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St. Anger
 
  1. St. Anger (07:21) Lyrics
    (Hetfield/Ulrich/Hammett/Rock)
    Taken from the album ST. ANGER

  2. Commando (01:47) Lyrics
    (Hyman/Cummings/Colvin/Erdelyi)
    Not Very Produced by Bob Rock & Metallica Originally released by The Ramones in 1977 on the Leave Home album "When we were asked to contribute a song to the Ramones tribute album, we began jamming on our favorite songs, trying to figure out which one best fit the Metallica vibe. Of the original six that we chose, it ended up being between "53rd & 3rd" and "Commando." "53rd & 3rd" won out, but we're still proud of this one."

  3. Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World (02:13) Lyrics
    (Hyman/Cummings/Colvin/Erdelyi)
    Not Very Produced by Bob Rock & Metallica Originally released by The Ramones in 1976 on the Ramones album "This one sounds pretty good (especially when compared to the ones you're going to hear on CD2!), so we included it with 'Commando.'"

  4. Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue (01:39) Lyrics
    (Hyman/Cummings/Colvin/Erdelyi)
    Not Very Produced by Bob Rock & Metallica Originally released by The Ramones in 1976 on the Ramones album "The record company always demands b-sides to accompany the single. Because of some fucked up UK chart regulations, they're allowed to release a few different versions of the single. Each version requires its own "unique" b-sides, and we never seem to have enough. These two "gems" were left over from the Ramones sessions, and because we had nothing else laying around, we had to give them up. Sometimes pride goes out the window for the sake of contractual... well, you get the picture!"

  5. Cretin Hop (01:57) Lyrics
    (Hyman/Cummings/Colvin/Erdelyi)
    Not Very Produced by Bob Rock & Metallica Originally released by The Ramones in 1977 on the Rocket to Russia album "The record company always demands b-sides to accompany the single. Because of some fucked up UK chart regulations, they're allowed to release a few different versions of the single. Each version requires its own "unique" b-sides, and we never seem to have enough. These two "gems" were left over from the Ramones sessions, and because we had nothing else laying around, we had to give them up. Sometimes pride goes out the window for the sake of contractual... well, you get the picture!"

  6. We're A Happy Family (02:20) Lyrics
    (Hyman/Cummings/Colvin/Erdelyi)
    Not Very Produced by Bob Rock & Metallica Originally released by The Ramones in 1977 on the Rocket to Russia album "This one is about as rough as they come. In fact, we're inclined to files this one under 'Garbage Days Revisited,' but it gives you a chance to hear how we sound when we get started in the studio on a new album. We bash around and play some covers to get ourselves warmed up. This song makes it perfectly clear that we had a ways to go before we were ready!"

  7. St. Anger (Enhanced Video)
    (Hetfield/Ulrich/Hammett/Rock)
    Directed by The Malloys


These tracks appear on different versions of the St. Anger single. Not all tracks are on one CD or slab of vinyl.
Whiplash (1983) Jump in the Fire (1984) Creeping Death  (1984)
Master of Puppets  (1986) Harvester of Sorrow (1988) Eye of the Beholder  (1988)
One (1989) Enter Sandman  (1991) The Unforgiven  (1991)
Nothing Else Matters (1992) Live at Wembley Stadium (1992) Wherever I May Roam  (1992)
Sad But True (1993) One (Live) (1994) Until It Sleeps  (1996)
Hero of the Day (1996) Mama Said (1996) King Nothing (1997)
The Memory Remains  (1997) The Unforgiven II (1998) Live in Lonon: The Antipodean Tour Edition (1998)
Fuel (1998) Turn the Page  (1998) Whiskey in the Jar  (1969)
Die, Die My Darling  (1999) Nothing Else Matters (S&M) (2000) No Leaf Clover (S&M) (2000)
I Disappear  (2000) The Garage Remains The Same (2000) St. Anger (2003)
Frantic (2003) The Unnamed Feeling (2004) Some Kind of Monster (2004)
The Day That Never Comes (2008) All Nightmare Long (2008) Broken, Beat & Scarred (2009)
Beyond Magnetic (2011)