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Item no. 314523
Gender Unisex
Musical Genre Thrash Metal
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 3-LP
Edition Re-Release
Product topic Bands
Band Metallica
Product type LP
Release date 24/07/2015
"S&M" by Metallica is re-released in a triple LP package on black vinyl.

Metallica, who are known to like experiments, created something extraordinary with their ninth album "S&M". This album was recorded live during two concerts in Berkeley, together with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. Metallica did not restrict themselves to their calm songs, but also played harder songs such as "Hero Of The Day" or "Master Of Puppets". The name "S&M" refers to the abbreviation of sadomasochism. Within the album, the letters represent Metallica and the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. This is also depicted on the album cover, in which the S represents a mirrored treble clef and the M matches the Metallica logo.
LP 1
1. The Ecstasy Of Gold (Live At Berkeley Community Theatre / April, 1999) 2. The Call Of The Ktulu (Live At Berkeley Community Theatre / April, 1999) 3. Master Of Puppets (Live At Berkeley Community Theatre / April, 1999) 4. Of Wolf And Man (Live At Berkeley Community Theatre / April, 1999) 5. The Thing That Should Not Be (Live At Berkeley Community Theatre / April, 1999) 6. Fuel (Live At Berkeley Community Theatre / April, 1999) 7. The Memory Remains (Live At Berkeley Community Theatre / April, 1999)
LP 2
1. No Leaf Clover (Live At Berkeley Community Theatre / April, 1999) 2. Hero Of The Day (Live At Berkeley Community Theatre / April, 1999) 3. Devil's Dance (Live At Berkeley Community Theatre / April, 1999) 4. Bleeding Me (Live At Berkeley Community Theatre / April, 1999) 5. Nothing Else Matters (Live At Berkeley Community Theatre / April, 1999) 6. Until It Sleeps (Live At Berkeley Community Theatre / April, 1999) 7. For Whom The Bell Tolls (Live At Berkeley Community Theatre / April, 1999) 8. Human (Live At Berkeley Community Theatre / April, 1999)
LP 3
1. Wherever I May Roam (Live At Berkeley Community Theatre / April, 1999) 2. Outlaw Torn (Live At Berkeley Community Theatre / April, 1999) 3. Sad But True (Live At Berkeley Community Theatre / April, 1999) 4. One (Live At Berkeley Community Theatre / April, 1999) 5. Enter Sandman (Live At Berkeley Community Theatre / April, 1999) 6. Battery (Live At Berkeley Community Theatre / April, 1999)
Matthias Mineur

by Matthias Mineur (null) S & M stands for Symphony and Metallica. So far so good. The meaning of it is that Metallica played together with the San Francisco symphonic orchestra, with each other and sometimes also against each other. The friction points that come automatically when a Metal band performs with a classical orchestra is the seasoning of this album. Conducted under the supervision of Michael Kamen (e.g. Pavarotti, Pink Floyd, Bryan Adams), the U.S. elite-rocker and a 108-headed orchestra refine a total of 19 Metallica-classics featuring with 'No Leaf Clover'and 'Human' two brandnew songs. Rough stuff becomes melodic, ascetic tunes suddenly baroque. Hammet's guitar duels with the strings, flutes, oboes and horns go together to help Metallica into new spheres. Well-known material is totally renewed by a classical touch and the two new songs are really worth listening to. Producer Bob Rock, who became a close friend of the band, combines Metalband with classical orchestra as if these two worlds would always have been one. Conclusion: S & M is for fans of the band, for people who like to get a best of program in new gowns.