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Release Info
Release Date: January 10, 1989

Tracklist

US Single

Song Written By  
One Hetfield/Ulrich AudioVideoDownload
The Prince Harris/Tatler AudioDownload

International Single

Song Written By  
One Hetfield/Ulrich AudioVideoDownload
For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich/Burton Audio
Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich/Hammett Audio

International 7

Song Written By  
One Hetfield/Ulrich AudioVideoDownload

International 7" Single

Song Written By  
Seek & Destroy (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich Audio

Japanese EP

Song Written By  
One Hetfield/Ulrich AudioVideoDownload
Breadfan Phillips/Shelley/Bourge AudioDownload
For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich/Burton Audio
Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich/Hammett Audio
One (Demo) Hetfield/Ulrich Audio

Gatefold Vinyl Single

Song Written By  
One (Demo) Hetfield/Ulrich Audio
For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich/Burton Audio
Creeping Death (Live) Hetfield/Ulrich/Burton/Hammett Audio

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

One
Producer: Metallica with Flemming Rasmussen
Engineer: Flemming Rasmussen
Mixed by Steve Thompson and Michael Barbiero
Recorded & Mixed at One on One, Los Angeles, CA from January to May of 1988
© Creeping Death Music (ASCAP)

The Prince
Not produced
Engineered by Mike Clink and Toby "Rage" Wright
Rough mix by Flemming Rasmussen
Recorded & Mixed at One on One, Los Angeles, CA in 1988
Originally released by Diamond Head in 1980 on the Lightning to the Nations album
"We later attempted to mix this song properly, but somehow the energy and feel got lost along the way. So here it is in its rawest form."
© Happy Face Music Ltd./Zomba Enterprises, Inc.

Breadfan
Not produced
Engineered by Mike Clink and Toby "Rage" Wright
Rough mix by Flemming Rasmussen
Recorded & Mixed at One on One, Los Angeles, CA in 1988
Originally released by Budgie in 1973 on the Never Turn Your Back on a Friend album
"We later attempted to mix this song properly, but somehow the energy and feel got lost along the way. So here it is in its rawest form."
© Essex Music International, Ltd.

For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live)
Recorded live on February 5, 1989 at the Reunion Arena in Dallas, TX
Mixed by Patrice Levinsohn and Hetfield and Ulrich
© Creeping Death Music (ASCAP)

Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live)
Recorded live on February 5, 1989 at the Reunion Arena in Dallas, TX
Mixed by Patrice Levinsohn and Hetfield and Ulrich
© Creeping Death Music (ASCAP)

Seek & Destroy (Live)
Recorded live on February 5, 1989 at the Reunion Arena in Dallas, TX
Mixed by Patrice Levinsohn and Hetfield and Ulrich
© Creeping Death Music (ASCAP)

Creeping Death (Live)
Recorded live on February 5, 1989 at the Reunion Arena in Dallas, TX
Mixed by Patrice Levinsohn and Hetfield and Ulrich
© Creeping Death Music (ASCAP)

One (Demo)
Obviously Not Produced
"This is the original demo of 'One' that we recorded on James' 4-track right after we wrote the song around the second week of November '87. It's basically just guitars, drums, and vocals with Kirk coming in and laying down the last solo after he'd only heard the song the day before, and since there were only four tracks, there's no bass."
© Creeping Death Music (ASCAP)

Amputee Cover Illustration: Pushead
Japanese Cover Photo: Ross Halfin
Gatefold Single Logo Illustration: Pushead
Photography: Ross Halfin
Design: Reiner Design Consultants, Inc.

© 1989 Metallica