Metallica: The Ultimate Tribute Album

Metallica: The Ultimate Tribute Album

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Metallica: The Ultimate Tribute Album

The cover art for Metallica: The Ultimate Tribute Album is a black-and-purple mess of desktop publishing, and performance credits aren't included for the ten selections on the back. However, despite Big Deal Records' mishandling of the packaging, their tribute to the veteran metal act is actually pretty solid. Motörhead opens with "Whiplash," Flotsam & Jetsam turn in a nearly note-perfect rendition of "Damage, Inc.," and the interesting pair of Scott Ian and Helmet's Page Hamilton really get into their version of "Motorbreath." Dark Angel doing "Creeping Death" and a reading of "Trapped Under Ice" by Death Angel are other set highlights. There are numerous Metallica tributes on the market, from Die Krupps' industrial fete in 1993 to the electro-pop of 2002's Metalliclash. But while Metallica: The Ultimate Tribute Album doesn't do itself any favors visually, fans should find these versions worthy.

Product Details

Release Date: 08/03/2004
Label: Sin-Drome Records
UPC: 0825005170028
catalogNumber: 1700

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Raymond Burke   Group Member
Doug Aldrich   Guitar
Rob Cavestany   Group Member
Mikkey Dee   Group Member
Gene Hoglan   Group Member
Ron Rinehart   Group Member
Phil Sandoval   Group Member
Phil Campbell   Group Member
Dennis Pepa   Group Member
Andrew Galeon   Group Member
Mark Osegueda   Group Member
Mark Simpson   Group Member
Eddie Carlson   Group Member
Lemmy Kilmister   Group Member
Eric Meyer   Group Member

Technical Credits

Bruce Bouillet   Producer,Engineer
James Hetfield   Composer
Bob Kulick   Producer
Lars Ulrich   Composer
Cliff Burton   Composer
Bob Held   Engineer
Jon Krupp   Engineer
Jeremy Rubolino   Orchestral Arrangements

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Metallica: The Ultimate Tribute Album 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Al_Highland More than 1 year ago
Metallica is amateur enough without having to hear other bands cover these terrible songs.