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METALLICA: The Videos 1989-2004 -12/5/06

Metallica: The Videos 1989-2004

Music video compilation on DVD to be released December 4/5, 2006!

We've been getting requests for many years to release all the promotional videos on DVD and it's finally happening! In addition to every video we've ever made, for the first time ever the "2 of One," release (which up until now has only been available on VHS) will be available on DVD. Also included is "Mama Said," which never aired in North America, maybe not even anywhere in the world, and a few little extras such as "The Unforgiven" theatrical version and the "Some Kind Of Monster" film trailer. Plus, all the audio has been re-mixed in 5.1 surround sound.

Look for the DVD at your favorite music store on December 4 in most of the world, December 5 in North America. Keep an eye on the Metallica.com Store for more details on how you can pre-order your copy...coming soon!

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International Release Dates:

Europe: Dec 4th
South America: Dec 4th
Japan: Dec 18th
Australia: Dec 2nd


Here is the track listing:

One 7:41
Enter Sandman 5:28
The Unforgiven 6:21
Nothing Else Matters 6:24
Wherever I May Roam 6:05
Sad But True 5:26
Until It Sleeps 4:32
Hero Of The Day 4:30
Mama Said 4:51
King Nothing 5:26
The Memory Remains 4:37
The Unforgiven II 6:33
Fuel 4:35
Turn The Page 5:49
Whiskey In The Jar 4:43
No Leaf Clover 5:33
I Disappear 4:28
St. Anger 5:50
Frantic 4:55
The Unnamed Feeling 5:29
Some Kind Of Monster 4:28

Bonus
2 Of One - Introduction 5:43
One (Jammin' Version) 5:05
The Unforgiven (Theatrical Version) 11:29
Metallica: Some Kind Of Monster Film Trailer 2:27

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I'm sooo ready for this.
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I wish they made videos of the earlier stuff as I only like about 6 songs on this list.
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Meah. A little too late for me.
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Originally Posted by cdollaz
I wish they made videos of the earlier stuff as I only like about 6 songs on this list.

You'd have to pick up "Cliff 'em All" for anything like early stuff.
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i have no interest past no leaf clover!!!!
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Excellent news. I wonder if they'll be able to put the clips from MI2 in the I Disapear video?
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Originally Posted by zekeburger1979
Excellent news. I wonder if they'll be able to put the clips from MI2 in the I Disapear video?
I don't remember there being any clips from the movie in the video.

I'll have to check it on my M:I 2 DVD.
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Originally Posted by bigjim25
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I don't really care for most of the songs that had videos. More old, live shit or backstage stuff would interest me but I don't really think there's anything beyond Cliff Em All out there.
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I don't remember there being any clips from the movie in the video.

I'll have to check it on my M:I 2 DVD.
I think it's just opening and closing shots of Tom Cruise climbing the cliff.
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Went ahead & sold my Year and A Half DVD to help pay for this. Retail is $19.99 and is ($14.99 at AMAZON)
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I wonder if they mention what it said on the back of the Cliff 'Em All video where they said they would never sell out and make MTV videos

Only song on that list that's any good is One and that was the beginning of the end.
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I wonder if they mention what it said on the back of the Cliff 'Em All video where they said they would never sell out and make MTV videos

Only song on that list that's any good is One and that was the beginning of the end.
Sad But True...
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Originally Posted by porieux
I wonder if they mention what it said on the back of the Cliff 'Em All video where they said they would never sell out and make MTV videos

Only song on that list that's any good is One and that was the beginning of the end.
That's why Cliff 'Em All is all you need. This release does nothing for me.
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Highly agreed. I made the mistake of buying the Cunning Stunts DVD a long time ago b/c it had a bunch of old songs on it. They couldn't even play them right...what an embarrassment.
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International Release Dates:

Europe: Dec 4th
South America: Dec 4th
Japan: Dec 18th
Australia: Dec 2nd
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Finally watched this. Load/Reload songs in 5.1 , I want it in DVD Audio!!!! And the rest also sounded great in 5.1.

First time seeing MAMMA SAID video, at the end of video. Also first time on UNNAMED FEELING, that was cool.

Very happy having this!!!
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Thanks, OP, but I, too will have to pass.
IMO, they completely self destructed after the black album (which, itself was a sign of the end being near)
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Ulrich Discusses History of Videos

Aidin Vaziri of the San Francisco Chronicle recently conducted an interview with METALLICA drummer Lars Ulrich about the group's first-ever collection of all its music videos, called "The Videos 1989-2004". Read on:

Q: You guys were not so into making videos at first. What changed?

Lars: You know what? Nobody wanted to make videos with us. So it wasn't like anybody was going, "Please come make a video for 'Seek and Destroy'. It just didn't seem like we were part of that whole thing in the '80s.

Q: At least no one caught you on film with poofy hair and acid-wash jeans.

Lars: Don't worry. I keep that all locked away in bank vaults around Marin. When I sat down and looked through all this stuff a couple of months ago, somebody asked, "What do you want to call this thing?" I said, "How about '15 Years of Bad Hairstyles'?" Obviously, we were so the antithesis to all those hair metal bands, so maybe our stuff has dated itself a little better. I don't know.

Q: Do you remember the first time you saw METALLICA on TV?

Lars: Yeah. I remember when I saw the first video that we did on "Dial MTV" or something, and it was pretty different from the nine other videos that were on there. So at least we got that part right.

Q: Do you have a favorite clip?

Lars: I would say the "One" video has aged pretty well. It still plays pretty unique, so I'm obviously pretty proud of that.

Q: Is that because you're barely in it?

Lars: That might have something to do with it. It was literally like one of those things where we were in a warehouse in Long Beach for a couple of hours and it was, like, done, and all of a sudden, months later, this whole thing came out of us just standing there.

Q: What else do you like?

Lars: "I Disappear" plays pretty good. At least my 8-year-old thinks so, because Tom Cruise is in it.

Q: Tom Cruise was in a METALLICA video?

Lars: Yeah. They asked if we would write a song for his movie ("Mission: Impossible II"), so I spent a whole day on the set with him in L.A., met John Woo, saw some of the footage and got the whole treatment, which was very cool. But we never interacted with him in the video. That was all cut together.

Q: Exactly how crazy was he at that time?

Lars: Tom Cruise? He's super cool. He instantly makes you feel like you've known him his entire life. He has that effect on you. I've seen him a couple of times since, and he always remembers my name. Good vibes.

Q: How much persuading did it take to get Marianne Faithfull to hang upside down in the video for "The Memory Remains"?

Lars: Surprisingly, not that much. Once we did the song and had 17 glasses of wine, she was good to go. She was into doing the video. She was on "Saturday Night Live" with us. She did a bunch of TV shows in Europe. It was a lot of fun being around her, man, I'm telling you.

Q: Is there anything you would have personally left off?

Lars: Nah. Looking at the list here, I can't say there are any of these videos that are embarrassing to me. There are some that are a little more experimental and some that make you scratch your chin, but I would say most of this stuff has aged better than I thought. Other than a few somewhat ridiculous haircuts, I'm pretty proud of this collection. I'm getting all misty-eyed.


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