Metallica - Destroyer album download
|1-2||Harvester Of Sorrow|
|1-3||Welcome Home (Sanitarium)|
|1-4||Of Wolf And Man|
|1-5||Wherever I May Roam|
|1-6||The Thing That Should Not Be|
|2-1||Jason Newsted Bass Solo|
|2-3||To Live Is To Die|
|2-4||The Four Horsemen|
|2-5||For Whom The Bell Tolls|
|2-6||Fade To Black|
|2-7||Master Of Puppets|
|2-8||Seek And Destroy|
|3-2||Nothing Else Matters|
|3-3||Sad But True|
|3-4||Last Caress (Danzig)|
- Recorded At – St. Jakob Stadion
NotesRecorded Live At St. Jakob Stadium Basel Switzerland 20-06-1993
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 8 014224 535035
- Barcode (String): 8014224535035
|CD3M93TLP||Metallica||Destroyer (3xCD, Unofficial, Gol)||Twolips Productions||CD3M93TLP||Netherlands||1993|
|GRA-007-B||Metallica||Fade To Black (CD, Unofficial)||Grapefruit||GRA-007-B||Australia||1994|
|DL 5113||Metallica||Live In Concert (CD, Unofficial)||Digital Legends||DL 5113||Europe||2017|
|CD 7548||Metallica||Creeping Death (CD, Unofficial)||Viva||CD 7548||Europe||1994|
|P 910084/85||Metallica||Live At The Stadium (2xCD, Unofficial)||Unknown (P)||P 910084/85||Germany||1994|
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