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My ideal Metallica set list

December 1st, 2008 by travis hay

I know I have no say whatsoever in what songs Metallica chooses to play, but I thought it would be fun to put together a set list for tonight’s Metallica concert anyway. Also, it will likely be interesting to compare what songs I want Metallica to play with the songs the band actually performs.

If you’re reading this James, Lars, Kirk or Bob (can I call you Bob, Mr. Trujillo?) it would be great if you included “Breadfan,” “Creeping Death,” “Last Caress” and “Four Horsemen” in tonight’ set. I mean, can you remember the last time you guys broke out “Breadfan”? Me neither. Also, notice that I did not include “Sad But True,” “Unforgiven” or anything from the Load and St. Anger debacles. Just stick to the metal guys, stick to the metal.

That Was Just Your Life
Battery
For Whom the Bell Tolls
One
Master of Puppets
The Day That Never Comes
Enter Sandman
Breadfan
Broken, Beat and Scarred
Cyanide
Whiplash
Fight Fire With Fire
Last Caress
Creeping Death
Fade To Black
ENCORE
Four Horsemen
So What
Seek and Destroy

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3 Responses to “My ideal Metallica set list”

  1. rob Says:

    another complainer, you guys make me sick.metallica is the best band on the planet andthey play what they play.suck it up buttercup and enjoy the show although you dont deserve to be there!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. geoffrey Says:

    Metallica is a good band as commented above. BUT
    Not all there songs are great. Especially anything they have done since 1989. So suck it up buttercup.

  3. Andy Says:

    Screw the haters! LONG LIVE THE GODS OF METAL — METALLICA!!!!!!!!

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