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Metallica - Going Into Battle mp3 track

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Performer: Metallica
Title: Going Into Battle
Country: Europe
Style: Heavy Metal
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.9 ✦
Other format: ADX AU MP1 MMF XM MOD WAV

Tracklist

1 Hit The Lights
2 The Mechanix
3 Phantom Lord
4 Jump In The Fire
5 Motorbreath
6 No Remorse
7 Seek And Destroy
8 Metal Militia
9 Hit The Lights
10 The Mechanix
11 Motorbreath
12 Jump In The Fire
13 Seek And Destroy
14 Phantom Lord
15 Na Na Na Na

Notes

Tracks 1-8 recorded live from the soundboard at the "Metal Monday" Showcase, Old Waldorf, San Francisco, 18th October 1982. Includes the first ever performance of "No Remorse".
Tracks 9-12 Pre "Metal Massacre" demo tape recorded in Los Angeles, April 1982.
Tracks 13-15 Tour rehearsals recorded in San Francisco, July 1983. (Line up now includes Cliff Burton on Bass and Kirk Hammet on Lead).

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 1 000732 882836
  • Barcode (String): 1000732882836
  • Matrix / Runout: MET CD 0501
  • Rights Society: GEMA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MS500 Metallica Night Of The Rivvit-Heads ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial) Mastersound MS500 Europe Unknown
MS500 Metallica Night Of The Rivvit-Heads ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial, Cd ) Mastersound MS500 Europe Unknown
MS500 Metallica Night Of The Rivvit-Heads ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial, Dis) Mastersound MS500 Europe Unknown
METCD0501 Metallica Obsession-1982/83 ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial, Dig) Judah Records METCD0501 Italy 2010
none Metallica Obsession 1982 / 83 ‎(CDr, Comp, Unofficial) Judah Records none Unknown

Album Name Going Into Battle. Data de aparición 2000. Labels Ningun label conocida. Estilo MusicalThrash Metal. Miembros poseen este álbum2. Tracks 1-8 Recorded Live From The The Metal Monday Showcase, Old Waldorf, San Francisco, 18th October 1982.

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