- 1 Suicide & Redemption
- 2 Master of Puppets
- 3 ...And Justice for All
- 4 Of Wolf and Man
- 5 Fade to Black
- 6 The Thing That Should Not Be
- 7 I Disappear
- 8 The Outlaw Torn
- 9 Hell and Back
- 10 Blitzkrieg
- 11 For Whom the Bell Tolls
- 12 Nothing Else Matters
- 13 So What
- 14 Tuesday's Gone
- 15 Fuel
- 16 Fight Fire with Fire
- 17 Die, Die My Darling
- 18 Last Caress
- 19 Green Hell
- 20 Rapid Fire
- 21 Seek and Destroy
Lääz Rockit, Soul Rebels Brass Band
This was the third of four 30th Anniversary celebration gigs at The Fillmore in San Francisco.
This was only the second time that Suicide & Redemption was performed live. It was debuted on July 27, 2009 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Did you know that Master of Puppets has been played over 1,375 times?
This was the first time in over 22 years that ...And Justice for All was performed in the Bay Area. It's last Bay performance was on September 15, 1989 in Mountain View, CA.
This was the first time in over 12 years that Of Wolf & Man was performed in the Bay Area. It was last performed in NorCal on April 22, 1999 during the recording of S&M.
Fade to Black has been played over 1,000 times! It was debuted on February 9, 1985 in Chicago, IL.
The Thing That Should Not Be was only played 11 times during the course of the World Magnetic tour. Coincidentally, the last time Thingy was played in SF was on May 22, 2003 at... THE FILLMORE!
I Disappear was only played five times during the between 2008 and 2011. It was last performed in San Francisco on November 13, 2005 while opening for The Rolling Stones.
This was only the 13th performance of The Outlaw Torn. It's last US performance was on October 9, 2004 in Albany, NY.
This was the public debut of Hell and Back off of the Beyond Magnetic EP. You can download the studio recording of Hell and Back on iTunes.
The boys brought up a MetClubber named Joseph Guariglia for a great performance of Blitzkrieg.
Alice in Chains axeman Jerry Cantrell joined the band during For Whom the Bell Tolls.
Jerry also provided vocal harmonies during Nothing Else Matters.
There was not a safe goat in sight as Animal took to the stage for a razor sharp performance of the sweet, little Anti-Nowhere League ditty entitled SO WHAT! So What was last performed by Metallica on November 3, 2008 in Salt Lake City, UT.
This was only the fifth performance of Tuesday's Gone. It was last performed before an audience prior to the live taping of MTV's Reload, Rehearse, Request special on March 21, 1998. The boys were joined by Skynyrd's own Gary Rossington as well as COC/Down guitarist Pepper Keenan, Jim Martin of Faith No More fame, and Jerry Cantrell.
Headlights! Head on! Jason Newsted returned for the third night in a row, this time performing Fuel and Fight Fire With Fire.
The original Misfit himself, Glenn Danzig, joined the boys for a trio of Misfits songs. Glenn last performed with Metallica on July 3, 1993 in Tinley Park, IL.
ROB F'ING HALFORD!!! Metallica brought out the Metal God for a smoking rendition of the Priest classic Rapid Fire. Metallica last played Rapid Fire on August 21, 1994 in Miami, FL again with Halford on vocals.
Once again, Seek & Destroy featured guests galore including Jason Newsted, Jerry Cantrell, Pepper Keenan, Jim Martin, Glenn Danzig, Animal, Laaz Rockit, and the Soul Rebels Brass Band.
Metallica performed 21 songs off of the following releases: Kill 'Em All (1), Ride the Lightning (3), Master of Puppets (2), ...And Justice for All (1), The Black Album (2), Load (1), ReLoad (1), Garage Inc. (6), M:I-2 (1), Death Magnetic (1), Beyond Magnetic (1) and one non-album track