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Reviewed January 2007

The Videos: 1989-2004
The Videos: 1989-2004
By Metallica

Warner Bros.: 2006

To hear sound clips or learn more about this release, Turbula recommends viewing its Amazon.com entry.

"The Videos: 1989-2004" DVD includes all 21 of Metallica's videos, starting with their first effort, "One," which is a classic. All the big hits are here, such as "Enter Sandman," "The Unforgiven," "Nothing Else Matters" and "Turn The Page," along with lesser-known but still very good songs such as "King Nothing" and "No Leaf Clover." Although all videos are mixed in 5.1 Surround Sound, unfortunately the songs just sound odd with an extra guitar.

The bonus material is pretty sparse, with the only highlight being the inclusion of "2 of One," which was previously only available on VHS. The justification for the lack of any real bonus material seems to be the $14.99 price tag.

Overall, this is the type of DVD that really only appeals to hardcore fans and most of those will have already seen everything that this DVD has to offer.

Review by Gabriel Lopez. Gabriel is guitarist for Fractured Halo, and lives in Fallbrook, Calif.

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