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Hero of the Day
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
Limited edition box set (1,000 copies only) that contains the CD singles for 'Hero Of The Day', 'Until It Sleeps', 'King Nothing' & 'The Memory Remains'. The shiny black package unfolds to over three feet in length & heigh... more »
Limited edition box set (1,000 copies only) that contains the CD singles for 'Hero Of The Day', 'Until It Sleeps', 'King Nothing' & 'The Memory Remains'. The shiny black package unfolds to over three feet in length & height, and also contains an authenticity certificate and four 8 inch x 10 inch photos of the hit heavy metal group's individual members. Also contains a 12 inch x 12 inch sheet with the CD booklets to the CDS. A velcro patch on front flap seals the 12 inch x 12 inch package up. Also contains an authencity certificate. Eight tra
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Senor Diablo's Review
senordiablo | Los Angeles, California | 10/01/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Like any other Metallica CD this one is great! I like "Kill/Ride Medley" a lot because it combines six great songs into one. And it is live, and, of course, Metallica is the best band when it comes to live music. I do not recommend it so much for "Hero of the Day", since you could get that one on "Load". But if you collect singles, like I do, then you should get this single even if you do have "Load"!"
Best single ever
Jeffrey M. Rodgers | USA | 11/18/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The reason to buy this single is Track 2, the "Kill/Ride Medley". It's a truly great live performance from Donington '95. The medley begins with parts of Ride The Lightning, then goes through No Remorse, Hit The Lights, The Four Horsemen, Phantom Lord, and Fight Fire With Fire in that order. And then it ends with Ride The Lightning again. It's great.This is slightly different than the Kill/Ride Medley that appears on the "Cunning Stunts" DVD. In that version, Seek And Destroy is played instead of Phantom Lord."
Nothing Like hearing James sing old songs with versetility
Jeffrey M. Rodgers | 04/10/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Although "Hero of the Day" to me was overplayed, Its nice to have when the lights are on Reload and Garage Inc. Also Metallica knows how to play live, and it shows on the Kill/Ride track. Starting from, Ride the Lightning (song) and ending with it, the song is packed full of heavy playing and loud singing. Defenitly worth the money"