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Phantom Lord - Metallica - Cliffs 1st Show (CD)

8 thoughts on “ Phantom Lord - Metallica - Cliffs 1st Show (CD)

  1. Tarr
    One of the things that stick out on Phantom Lord - which, while not the album's best track, is still a good song - is the clean interlude, penned by James, I believe. The interlude seems to be a precursor to songs like "Master of Puppets," in which it starts out heavy, slows down with a clean, moody interlude, and then becomes heavy and fast again.
  2. Kakinos
    They have been using that since (earliest I know of -thanks to Dan- is 3/5/83, Cliff's first gig, and Dave's third to last gig). In a tribute to Ennio Morricone came out which featured a version of "Ecstasy of Gold" performed by Metallica. Metallica first played this version of the song live in Copenhagen on July 28,
  3. Gokree
    New or old, METALLICA IS METALLICA. I enjoy both older and newer Metallica, though I prefer older shit (creeping death, phantom Lord, the good shit) but a band can't simply do the same sound over and over and over again. They have to evolve, adapt to different .
  4. Akim
    Title: CLIFF'S 1ST SHOW Location: The Stone City: SAN FRANCISCO Country: USA Date: Time: Quality: Moyen Reference: CD PRO 16 Producer: Totonka Support: CD .
  5. Kekus
    Disc 1 () Introduction, The Mechanics, Phantom Lord, Jump In The Fire, Motorbreath, No Remorse, Seek & Destroy, (Anesthesia) Pulling Teeth, Whiplash, Am I Evil?, The Prince, Blitzkrieg, Metal Militia. The tape from the Stone in San Fran features Cliff’s first show with the band, it is incomplete missing the first song Hit The Lights, all.
  6. Gojin
    Date of the show is: March 5 Cliff's 1st showcd Heavy and harsh are the ingredients, that make up this exceptional audience recording. A crowd of around people gathered together to witness this event. This Metallica show was also dubbed "The night of the banging head".
  7. Nejora
    mp3 kbps Recorded live at The Stone, San Francisco March 5, Audience 1. Intro 2. The Mechanix 3. P.
  8. Yobar
    The speed and intensity is there from the start but it is “Phantom Lord” that really has the band hitting their stride. Cliff’s bass is overloading the recording and Kirk Hammett plays a blistering solo that blows his equipment and takes him a minute to get back in the .

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