Seattle 89: Vol. 1

LP12 Double Vinil (Coloured)

Available from 15/01/2021

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DELUXE VINYL EDITION!!!
Metallica - Seattle '89 Vol.1
Metallica’s 1988 album …And Justice For All - their first to break into the Billboard Top 10, peaking at No. 6 - still remains the band’s biggest-seller. Having to date shifted eight million copies in the U.S. alone, the record also earned the thrash metal heroes their debut Grammy award. Containing as it does a number of absolute classics, including hit single ‘One’, this enduring masterwork is still the favourite out of all of Metallica’s releases for many, many fans. To capitalise on the LP’s success, in the wake of its release the band embarked on the mammoth Damaged Justice tour, playing a staggering 219 shows across five continents from 11th September ‘88 to 8th October ’89. Many of the performances given during this jaunt remain among the finest Metallica shows ever performed. Notably, their appearance at The Seattle Center Coliseum on 30th August 1989, a show recorded for live FM broadcast across the U.S., is now available in exceptional audio quality on this two instalment vinyl set. 
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Metallica - Seattle '89 Vol.1 
Recorded at the The Seattle Center Coliseum on 30th August 1989. 
To capitalise on the recent success of "And Justice for All" the band embarked on the mammoth Damaged Justice tour. 
Many of the performances given during this jaunt remain among the finest Metallica shows ever performed. 
FANTASTIC 140 GRAM VINYL. 
BLACK VINYL - DET002. 
LIMITED EDITION CLEAR VINYL - DET002LTD. 
Full servicing to all relevant media. 
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TRACKLIST
SIDE A
1.The Ecstasy Of Gold / Blackened 
2.For Whom The Bell Tolls 
SIDE B
3.Welcome Home 
4.Harvester Of Sorrow 
5.The Four Horsemen 
SIDE C
6.The Thing That Should Not Be 
7.Bass Solo  
8.To Live Is To Die  
SIDE D
9.Master Of Puppets  
10.Fade To Black

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