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Sad But True - Metallica - Face The Music (CD)

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  1. Rare Metallica CD single import from Germany, released in There are two versions of this single, you will want the one that has the following tracks: Sad But True (CD2) 1)Sad But True (Original Studio Version) 2)Nothing Else Matters (Elevator Version)This is basically a stripped down (but not quite acoustic) version/5(7).
  2. This is the more faded looking single for Sad But True. It features Sad But True, So What, and a great live version of Harvester Of Sorrow from the legendary Moscow show 9/28/ This is NOT the CD with the elevator version of Nothing Else Matters. That is the single with the darker cover and you can actually see the snake eating at the Metallica logo.5/5(2).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Sad But True on Discogs.
  4. From the album METALLICA. Comes in Cardboard Sleeve. CD lists 'Nothing Else Matters' as the edit version, but plays the album version. CD variants: with or without Vertigo swirl design on face/5(10).
  5. HARVESTER OF SORROW (LIVE), CREEPING DEATH (LIVE) and SAD BUT TRUE (LIVE) Recorded live on September 28, at Tushino Airfield in Moscow, Russia Recorded by Fleetwood Mobiles Mixed by Randy Staub. Note: SAD BUT TRUE (LIVE) was incorrectly labeled on vinyl & CD as being recorded live at A Day on the Green in Oakland, CA. The recording was Missing: Face The Music.
  6. May 11,  · Metallica, like most of the music industry right now, is off the road. To help fans pass the time, they are introducing #MetallicaMondays on their YouTube and .
  7. Mar 05,  · Facts about “Sad But True” This track is from Metallica’s fifth album, which is named after the band. And it was released by Elektra Records as part of “Metallica” on 12 August
  8. Sad But True by Metallica song meaning, lyric interpretation, video and chart position Album: Metallica That music has been around from the late 70's to early 80's. Yes both of bands where influenced by Black Metal bands. Hell ever Thrash Band that came out in the 80's was influenced by Black Metal. This has been a music fact for your ass!

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