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Some Kind of Monster EP

Metallica

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1.1
Some Kind of Monster
Metallica
8:27
1.2
The Four Horsemen (Live)
Metallica
5:21
1.3
Damage, Inc. (Live)  EXPLICIT
Metallica
5:00
1.4
Leper Messiah (Live)
Metallica
5:56
1.5
Motorbreath (Live)
Metallica
3:20
1.6
Ride The Lightning (Live)
Metallica
6:41
1.7
Hit The Lights (Live)
Metallica
4:14
1.8
Some Kind Of Monster (Edit)
Metallica
4:17
Total Playing Time    43:16
Some Kind of Monster EP includes two versions of the title song alongside six live tracks. The name "Some Kind of Monster" came from vocalist/guitarist James Hetfield describing the lyrics to producer Bob Rock being about a Frankenstein creature or "some kind of monster". Thus, it was also used as a very fitting title for the 2004 documentary about the recording of St. Anger and the turmoil surrounding it. Hetfield has previously described the entity that is Metallica - the burden of fame and life in general - as monstrous.
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