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Reload

Reload

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Electric Bass
Composer Hetfield/Ulrich/Hamm
Arranger Metallica
Artist Metallica
Publisher Cherry Lane Music Co Inc
Series Bass
Catalog # 02505926
Permanently Out of Print
Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Product Description

Reload Composed by Hetfield/Ulrich/Hamm. Arranged by Metallica. Performed by Metallica. For Electric Bass. Published by Cherry Lane Music Co Inc. (Catalog # 02505926, UPC: 073999059267)

Bass transcriptions for the band's follow-up to their phenomenally successful album, Load. Includes bio, photos, and more. Attitude * Bad Seed * Better Than You * Carpe Diem Baby * Devil's Dance * Fixxxer * Fuel * Low Man's Lyric * Th e Memory Remains * Prince Charming * Slither * The Unforgiven II * Where the W ild Things Are.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ATTITUDE METALLICA  
BAD SEED METALLICA HETFIELD/ULRICH/HAMM  
BETTER THAN YOU METALLICA HETFIELD/ULRICH  
CARPE DIEM BABY METALLICA HETFIELD/ULRICH/HAMM  
DEVIL'S DANCE METALLICA HETFIELD/ULRICH/WILL  
FIXXXER METALLICA  
FUEL METALLICA HETFIELD/ULRICH/PHIL  
LOW MAN'S LYRIC METALLICA  
MEMORY REMAINS,THE METALLICA HETFIELD/ULRICH  
PRINCE CHARMING METALLICA  
SLITHER METALLICA  
UNFORGIVEN II,THE METALLICA HETFIELD/ULRICH  
WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE METALLICA HETFIELD/ULRICH/NEWS  

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