At the end of this year Metallica will be releasing a DVD collection of all of their promotional videos. It will be entitled "The Videos 1989-2004". It will be released on the 4th December everywhere except North America (where it will be released on the 5th December). Click here to see the cover of the DVD.

Here is the tracklist:
01. One
02. Enter Sandman
03. The Unforgiven
04. Nothing Else Matters
05. Wherever I May Roam
06. Sad But True
07. Until It Sleeps
08. Hero Of The Day
09. Mama Said
10. King Nothing
11. The Memory Remains
12. The Unforgiven II
13. Fuel
14. Turn The Page
15. Whiskey In The Jar
16. No Leaf Clover
17. I Disappear
18. St. Anger
19. Frantic
20. The Unnamed Feeling
21. Some Kind Of Monster

Bonus:
22. 2 Of One - Introduction
23. One (Jammin' Version)
24. The Unforgiven (Theatrical Version)
25. Metallica: Some Kind Of Monster Film Trailer

Here is a comment by the band: "We've been getting requests for many years to release all the promotional videos on DVD and it's finally happening! In addition to every video we've ever made, for the first time ever the "2 of One," release (which up until now has only been available on VHS) will be available on DVD. Also included is 'Mama Said' which never aired in North America, maybe not even anywhere in the world, and a few little extras such as 'The Unforgiven' theatrical version and the 'Some Kind Of Monster' film trailer. Plus, all the audio has been re-mixed in 5.1 surround sound".


Source: metallica.com
Band profile: Metallica
 
Posted: 14.10.2006 by Necrowinter



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C. - 14.10.2006 at 12:24  
where is "master of puppets" ?
Marcel Hubregtse - 14.10.2006 at 12:33  
Written by C. on 14.10.2006 at 12:24

where is "master of puppets" ?


there were NO promotional videos made of any song from either Kill 'em All, Ride the Lightning, Master of Puppets, that's why the oldest song on this compilation is One.
Spyroid - 14.10.2006 at 14:18  
Crappy coverart, I hate the new logo.
Rocka Rolla 1971 - 14.10.2006 at 15:21  
it may be pretty good though
DLMokoma - 14.10.2006 at 15:37  
Yeah the coverart is kinda awful, but I'm still going to buy it. A long time until 4th december..
Katatronik - 14.10.2006 at 17:48  
Good new, I will buy it surely...
The coverart is ugly and St. Anger songs are ugly too (in my opinion), but the rest deserves the purchase, absolutely!
hammetallica - 14.10.2006 at 18:02  
Good news, I'll buy it for sure. I'm just wondering if they would release any new studio album soon. It's been more than 3 years
Thryce - 14.10.2006 at 21:18  
Written by Guest on 14.10.2006 at 18:02

Good news, I'll buy it for sure. I'm just wondering if they would release any new studio album soon. It's been more than 3 years

Actually, they're currently working on a new full-length studio album you know.. It's expected to be released sometime in 2007 (they haven't specified an exact release date yet).
Remus - 14.10.2006 at 21:57  
Actually, i've seen "Mama Said" loads of times on TV in the late 90's. I've seen all these videos here but what's cool about this disc is the 5.1 surround re-mixing!
MUSIC? - 15.10.2006 at 02:56  
Yeah, if I REALLY wanted to see a metallica video, I'd look it up on You Tube. This just seems like a waste of money.
Darth Satanious - 15.10.2006 at 04:16  
Finally, no more fukken beeps when I watch the "One" music video; they annoy the Hell out of me! I already have all those videos in my computer but it is always good to have them in DVD quality. I will buy it for sure.
Syk - 15.10.2006 at 05:20  
Wow, that is one shitty logo!
nana.MD - 15.10.2006 at 07:56  
hmm...not a great setlist....
Darth Satanious - 15.10.2006 at 10:15  
Written by nana.MD on 15.10.2006 at 07:56

hmm...not a great setlist....


It isn't as if they can chose other songs because, erm, it is a DVD from their promotional videos. It isn't a live performance.
nana.MD - 15.10.2006 at 21:05  
Written by Darth Satanious on 15.10.2006 at 10:15

Written by nana.MD on 15.10.2006 at 07:56

hmm...not a great setlist....


It isn't as if they can chose other songs because, erm, it is a DVD from their promotional videos. It isn't a live performance.


...yes i know, i meant those aren't great songs...imo of course...
Thryce - 02.12.2006 at 13:32  
A preview for Metallica's comprehensive DVD release titled "The Videos 1989-2004" has been released:

Windows:
WMA 220
WMA 300
WMA 450
WMA 700

Quicktime:
QT 220
QT 300
QT 450
QT 700
DragonSlayer - 04.01.2007 at 19:11  
This band should really split up...
ThrashMetal_Rulz - 31.03.2007 at 21:28  
They should've split up after the Black Album lol, maybe even before that.

Damn..they only have bad songs on this dvd .
behrad_thrash - 06.07.2007 at 00:57  
i like it...
especially "whiskey in the jar" video.

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