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Metallica - Fade To Black Album

Metallica - Fade To Black Album
Title:
Fade To Black
Performer:
Metallica
Style:
Heavy Metal
Released:
Feb 1985
Catalog:
ED 5044
Country:
US
MP3 album size:
2690 mb
FLAC album size:
1961 mb
Genre:
Label:
Elektra

Tracklist


1Fade To Black (Vocal / LP Version)6:56
2Fade To Black (Vocal / LP Version)6:56


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ED 5042Metallica Fade To Black ‎(12", Single, Promo, Gre)ElektraED 5042US1985
ED 5044Metallica Fade To Black ‎(12", Single, Promo, AR )ElektraED 5044US1985
ED 5042Metallica Fade To Black ‎(12", Promo, Unofficial, Blu)Elektra ED 5042Germany1989


Credits


  • Lacquer Cut ByHW
  • ProducerMetallica
  • Written-ByBurton, Hetfield, Hammett, Ulrich


Notes


From Elektra LP 60396 "Ride The Lightning". Promotional Copy - Not For Sale.

Double A-side, record has the same track and labels on both sides.

The sticker on the front cover shows:
The Friday Morning Quarterback Album Report January 25, 1985.
WQFM. Milwaukee. WI M.D. - Jerry Gavin "A while ago a certain Elektra Promoman came by with a copy of the new Metallica LP. I like many other M.D.'s around the country, was skeptical about what I was about to hear, but after I listened to 'Fade To Black' I knew Elektra had something there. Lo and behold 'Fade to Black', after about five weeks of airplay, tests in the 80's 18-30 adult and in the 90's 30-35 men. Don't let the name Metallica scare you off."

For the Allied Record Company pressing, see Fade To Black


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (Label): ST-ED-5042-A-SP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): ST-ED-5042-A-1 MASTERDISK HW 1-1 [SRC Logo]
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): ST-ED-5042-A-1 MASTERDISK HW 1-1 [SRC Logo]
  • Rights Society: ASCAP


Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Elektra/Asylum Records
  • Published By – Creeping Death Music
  • Manufactured By – Elektra/Asylum/Nonesuch Records
  • Pressed By – Specialty Records Corporation
  • Lacquer Cut At – Masterdisk


Album


Fade to Black is a song and the first power ballad by American heavy metal band Metallica, released as the first promotional single from its second studio album, Ride the Lightning. The song was ranked as having the 24th best guitar solo ever by Guitar World readers. The song peaked at number 100 on Swiss Singles Chart in 2008. The song is certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America. Текст песни: Life, it seems, will fade away Drifting further every day Getting lost within myself Nothing matters, no one : Metallica Álbum: Metallica Black Album Ano: 1991 Gêneros: Heavy Metal, Thrash Metal. Motley Crue greatest hits full songs m - Продолжительность: 2. Текст песни: Life, it seems, will fade away Drifting further every day Getting lost within myself Nothing matters, no one else. Metallica - Fade to Black Live, Seattle 1989. Встречается в альбомах. Ride The Lightning. Другие версии. Fade To BlackLive. Metallica wrote this after their equipment was stolen in early '84 and they had to start all over again. More specifically, James Hetfield wrote the lyrics in response to one of his amps being stolen. Not only was this amp his favorite, but it was also the first amp he ever owned so it had a lot of sentimental value to him. Jason Newsted's former band Flotsam And Jetsam had a completely different song called Fade To Black on their 1986 album Doomsday For The Deceiver. Metallica was playing this song at their 1992 concert in Montreal's Olympic Stadium when James Hetfield was burned badly by wayward stage pyrotechnics. Fade to Black is a song by thrash metal band Metallica from their second album, Ride the Lightning 1984. It was written by Kirk Hammett, James Hetfield, Cliff Burton, and Lars Ulrich. The lyrics suggest the story of a man contemplating, and eventually committing suicide. It was the first musical ballad released by the band. Fade to Black was played live for the first time on February 9, 1985, in Chicago, IL at the Aragon Ballroom. It replaced The Call of Ktulu and played 2 nights prior in Ohio. Watch the video for Fade to Black from Metallica's Ride the Lightning for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Life, it seems, will fade away Drifting further, every day Getting lost within myself Nothing matters, no one else I have lost the will toWatch the video for Fade to Black from Metallica's Ride the Lightning for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Life, it seems, will fade away Drifting further, every day Getting lost within myself Nothing matters, no one else I have lost the will to View full lyrics. Similar Tracks. For Whom the Bell Tolls. Play track. Creeping Death. The Black Album marked the first time that Metallica used three different guitar tunings on the same album. While many hard-rock and metal bands through the years have used alternate tunings to achieve a heavier sound, Metallica had largely kept their guitars in regular E standard tuning before 1991, the only exception being The Thing That Should Not Be on 1986s Master of Puppets on which the guitars were dropped a full step and a half, and. The album also marked the first time that Metallica had ever recorded their basic tracks live together in the studio. We wanted a live feel , James Hetfield told Guitar World in 1991. Main page. Fade To Black - Live In Budapest '91. Metallica - Fade To Black - Live In Budapest '91 1991. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Heavy Metal. Songs in album Metallica - Fade To Black - Live In Budapest '91 1991. Enter Sandman Deleted. Metallica - Creeping Death. Metallica - Harvester Of Sorrow. Fade To Black Deleted. Sad But True Deleted. Promo video for Metallica: Fade to Black. Title: Metallica: Fade to Black Video 1993. No Leaf Clover is the eighth song on the live album S&M by Metallica and the San Francisco Symphony


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