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Metallica: Classic Songs

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Voicing/Format Drum Set
Desc With Dvd
Composer Hammett/Hetfield/Ulr
Artist Metallica
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Percussion
Grade Adv
Catalog # 02501625

Price: $19.99

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Product Description

Metallica: Classic Songs Composed by Hammett/Hetfield/Ulr. Performed by Metallica. For Drum Set. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 02501625, UPC: 884088548025)

Note-for-note transcriptions for 8 classic songs with a DVD including instruction by Jack E. Roth for all the important drum grooves and fills. Songs: Damage, Inc. · Fight Fire with Fire · Frantic · Hero of the Day · Jump in the Fire · The Memory Remains · The Shortest Straw · Wherever I May Roam.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
DAMAGE INC. METALLICA BURTON/HETFIELD/HAMM  
FIGHT FIRE WITH FIRE METALLICA BURTON/ELEFANTE/HETF  
FRANTIC METALLICA HETFIELD/HAMMET/ROCK Digital Delivery
HERO OF THE DAY METALLICA HAMMETT/HETFIELD/ULR  
JUMP IN THE FIRE METALLICA HETFIELD/MUSTAINE/UL  
MEMORY REMAINS,THE METALLICA HETFIELD/ULRICH  
SHORTEST STRAW,THE METALLICA HETFIELD/ULRICH  
WHEREVER I MAY ROAM METALLICA HETFIELD/ULRICH/MUST  

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