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Released in conjunction with the behind-the-scenes documentary chronicling the metal titans' regrouping -- and subsequent group therapy sessions -- this eight-song EP provides something of a snapshot of Metallica as both a live and studio animal. The latter aspect is evidenced in two versions of the title track, one culled from St. Anger and a shorter, more direct edit that hones the song's energy to a much sharper point. The six live cuts, taken from a June 2003 show, span the band's two-decade career and show their ability to revisit the unvarnished intensity that imbued the earliest days -- particularly on a take-no-prisoners "Ride the Lightning." While the band ...
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Barnes & Noble - David Sprague
Released in conjunction with the behind-the-scenes documentary chronicling the metal titans' regrouping -- and subsequent group therapy sessions -- this eight-song EP provides something of a snapshot of Metallica as both a live and studio animal. The latter aspect is evidenced in two versions of the title track, one culled from St. Anger and a shorter, more direct edit that hones the song's energy to a much sharper point. The six live cuts, taken from a June 2003 show, span the band's two-decade career and show their ability to revisit the unvarnished intensity that imbued the earliest days -- particularly on a take-no-prisoners "Ride the Lightning." While the band don't add anything particularly new to the mix, on songs like "Motorbreath" and "Leper Messiah," James Hetfield exudes a palpable fury that's truly bracing. The enhanced disc also features a video for "Some Kind of Monster." Proof positive that there's life in the ol' Monster yet.
All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Metallica intended to sell their 2003 comeback album, St. Anger, with a series of infomercials by Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky, directors of the acclaimed documentaries Brother's Keeper and Paradise Lost. Bizarre as that failed plan sounds, what's even more bizarre is that those infomercials morphed into the feature-length film Some Kind of Monster its title taken from an album track on St. Anger, which documented the making of St. Anger, including the group therapy sessions that helped the band pull back from the brink of breakup. All movies need a soundtrack, so one was cobbled together to coincide with the release of the movie, hence the birth of Some Kind of Monster, the EP. Barring an edit of the title track, there is absolutely no new material here: it opens with the full-length version of the title track, then delves into six live tracks recorded on June 11, 2003, in Paris, France. All six of these live tracks were on the international EP release Unnamed Feeling, as well as B-sides for a multi-part international single of the same name.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/13/2004
  • Label: Elektra / Wea
  • UPC: 093624883821
  • Catalog Number: 48838

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Some Kind of Monster
  2. 2 The Four Horsemen
  3. 3 Damage, Inc.
  4. 4 Leper Messiah
  5. 5 Motorbreath
  6. 6 Ride the Lightning
  7. 7 Hit the Lights
  8. 8 Some Kind of Monster
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Metallica Primary Artist
Technical Credits
Metallica Producer
Kirk Hammett Composer
James Hetfield Composer
Ted Jensen Mastering
George Marino Mastering
Dave Mustaine Composer
Bob Rock Composer, Producer, Engineer, Remixing
Randy Staub Remixing
Lars Ulrich Composer
Cliff Burton Composer
Matt Mahurin Illustrations
Mike Gillies Engineer
Vlado Meller Mastering
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  • Posted January 3, 2012

    BY FAR THEIR COOLEST EFFORT

    Maybe it was the intense Paris heat these four felt recording the live
    majority of this album that brings it the unparallelled(for Metallica}
    quality of INNER PEACE,which makes it worth listening to over and over.

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