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S&M (Live)


Download links and information about S&M (Live) by Metallica. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 02:13:01 minutes.

Artist: Metallica
Release date: 1999
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal
Tracks: 21
Duration: 02:13:01
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No. Title Length
1. The Ecstasy of Gold (Live With the SFSO) 2:30
2. The Call of Ktulu (Live With the SFSO) 9:34
3. Master of Puppets (Live With the SFSO) 8:54
4. Of Wolf and Man (Live With the SFSO) 4:18
5. The Thing That Should Not Be (Live With the SFSO) 7:26
6. Fuel (Live With the SFSO) 4:35
7. The Memory Remains (Live With the SFSO) 4:42
8. No Leaf Clover (Live With the SFSO) 5:43
9. Hero of the Day (Live With the SFSO) 4:44
10. Devil's Dance (Live With the SFSO) 5:26
11. Bleeding Me (Live With the SFSO) 9:01
12. Nothing Else Matters (Live With the SFSO) 6:47
13. Until It Sleeps (Live With the SFSO) 4:29
14. For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live With the SFSO) 4:52
15. Human (Live With the SFSO) 4:19
16. Wherever I May Roam (Live With the SFSO) 7:01
17. The Outlaw Torn (Live With the SFSO) 9:58
18. Sad But True (Live With the SFSO) 5:46
19. One (Live With the SFSO) 7:53
20. Enter Sandman (Live With the SFSO) 7:39
21. Battery (Live With the SFSO) 7:24



An abbreviation of Symphony and Metallica, S&M is a live album by Metallica and the San Francisco Symphony, conducted by Michael Kamen and recorded on April 21 and 22, 1999, at the Berkeley Community Theatre. It would be bassist Jason Newsted’s final album with the group. James Hetfield said it had been a dream of late Metallica bassist Cliff Burton to match classical music and heavy metal; he'd been a serious fan of J.S. Bach. S&M also includes specific orchestral parts composed by conductor Michael Kamen. By 1999, Metallica wasn't just a pioneering thrash-metal band but a household name that brought an aggressive style into the mainstream far beyond thrash. Here, a symphony’s grandeur heightens what was already a furious, grand attack. “No Leaf Clover” and “Human” were the new songs, along with “The Ecstasy of Gold,” the Ennio Morricone introductory music being performed live by the symphony. Classic songs like “The Call of Ktulu,” “Master of Puppets,” and “The Thing That Should Not Be” benefit greatly from the expanded roster, as do the more recent tunes “Until It Sleeps” and “Fuel,” which swell with new possibilities.