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Metallica - Beyond Magnetic MP3
Performer: Metallica
Title: Beyond Magnetic
Label: Universal Music Korea, Vertigo
Country: South Korea
Released: Jan 2012
Style: Heavy Metal
Cat: DU30102, 279 468-6
Rating: 4.1/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1883 mb | MP3 size: 2193 mb | WMA size: 1147 mb
Genre: Rock
Tracklist

1Hate Train
2Rebel Of Babylon
3Just A Bullet Away
4Hell And Back

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
530093-2Metallica Beyond Magnetic ‎(CD, EP)Warner Bros. Records530093-2US2012
noneMetallica Beyond Magnetic ‎(CDr, Advance, EP, Promo, TP)Warner Bros. RecordsnoneUS2012
BLCKND020-2Metallica Beyond Magnetic ‎(CD, EP)Blackened RecordingsBLCKND020-2US2013
2794686Metallica Beyond Magnetic ‎(CD, EP)Vertigo2794686Argentina2012
060252794686Metallica Beyond Magnetic ‎(CD, EP)Vertigo, Universal060252794686India2012

Notes

sticker on seal
barcode 8 808678 250060

Companies

  • Licensed From – Universal International Music B.V.
  • Manufactured By – Universal Music

Album

Beyond Magnetic is an 2011 EP by American heavy metal band Metallica. It was released to coincide with the band's 30th anniversary shows, in which they released a new song for all four days of the shows. All four songs featured on Beyond Magnetic were recorded for the group's Death Magnetic sessions but had not been released. Beyond Magnetic was released on CD on January 30, 2012, internationally, and on the. Artist - Metallica Album - Beyond Magnetic Hate Train - 0:00 Just a Bullet Away - 6:59 Hell and Back - 14:10 Rebel of Babylon - 21:08 I own NONE of in The Metallica Store Ships Worldwide. Heroes of the Day. Summer Blowout Sale. Collaborations Menu Toggle. Billabong x Metallica. Enter Night x Metallica. Beyond Magnetic. Released December 13, 2011. Buy Physical Buy Digital. Listen On. Ищете треки из альбома Beyond Magnetic исполнителя Metallica Тогда заходите на наш сайт - слушайте музыку онлайн и скачивайте бесплатно. Listen free to Metallica Beyond Magnetic Hate Train, Just a Bullet Away and more. 4 tracks 29:09. Beyond Magnetic is a 2012 EP by American heavy metal band Metallica. All four songs featured on Beyond Magnetic were all recorded for the group's Death Magnetic sessions but had not been released. Beyond Magnetic was released on CD on January 30, 2012, international. About Beyond Magnetic. Beyond Magnetic is an EP released in 2011 by thrash metal band Metallica. It contains four previously unreleased tracks made during the production of their 2008 album Death Magnetic. Its release coincided with the bands 30th anniversary shows at the time, where a new song was revealed in each one of the four days. Beyond Magnetic Q&A. Songs in album Metallica - Beyond Magnetic Vinyl Rip 2011. Metallica - Hate Train. Metallica - Just A Bullet Away. Metallica - Hell And Back. Metallica - Rebel Of Babylon. Beyond Magnetic' has the same feel as those other ten tracks from 'Death Magnetic' it's a return to classic Metallica after the 2003 release of 'St. Anger' and was very well received by critics and fans alike. Beyond Magnetic Track by Track. Hate Train'. The first track from 'Beyond Magnetic' made its live debut on Dec. 5, 2011 at the first show for Metallica's 30th anniversary celebration in San Francisco. With lyrics like Hate is a train, A beast awakened by your call, And hate is a train, A beast that never slows. Beyond Magnetic is a studio EP released by the band in 2011, composed of four songs that were cut from being on the album Death Magnetic. James Hetfield: Vocals, Rhythm Guitar. Kirk Hammett: Lead Guitar. Robert Trujillo: Bass. Lars Ulrich: Drums. Categories: EPs. Needs References. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted. Metallica - Beyond Magnetic review: New signs of life make an unexpected appearance within this collection of b-sides. From these same 2008 sessions comes Beyond Magnetic - an EP featuring four previously unreleased tracks. Could the discarded remains of an album with this rather lukewarm reception really be deserving of their own separate release over three years later Judging by the opening assault of Hate Train, things appear to be much the same as they were on Death Magnetic

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