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1Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue1:39
2Cretin Hop1:56
3St. Anger (Live Debut)7:20
453rd & 3rd2:21
5We're A Happy Family2:22
6St. Anger (Single Edit)5:38
8Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World2:13
10St. Anger (Studio Rehearsal)7:50


Track 9 & 10 are hidden tracks
track 9 is a audience recording made at The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA, USA 2003-05-21


  • Recorded At – The Fillmore
  • Recorded At – HQ, San Rafael
  • Licensed From – Elektra
  • Copyright (c) – Creeping Death Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Vertigo
  • Distributed By – EMI Blackwood Music Inc.
  • Published By – Mahina Hoku Publishing


50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс Metallica- YouTube. The Unforgiven I,II,III - Продолжительность. Anger is the eighth studio album by American heavy metal band Metallica, released on June 5, 2003. It was the last Metallica album released through Elektra Records and the final collaboration between Metallica and longtime producer Bob Rock, with whom the band had worked since 1990. This is the band's only album not to feature an official bass player, as Jason Newsted left Metallica prior to the recording sessions Rock played the album's bass parts in his place. Album Design: Metallica Cover Illustration: Pushead Photography: Anton Corbijn St. Anger Illustration: Matt Mahurin James Image: Matt Mahurin Lars Image: Forhelvede Productions Kirk Image: Matt Mahurin Robert Image: Pascal Brun & Comenius Rothlisberger Team Switzerland. Cameras: Jean Pellerin, Mike Hatchet, Dave Hatchet, Colin Mitchell. Anger was released on June 5, 2003 through Elektra Records. Not only was it the band's first album of the 21st century, but it was the band's last album released through Elektra, thus marking the end of the longest timespan between studio albums from Metallica, with nearly six years between the release of ReLoad and this album. Anger was originally intended for release on June 10, 2003, but was released five days earlier due to concerns over unlicensed distribution through peer-to-peer file. Metallica - St. Anger 2003. free to Metallica St. Anger Frantic, St. Anger and more. 11 tracks 71:05. Anger is the eighth studio album by Metallica. Released on June 5, 2003, this album marks the longest time span between studio albums from Metallica, with the nearly six years between the release of ReLoad and St. It was also the first to receive a Parental Advisory label excluding Garage Inc. a cover album, Live S t: Binge and Purge a live album, and S&M also a live album. The album was originally intended for release on June 10, 2003, but was instead released five days earlier d. About St. Metallicas controversial 8th studio album. Although a return to roots of sorts, the album was widely panned upon release for its complete lack of guitar solos and ringing snare drum, altogether creating a more industrial sound. The change in sound from the past Load and Reload albums was caused due to bassist Jason Newsted leaving the band and vocalist James Hetfield struggling with alcoholism and going to rehab. Both of these conflicts resulted in the band questioning if they would still be together to even make music. A documentary was published regarding the backgrou. Anger is an album of naked frustration. Longtime bassist and crucial contributor Jason Newsted left the band prior to recording it, James Hetfield entered rehab for substance abuse at the beginning of the sessions, and the personal and creative tensions among the remaining band members were only exacerbated when a camera crew was invited to document the recording process for the film Some Kind of Monster. The album took almost a year to record, and the results are overlabored, but also incredibly revealing. But while St. Anger is certainly not Metallicas best album musically, it is their most compelling album psychologically. Anger arrived a year later as a punishing, unflinching document of internal struggle - taking listeners inside the bruised yet vital body of Metallica, but ultimately revealing the alternately torturous and defiant demons that wrestle inside Hetfield's brain. Anger is an immediate record. Written largely in the first person, it never warns of impending doom, doesn't struggle with claustrophobia, and has care neither for religion's safety nor its hypocrisy. The religious symbolism of its title and artwork seems only to function as a metaphorical device. Metallica St. Buy from. Anger Rehearsals DVD and features in every music video for the album, but he did not play any song in it. The album's creation process is chronicled in detail in the documentary Some Kind of Monster. Metallica tried some different approaches to making music on this album, like collaborating on lyrics. Recording information: Conceived, recorded and mixed between May, 2002 and April, 2003 at HQ in San Rafael, California