Metallica - A Year And A Half In The Life Of ... Part 1 & 2 (DVD-V, NTSC, Jew) (VG)

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Media Condition: Very Good (VG)
Sleeve Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+)
visually graded, disc has some light surface marks but none too deep. Comes in CD jewel case with insert and tray-card in great shape.

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Label: Elektra - 40243-2
Format: DVD-V, NTSC, Jew
Country: US
Released: 1999-10-26


"Part 1
Hey, check it out.  When we heard the demos for our 5th album, we figured that we had the real shit.  So we called our video connection, Juliana, and asked her for someone who could cover the making of the record in L.A. and beyond, you know, basically film everything!  Enter Adam Dubin and his cohort Vinnie.  For 9 plus months, they were there--all day and night (in the way)--letting the cameras run.
Watch and listen as demos become finished, listen to why it really takes us 9 months to complete an album.  Meet producer Bob Rock with his sidekick Randy.  Listen to Metallica jam on different versions of the new songs.  Get it all:  Mixing, mastering mistakes, making videos, manufacturing, etc.  Find out what we're talking about when we talk about the 'joys of the studio'.
We threw in the first 3 vids we made:  the studio based 'Nothing Else Matters,' 'Enter Sandman' and 'The Unforgiven.'  We Hope you dig checking out how it all came together.  Tune in to Part 2 as we explore the other side of being in Metallica--THE never-ending 2 year tour.  To be continued...

Part 2
So, our 5th album, 'Metallica,' was released in August '91 and immediately we went out touring.  First off was the European Monsters with AC/DC, then our own 3 hour 'An evening with...' in the States and Canada, followed by the summer co-headlining stint with Guns N' Roses and finally scheduled to end in late spring '93 with the far East, Australia and South Africa.  We played everywhere in every possible way and (hopefully) lived to tell about it.
Once we realized what we had gotten ourselves into, why not show everybody what Metalli-touring is all about.  Thus Dubin returned; 'Get all this shit in film!!'  Included here are the first 14 months of fun, hell and stupidity, the videos of 'Wherever I May Roam' and 'Sad But True' as well as live performances from Castle Donington, Moscow, our first stadium headlining show (San Francisco's Day on the Green), the Freddie Mercury Tribute at London's Wembly Stadium, MTV's Video Music Awards, the Metallica/Guns tour, and highlights from the Grammys...add in behind-the-scene shit and horrible truths from all of the above and you have a video package which is almost as long as the tour itself.  Which is the way it should be.  Sit back and enjoy Part 2 of 'A Year and a Half In The Life of Metallica' ain't over yet."

Printed and manufactured in the USA

Region 1

Track List:

P1.1. Opening Credits-"The Black Album"-Enter Soundmen-Larz Drum Trax-Songwriting-Group Recording
P1.2. The Unforgiven
P1.3. Jaymz Vocals-Crunchy Guitar God Sounds-Larz Drum Edits-Jason's Bass-Kirk's Guitar Madness-More Mighty Hetfield Vocals
P1.4. Nothing Else Matters
P1.5. "Black Album" Art Arrives-Mixing And Nixing-Mastering-Listening Party-Record Factory-Making The "Sandman" Video
P1.6. Enter Sandman
P1.7. Metallica Album Finished!-Metallica Rehearsal-End Credits
P2.1. Opening Credits-Going Out On Tour!-The Snake Pit-Backstage: Pre-Show
P2.2. Sad But True
P2.3. Backstage: After Show-Waking Up Next Morning-Travelin' Band
P2.4. For Whom The Bell Tolls
P2.5. The Metalliplane-Radio Promo-Meet And Greet Fans
P2.6. Enter Sandman
P2.7. Music Video Awards-Gimme A Grammy-More With Fans
P2.8. Harvester Of Sorrow
P2.9. Still Travelin' On The Metalliplane-Larz' Scuba Dive-Jaymz' Duck Hunt-Kirk's Guitar Shop-Jason's Birthday
P2.10. Sad But True
P2.11. England-Rehearsal With Queen-Metallica Playing For A Good Cause
P2.12. Enter Sandman
P2.13. Jaymz Jams With Queen-Backstage: Metallica Meets Spinal Tap-The Metallica/Guns Tour-Backstage And Onstage-Hetfield's Disaster-Riot In Montreal-Hetfield Returns
P2.14. Nothing Else Matters
P2.15. Metallica's Final Thoughts
P2.16. Wherever I May Roam
P2.17. End Credits


Barcode and Other Identifiers:

Barcode 085364024329
Barcode 0 853640 2432 9
Mastering SID Code IFPI L907
Mastering SID Code IFPI L906
Matrix / Runout 2 40148.1.A VA01
Matrix / Runout 2 40148.1.B VB01
Matrix / Runout 2 40148.1.A VA01 M1S10 Mastered by wamo
Matrix / Runout 2 40148.1.B VB01 M3S2 Cl Mastered by wamo
Mould SID Code IFPI 2UOD
Mould SID Code IFPI 2UQ5


Phonographic Copyright (p) E/M Ventures
Copyright (c) E/M Ventures
Marketed By Elektra Entertainment Group Inc.
Distributed By Elektra Entertainment Group Inc.
Filmed At Monsters Of Rock Festival
Filmed At Tushino Airfield
Filmed At Donington Park
Filmed At Universal Amphitheatre
Filmed At Oakland Coliseum Stadium
Filmed At Phoenix International Raceway
Filmed At Wembley Stadium

Bass - Jason Newsted
Concept By, Illustration - Pushead
Design - Reiner Design Consultants, Inc.
Drums - Lars Ulrich
Film Director - Adam Dubin
Guitar - Kirk Hammett
Other [Documentary Digitally Remastered] - Francis Milano
Other [Documentary Digitally Remastered] - George Reisz
Other [Documentary Producer] - Juliana Roberts
Photography By - Ross Halfin
Producer - Juliana Roberts
Vocals, Guitar - James Hetfield

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