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S and M

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Category: Symphonic Metal

Year: 1999

Label: Elektra Entertainment

Catalog Number: 62504-2

Average Rating: 78 / 100 (2 ratings)

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Metallica S and M Album Cover

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

Michael Kamen conductor
The San Francisco symphony

All tracks are live.
Disc 1
1.  The Ecstasy of Gold live  2:30  Cover: Ennio Morricone
2.  The Call of Ktulu live  9:34
3.  Master of Puppets live  8:55
4.  Of Wolf and Man live  4:19
5.  The Thing That Should Not Be live  7:27
6.  Fuel live  4:36
7.  The Memory Remains live  4:42
8.  No Leaf Clover live  5:43
9.  Hero of the Day live  4:45
10.  Devil's Dance live  5:26
11.  Bleeding Me live  9:01
Total Running Time:  66:58

Disc 2
12.  Nothing Else Matters live  6:47
13.  Until It Sleeps live  4:30
14.  For Whom the Bell Tolls live  4:52
15.  - Human live  4:20
16.  Wherever I May Roam live  7:02
17.  The Outlaw Torn live  9:59
18.  Sad but True live  5:46
19.  One live  7:53
20.  Enter Sandman live  7:39
21.  Battery live  7:25
Total Running Time:  66:13

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Metalhead66 Date: November 18, 2004 at 16:13
Has any abody listened to this.....

From: Greg Date: January 24, 2005 at 14:00
I have it, picked it up for $6 at a garage sale, not bad, I guess, I woudl not have paid $40 or so whatever they were asking.

From: metallus75 Date: August 4, 2005 at 13:36
The orchestral parts don't fit much with the band, who haven't rearranged any songs. The result(except for a few songs) is not good. 4/10

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 24, 2014 at 19:59
This is the first Metallica release I DIDN'T buy. I was intrigued by And Justice For All, loved the Black Album, then went back and discovvered the genius of the first three albums. I even gave Load and ReLoad every chance. But, with the decade drawing to a close, Metallica sounded old and out of touch. I couldn't do it. I just couldn'tfind it in me. I put it on my Christmas list, halfheartedly, and when I didn't get it, wasn't too disappointed. I ended up hearing it when I got back to college after the holidays, and what I heard didn't impress me.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 24, 2014 at 20:10
So, it's Metallica with an orchestra. The best moment is the opening pair "The Ecstasy Of Gold/TheCall Of Chthulu," or however the fuck you spell it. Thrashy songs like "Master Of Puppets" suck, and the already uncharacteristic songs off Load don't get any better. The two new songs are nothing special whatsoever. The orchestra just kinda clangs and whistles and chirps along in the background, while the band themselves sound far less energetic and inspired than they did on Binge And Purge. This was the first time I finally realized Metallica were no longer the band I worshipped at the beginning of the decade. I wonder if people felt the same way twenty years ago listening to In Through The Out Door or Dynasty.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: June 17, 2016 at 17:40
Only a few HM bands have performed along with an orchestra and Metallica was one of those acts that have dared to do so ...interesting to say the least...tracks 3,6,7,10,14,16,18,19,20 & 21 are fine with me...87/100

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