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Metallica: The Videos 1989-2004 [DVD] [2006]

4.7 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews

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  • Format: DVD-Video, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Unknown
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Universal Music Operations
  • DVD Release Date: 2 July 2007
  • Run Time: 141 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000JMKJLE
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 27,917 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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One

Enter Sandman

The Unforgiven

Nothing Else Matters

Wherever I May Roam

Sad But True

Until It Sleeps

Hero Of The Day

Mama Said

King Nothing

The Memory Remains

The Unforgiven II Fuel

Turn The Page

Whiskey In The Jar

No Leaf Clover

I Disappear

St. Anger

Frantic

The Unnamed Feeling

Some Kind Of Monster

Bonus

2 Of One – Introduction

One (Jammin’ Version) The Unforgiven (Theatrical Version) Metallica: Some Kind Of Monster Film Trailer

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You get what you see here - all the promo videos since One debuted on MTV in January 1989.
I could give 5 stars for the videos alone BUT I'm giving 4 for the DVD, because for a band of this stature, and take into account that there has never been any sort of official compilation ever released on CD, I think there could have been something more in the way of bonus features, never before seen live stuff etc.
Don't get me wrong, it's an essential for fans as it groups all the vids together on the one DVD (impossible unless you sit up all night watching Kerrang or Scuzz, with a DVD-R ready!) BUT there is nothing to see that a die hard fan won't have seen before!
It's cool to see all the stuff related to One, that was released on the now extinct 2 Of One VHS release of 1989 - not exactly new or unseen, but VERY hard to acquire now in good condition, so a PLUS there!
By all means, DO buy this, but only after Cunning Stunts DVD, S&M DVD and Live Sh*t: Binge & Purge DVD/CD set.
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not for me a gilt for my partner
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At last ! its about time that this collection is out for all us Metallica fans to get our mits on. If you've got a surround sound setup this DVD is definatley a must, the audio mix is absolutley spot on. Crank it up till your ears bleed !!!!!!
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This is a brilliant dvd with mostly all great songs on it,but the sound quality wasn't very good,
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This is a superb collection of videos by Metallica! If you like Metallica then this is a no brainer! The videos for 'One' and 'Enter sandman' are classics. Some of my personal favourite metallica videos are on this disc including 'Hero of the day', 'turn the page' (a very sad and heartbreaking video) 'whiskey in the jar' (a house party) and the one filmed at the prison San Quentin for St Anger. The only thing to be aware of when buying this is that there are no videos from their recent album 'Death magnetic' as this collection was released 2 years before that record came out. Lastly If you like this check out AIC music bank video collection as thats superb too.
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By Mo VINE VOICE on 4 Dec. 2006
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I'm surprised they didn't call this Metallivision, this collection was begging for it!

The Videos '89-'04 neither functions as a greatest hits (arguably due to latter years descent) or a complete singles collection (if you counted items such as the videoless Creeping Death EP) but does document both the band's musical and visual changes starting with Jason Newsted's entry to Robert Trujillo's entry.

Whether or not you like all the songs there's some good eye candy, from the classic black and white nightmare of One, the dizzying The Memory Remains or St. Anger from San Quentin prison.

The 2 of One special feature brings to life a lost VHS collectors item that comprises of a video story introduction by Lars followed by an edit version of One without the Johnny Got His Gun clips, and then there's also the theatrical, longer version of The Unforgiven which actually is equally as perplexing as a Chris Cunningham video.

The Videos is not a tool to bring in new fans, this is simply an item for the existing ones who wish to recall MTV memories without resorting to the graininess of YouTube. And without a law suit too, I'd imagine.

I'd have liked it if this was a 2 DVD set with the fawned for Cliff 'Em All (a VHS quality DVD might stumble in selling on it's own no matter how potent the content) but that's for a later date, I guess. Good stuff.
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this is definately the best metallica music vid i have ever got, it has all my fave songs, along with a few that im learning on Guitar, the songs are really clear, even on a poor quality television.
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If you love Metalica 'The Videos 1989-2004' is a must have in my opinion. Masters of the Metal music video in all their glory.
Also try 'Through The Never' available to rent on Xbox video it features Metalica's current live show.
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