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Metallica - Sad But True Album
Metallica - Sad But True Album
Performer: Metallica
Title: Sad But True
Label: Vertigo
Country: Brazil
Released: 1993
Style: Thrash
Cat: 864 943-2, M 864 943-2
Rating: 4.7/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2652 mb | MP3 size: 2979 mb | WMA size: 1012 mb
Genre: Rock
Tracklist

1Sad But True
Producer – Bob RockProducer [Produced With] – Hetfield, UlrichWritten-By – Hetfield, Ulrich
5:27
2Creeping Death (Live)
Mixed By – Randy StaubRecorded By – Fleetwood MobilesWritten-By – Burton, Hetfield, Hammett, Ulrich
8:01
3Nothing Else Matters (Elevator Version)
Arranged By [Orchestration Arranged] – Michael KamenProducer – Bob RockProducer [Produced With] – Hetfield, UlrichWritten-By – Hetfield, Ulrich
6:31
4Sad But True (Demo)
Drums – LarsRhythm Guitar, Vocals, Soloist, Guitar – JaymzWritten-By – Hetfield, Ulrich
4:54

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
864 410-7Metallica Sad But True ‎(7", Single)Vertigo864 410-7Netherlands1992
864 411-2Metallica Sad But True ‎(CD, Single, Car)Vertigo, Phonogram864 411-2Australasia1992
864 943-2Metallica Sad But True ‎(CD, Single)Vertigo864 943-2Europe1993
METAL 1112, 864 945-1Metallica Sad But True ‎(12", Single, Pic)Vertigo, VertigoMETAL 1112, 864 945-1UK & Europe1993
METAL 1112, 864 943-1Metallica Sad But True ‎(12", Single)Vertigo, VertigoMETAL 1112, 864 943-1Europe1993

Credits

  • Photography ByMark Seliger

Notes

Track 1 from the album METALLICA.
Track 2 original version available on METALLICA.
Track 3 recorded live September 28, 1991 at Tushino Air Field, Moscow, Russia.
Original version available on RIDE THE LIGHTNING.
Track 4 obviously not produced. Recorded in Lars' Basement August 13, 1990.

Track 1 ℗ 1991 METALLICA
Track 2, 3 & 4 ℗ 1993 METALLICA
© 1993 Metallica

M 864 943-2
℗ 1993

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 0 42286 49432 6
  • Barcode (Scanned): 042286494326
  • Matrix / Runout: MICROSERVICE 02M864943-2 0889/3
  • Other (Track ID Number 1): 64320618
  • Other (Track ID Number 2): 64727610
  • Other (Track ID Number 3): 64727629
  • Other (Track ID Number 4): 64320618

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Metallica
  • Copyright (c) – Metallica
  • Record Company – PolyGram
  • Manufactured By – Microservice - Microfilmagens E Reproduções Técnicas Da Amazônia Ltda.
  • Distributed By – Fonobrás, Distribuidora Fonográfica Brasileira Ltda.
  • Licensed From – Polygram do Brasil Ltda.
  • Licensed To – Phonogram Ltd. (London)
  • Recorded At – Tushino Airfield
  • Recorded By – Fleetwood Mobile
  • Pressed By – Microservice – 0889
  • Published By – Creeping Death Music

Album

Sad But True - Metallica. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Metallica's official music video for Sad But True, from the album Metallica. Sad but True is a song by American heavy metal band Metallica. It was released in February 1993 as the fifth and final single from their eponymous fifth album, Metallica. The music video for the single was released in October 1992. US Single. Sad but True. So What. International Single Part 1. Sad but True - 5:27. So What - 3:09. Harvester of Sorrow Live - 6:41. International Single Part 2. Nothing Else Matters Elevator Version - 6:31. Sad But True. Released February 08, 1993. SAD BUT TRUE Producer: Bob Rock with Hetfield & Ulrich Engineer: Randy Staub Recorded at One on One, Los Angeles, CA from October 1990 to June of 1991. SO WHAT Roughly produced by Bob Rock with Hetfield & Ulrich Engineer: Randy Staub. NOTHING ELSE MATTERS ELEVATOR VERSION Producer: Bob Rock with Hetfield & Ulrich Engineer: Randy Staub Orchestration arranged by Michael Kamen. Sad But True is the second track from Metallica's fifth album The Black Album. It was written by James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich. Sad But True is one of the nine songs to be played live over 1000 times, along with Master Of Puppets, Creeping Death, Seek & Destroy, One, For Whom The Bell Tolls, Enter Sandman, Fade To Black, and Nothing Else Matters. Hey I'm your life I'm the one who takes you there. Hey I'm your life I'm the one who cares. They They betray I&ap. Sad but True is a heavy metal song recorded by Metallica for their fifth studio album, Metallica. The song was released as the album's fifth single in mid-1992. It is one of Metallica's first attempts at tuning down guitars, in this case, tuning down to D standard. They would use this tuning later on their cover of Whiskey in the Jar from Garage Inc. and would utilize drop C tuning D standard with the bottom string tuned another full step on St. In 2004, Guitar Player listed James Hetfield's tone, most likely produced by an ESP guitar read more. Lyrics Metallica - Sad But True. Hey hey I'm your life I'm the one who takes you there Hey hey I'm your life I'm the one who cares They they They betray I'm your only true friend now They they They'll betray I'm forever there I'm your dream, make you real I'm your eyes when you must steal I'm. while you're away I'm your pain while you repay You know it's sad but true Sad but true 2x I'm your dream I'm your eyes I'm your pain You know it's sad but true Hate hate I'm your hate I'm your hate when you want love Pay pay Pay the price Pay, for. Show lyrics. loading lyrics. Side B. So What Anti-Nowhere League cover. and guess what We're all out of cleverstupid liner notes. Jaymz - rhythm guitar, vocals, and guitar solo. Lars - drums. Kirk & Jason - day off Added by: heavens coffin. Album: Metallica 1991. Charted: 20 98. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . So I told them that on Motley Crue's Dr Feelgood, which I produced and Metallica loved, the band had tuned down to D. Metallica then tuned down to D, and that's when the riff really became huge. It was this force that you just couldn't stop, no matter what. The artist Pushead Brian Schroeder created the sleeve art for the single, which is an image of two skulls looking at each other. Sad But True Lyrics. Hey Hey, I'm your life, I'm the one who takes you there Hey Hey, I'm your life, I'm the one who cares They They, they betray, I'm your only true friend now They They, they'll betray, I'm forever there. It was an example of the recordʼs natural evolution. Rock had first described Sad But True as a Kashmir for the 90s, yet it would be the grandeur of Nothing Else Matters and The Unforgiven that filled that role. In dispelling the publicʼs preconceptions of what Metallica might achieve, they had dispelled their own as well. SOURCE HERE. Is there a demo version of this song Yes, there is. Sad But True Track Info

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