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Metallica: Orgullo pasión y gloria. Tres noches en la ciudad de México. (2009)

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This was the first round of 3 shows in Mexico by Metallica after a decade of not stepping into Mexican soil. See more »

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One of the fans holds up the St. Anger album and states that it is Robert Trujillos first CD with Metallica. This is not true. His first CD with Metallica was Death Magnetic. Producer Bob Rock played Bass for the recording of the St. Anger album See more »

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Metallica At Heir Best
24 February 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It is a fantastic mix of music with songs off of every album except St. Anger. Great mix of Death Magnetic and classic tallica tunes. The addition of Robert Trujillo in combination with Hetfield getting sober has made the band sound much better than they did throughout the 90's. These guys don't show their age on stage and kick maximum ass. Tearing into songs like Disposable Heros and Dyers Eve and pulling them off like it's 1986. My only real complaint is excessive fan footage. It seems like there are as many shots of audience members screaming as there are of the band. I realize the director wants to capture the live experience, but I'm watching this to see Metallica. It also suffers from the MTV generation rapid cutting. It's hard to find a shot that lasts more that a second. But if you can ignore that, it's a great Metallica experience. There's plenty for die hard old fans who only like KEA-MOP and for the new fans there's a good amount of Death Magnetic. Metallica rules.


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