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Metallica S&m Highlights

Metallica S&m Highlights

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Electric Bass
Composer Hetfield/Ulrich/Hamm
Arranger Metallica
Artist Metallica
Publisher Cherry Lane Music Co Inc
Series Bass
Catalog # 02500288
Permanently Out of Print
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Product Description

Metallica S&m Highlights Composed by Hetfield/Ulrich/Hamm. Arranged by Metallica. Performed by Metallica. For Electric Bass. Published by Cherry Lane Music Co Inc. (Catalog # 02500288, UPC: 073999367799)

Note-for-note bass transcriptions with tab for 11 songs selected by Metallica from the 2-disc set of songs recorded during their two groundbreaking concert performances with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. Features Metallica mas terpieces such as: Bleeding Me * The Call of Ktulu * Enter Sandman * Hero of t he Day * Master of Puppets * Nothing Else Matters * One * Until It Sleeps * an d more. Includes photos.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BLEEDING ME METALLICA HETFIELD/ULRICH/HAMM  
CALL OF KTULU,THE METALLICA HETFIELD/ULRICH/MUST  
ENTER SANDMAN METALLICA HETFIELD/ULRICH/HAMM Digital Delivery
HERO OF THE DAY METALLICA HETFIELD/ULRICH/HAMM Digital Delivery
HUMAN METALLICA HETFIELD/ULRICH  
MASTER OF PUPPETS METALLICA BURTON/HETFIELD/HAMM Digital Delivery
NO LEAF CLOVER METALLICA HETFIELD/ULRICH  
NOTHING ELSE MATTERS METALLICA HETFIELD/ULRICH Digital Delivery
ONE METALLICA HETFIELD/ULRICH Digital Delivery
OUTLAW TORN,THE METALLICA HETFIELD/ULRICH  
UNTIL IT SLEEPS METALLICA HETFIELD/ULRICH Digital Delivery

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