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Release Info
Release Date: 2001



Song Written By  
Blackened (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich/Newsted
For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich/Burton
Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich/Hammett
Leper Messiah (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich
Harvester of Sorrow (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich
Eye of the Beholder (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich/Hammett
To Live Is To Die 'Doodle' (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich/Burton
Master of Puppets (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich/Burton/Hammett
One (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich
...And Justice for All (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich/Hammett
Fade to Black (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich/Burton/Hammett
Battery (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich


Song Written By  
Helpless (Live) Harris/Tatler
The Four Horsemen (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich/Mustaine
Of Wolf & Man (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich/Hammett
The Thing That Should Not Be (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich/Hammett
Fuel (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich/Hammett
The Memory Remains (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich
King Nothing (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich/Hammett
Bleeding Me (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich/Hammett
No Remorse (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich
Am I Evil? (Live) Harris/Tatler
Stone Cold Crazy (Live) Mercury/May/Taylor/Deacon
The Wait (Live) Killing Joke
Master of Puppets (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich/Burton/Hammett
Damage, Inc. (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich/Burton/Hammett

James Hetfield - Guitar, Vocals
Lars Ulrich - Drums
Kirk Hammett - Guitar
Jason Newsted - Bass

Fan Can IV
contents: CD, VHS, Justice Crew Shirt, Dog Tag

Recorded live on February 5, 1989 at Reunion Arena in Dallas, TX
"After twelve years, the original master tapes from this show were eroded to the point that much of the music was missing and it sounded like shit.  After digging around in Lars' basement, we found a cassette recording of that very show that not only captures the vibe from the tour, but still has an edge to it."
Mastered by Ue Nastasi at Sterling Sound

Recorded live on November 11, 1997 at the CoreStates Complex Parking Lot in Philadelphia, PA
Director: Adam Dubin
Producer: David Hausen
Ninja Cameraman: Vincent Giordano
Editor: Andrew Filippone, Jr. and David Etkin

Can Art & Design: Mark Devito

© 2001 Metallica