The videos 1989 - 2004

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The Videos is a long overdue summary of the essence of the Metallica years 1989 up to 2004. In celebration of the 25 years jubilee of the band this was released in 2006 and enchants fans worldwide. The Videos comprises 21 titles, from the legendary first video "One" in uncut version, over "Enter Sandman" up to the trips to Bluesrock with "Until It Sleeps" and "Mama Said". Not to be forgotten the evergreen "Whiskey In The Jar" and a symphony version of "No Lead Clover". The Videos has a total playing time of 140 minutes and contains as bonus material up to now unreleased versions of four Metalicca videos.


Item no. 675597
Musical Genre Thrash Metal
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 DVD
Product topic Bands
Run Time 140
Band Metallica
Product type DVD
Actors Metallica
Release date 01/12/2006
Gender Unisex

Disc 1

  • 1.
  • 2.
    Enter Sandman (Video)
  • 3.
    The Unforgiven ((Short Version))
  • 4.
    Nothing Else Matters
  • 5.
    Wherever I May Roam (Video)
  • 6.
    Sad But True (Video)
  • 7.
    Until It Sleeps (Video)
  • 8.
    Hero Of The Day (Video)
  • 9.
    Mama Said (Video)
  • 10.
    King Nothing (Video)
  • 11.
    The Memory Remains (Video)
  • 12.
    The Unforgiven II (Video)
  • 13.
    Fuel (Video)
  • 14.
    Turn The Page (Video)
  • 15.
    Whiskey In The Jar
  • 16.
    No Leaf Clover
  • 17.
    I Disappear
  • 18.
    St. Anger
  • 19.
    Frantic (Video)
  • 20.
    The Unnamed Feeling (video)
  • 21.
    Some Kind Of Monster
  • 22.
  • 23.
    One (Jammin Version)
  • 24.
    The Unforgiven (Video - Theatrical Version)
  • 25.
    Some Kind Of Monster (Film Trailer)

by Matthias Becker (19.01.2007) Now that's what I call a great collection: 21 videos including songs, like "Mama said", "No leaf clover" and "Hero of the day" will see you sticking in front of the telly. Furthermore, the four horsemen have a jam version of "One" (as well as the uncut, long version), a theatrical version of "The unforgiven", the film trailer for "Some kind of monster", as well as an interview with Lars Ulrich in store. In the video for "The unnamed feeling", you can see the celebrated surfer, Rob Machedo, and the artist, Edward Furlong (Terminator II). "Turn the page", being indexed by MTV was included, and the guest appearance of the former drug addictive singer, Marianne Faithfull, in "The memory remains", too. The video collection recounts the best of the 25-year career. A colourful set that only lacks in an informative booklet. But who would want to read when Metallica wrote video history over 141 minutes, anyway?