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Metallic Assault: A Tribute to Metallica
     

Metallic Assault: A Tribute to Metallica

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Product Details

Release Date:
02/13/2001
Label:
Big Eye Music
UPC:
0666496405028
catalogNumber:
4050
Rank:
119214

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Mickey Dee   Drums
Aynsley Dunbar   Drums
Tommy Aldridge   Drums
Vinny Appice   Drums
Jimmy Bain   Bass
Frankie Banali   Drums
Burton C. Bell   Vocals,Track Performer
Joey Belladonna   Track Performer
Gregg Bissonette   Drums
Eric Bloom   Vocals
Jason Bonham   Drums
John Christ   Guitar
Whitfield Crane   Vocals
David Glen Eisley   Background Vocals
Tony Franklin   Bass
John Garcia   Vocals
Scott Ian   Rhythm Guitar
Bob Kulick   Guitar
Bruce Kulick   Track Performer
Jake E. Lee   Guitar,Track Performer
Tony Levin   Bass
Dave Lombardo   Drums
Jeff Pilson   Bass
Doug Pinnick   Vocals
Pitrelli   Guitar
Vernon Reid   Guitar
Doug Aldrich   Guitar
Chuck Billy   Track Performer
Kurdt Vanderhoof   Guitar
Billy Milano   Vocals
Robert Trujillo   Bass
Mike Clark   Guitar
John Oliva   Vocals
John Marshall   Guitar
Marco Mendoza   Bass
P. Taylor   Keyboards
Bob Balch   Guitar
Lemmy Kilmister   Bass
Phil Soussan   Bass

Technical Credits

Bruce Bouillet   Producer,Engineer
Kirk Hammett   Composer
Bob Kulick   Producer
Dave Whitman   Engineer
Phil York   Engineer
Jamie Lamm   Engineer

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Metallic Assault: A Tribute to Metallica 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A really strong album, and probably the best Metallica tribute ever recorded (there has been a few...). This time the songs are executed by great musicians, and many of them are doing a superb job. For example, the cover of "Nothing else matters" is just as lilting as the original version! And "Enter Sandman" sounds great with Tommy Aldridge behind the drums. Unfortunately, there are no songs from the "Justice"-album covered here. Nevertheless, it is highly recommended.