And thus began two decades of wandering through the wilderness.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 24, 2014 at 20:25
I didn't get it for Christmas, by the way. The list price at the time was $89.95. To my folks, paying that much for one piece of music, even if it was a box set, was utterly outrageous. Hell, it seemed steep to me, too, and all but unattainable as far as what I could save up in anything like a timely fashion.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: August 29, 2015 at 22:54
Metallica showing its guts in here...the band at the highest peak of its career..."Seek & Destroy" is simply brutal in here lml...95/100


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