21:03 - TrueMetalJope Thoughts on which is better? DM by Metallica or 13 by ST ?
20:36 - Marcel Hubregtse Trujillo played way more metal in ST than anything Metallica recorded after AJFA.
20:20 - TrueMetalJope Hej, but cross over is more metal than what Metallica did after aJfA!?
20:10 - BlackEssence In 1989 Metallica was nominated for the best hard rock/heavy metal performance Grammy, but lost to Jethro Tull. When they won two years later, they thanked Jethro Tull for not doing an album that year.
Disc I 01. Shadows Fall [feat. Jason Droguett] 02. Council Of My Dreams [feat. Sonya Scarlet] 03. The Temple [feat. Alfred Romero & Enrik Garcia] 04. Existence [feat. Timo Tolkki & Dario Schmunck] 05. Beyond Myself [feat. Jacob Hansen & Patricio Molini] 06. Celestial Meeting [feat. Mikki Straatsma] 07. Tonight [feat. Mikki Straatsma] 08. Future City [feat. Slava Popova] 09. Freedom 10. Dark Night [feat. Lady Angellyca ]
Disc II 01. Eyes Of Destiny [feat. Dusk & Dominique Leurquin] 02. Cold Soul [feat. Mik] 03. Endless Tears 04. Epic Travel [feat. Melissa Ferlaak] 05. Arwen Song [feat. Jason Droguett] 06. Watching You [feat. Simone Christinat & Sascha Froma] 07. The Vortex 08. Earth 09. Ghost Of Time [feat. Gaby Koss] 10. To Live For The King [bonus][feat. Dario Schmunck]