Metallica: [1993] Milton Keynes, England Trailer

Metallica: [1993] Milton Keynes, England Trailer (1993)

05 June 1993

Metallica at Milton Keynes National Bowl, Milton Keynes, England Creeping Death Harvester of Sorrow Welcome Home (Sanitarium) Of Wolf and Man Wherever I May Roam The Thing That Should Not Be The Unforgiven Disposable Heroes Bass Solo Instrumental Medley [Orion / To Live Is To Die / Call Of Ktulu] Guitar Solo The Four Horsemen For Whom the Bell Tolls Fade to Black Master of Puppets [Short Version] Seek & Destroy [Extended Version] Battery Nothing Else Matters Sad But True Last Caress One Enter Sandman So What

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