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Metallica – Live Shit: Binge & Purge (1994) 3xCD, 3xVHS, Box Set

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Live Shit: Binge & Purge is a collection of live performances from heavy metal band Metallica.

This is a 1994 reissue.

The 3 CD's contain music recorded at the Sports Palace, Mexico City, February 25, 26, 27, March 1, 2, 1993.

The 3 VHS Tapes are of concerts performed at the Sports Arena, San Diego, CA on January 13, 14, 1992 and the Seattle Coliseum, Seattle, WA on August 29, 30, 1989.

          Style: ThrashHeavy Metal

          CD: VG (fair amount of scuffs and light surface marks.)

          VHS: EX (tapes look barely played, sleeve have some minor scuffing and corner wear.)

          Packaging: VG (box lid is detached from the hinges on the back, box has corner wear and the paper is bubbling a little on the right end, includes book which has both stage pass and stencil.)

          Label: Elektra – 61594-2Elektra Video – 61594-3

          Country: US

          Tracklist:

          Sports Palace, Mexico City, February 25, 26, 27, March 1, 2, 1993
          CD1-1 Enter Sandman 7:27
          CD1-2 Creeping Death 7:28
          CD1-3 Harvester Of Sorrow 7:18
          CD1-4 Welcome Home (Sanitarium) 6:39
          CD1-5 Sad But True 6:07
          CD1-6 Of Wolf And Man 6:52
          CD1-7 The Unforgiven 6:53
          CD1-8 Justice Medley 9:38
          CD1-9 Solos (Bass / Guitar) 18:49
          CD2-1 Through The Never 3:47
          CD2-2 For Whom The Bell Tolls 5:48
          CD2-3 Fade To Black
          7:12
          CD2-4 Master Of Puppets 4:35
          CD2-5 Seek & Destroy
          18:08
          CD2-6 Whiplash 5:34
          CD3-1 Nothing Else Matters 6:21
          CD3-2 Wherever I May Roam 6:32
          CD3-3 Am I Evil? 5:41
          CD3-4 Last Caress 1:24
          CD3-5 One
          10:27
          CD3-6 Battery 10:05
          CD3-7 The Four Horsemen 6:06
          CD3-8 Motorbreath 3:14
          CD3-9 Stone Cold Crazy 5:31
          Sports Arena, San Diego, CA on January 13, 14, 1992
          VHS1-1 20 Minute Metallica Movie
          VHS1-2 Enter Sandman
          VHS1-3 Creeping Death
          VHS1-4 Harvester Of Sorrow
          VHS1-5 Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
          VHS1-6 Sad But True
          VHS1-7 Wherever I May Roam
          VHS1-8 Bass Solo
          VHS1-9 Through The Never
          VHS1-10 The Unforgiven
          VHS1-11 Justice Medley
          VHS1-12 Drum Solo
          VHS1-13 Guitar Solo
          VHS2-1 The Four Horsemen
          VHS2-2 For Whom The Bell Tolls
          VHS2-3 Fade To Black
          VHS2-4 Whiplash
          VHS2-5 Master Of Puppets
          VHS2-6 Seek & Destroy
          VHS2-7 One
          VHS2-8 Last Carress
          VHS2-9 Am I Evil?*
          VHS2-10 Battery
          VHS2-11 Stone Cold Crazy
          Seattle Coliseum, Seattle, WA on August 29, 30, 1989
          VHS3-1 Blackened
          VHS3-2 For Whom The Bell Tolls
          VHS3-3 Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
          VHS3-4 Harvester Of Sorrow
          VHS3-5 The Four Horsemen
          VHS3-6 The Thing That Should Not Be
          VHS3-7 Bass Solo
          VHS3-8 Master Of Puppets
          VHS3-9 Fade To Black
          VHS3-10 Seek & Destroy
          VHS3-11 ...And Justice For All
          VHS3-12 One
          VHS3-13 Creeping Death
          VHS3-14 Guitar Solo
          VHS3-15 Battery
          VHS3-16 Last Carress
          VHS3-17 Am I Evil?
          VHS3-18 Whiplash
          VHS3-19 Breadfan

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