Metallica ‎– $19.98 Home Vid Cliff 'Em All!

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PolyGram Music Video ‎– 041 666 2
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Tracklist

01 Creeping Death '86
02 Am I Evil? '86
03 Damage, Inc. '86
04 Master Of Puppets '86
05 Whiplash '83
06 The Four Horsemen '85
07 Fade To Black '85
08 Seek & Destroy '85
09 Welcome Home (Sanitarium) '86
10 For Whom The Bell Tolls '85
11 No Remorse '83
12 Metal Militia '83

Notes

All tracks are live footage; in-between there is interview footage, home video footage and photo slide-shows.

Running time: 90 minutes

Other Versions (5 of 22) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
40i06-3 Metallica $19.98 Home Vid Cliff 'Em All!(VHS, Hi-) Elektra 40i06-3 US 1987 Sell This Version
9 40106-6 Metallica $24.98 Home Vid Cliff 'Em All!(Laserdisc, 12", NTSC) Elektra Entertainment 9 40106-6 US 1987 Sell This Version
0416662 Metallica Home Vid Cliff 'Em All!(VHS) PolyGram Video 0416662 Netherlands 1988 Sell This Version
041 6662 Metallica $19.98 Home Vid Cliff 'Em All!(VHS, Hi-) Phonogram 041 6662 UK & Europe 1987 Sell This Version
CFV 08112 Metallica Home Vid - Cliff 'Em All!(VHS, PAL) PolyGram Music Video CFV 08112 UK 1988 Sell This Version

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vargind

vargind

September 27, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

In my opinion this is the best thing that Metallica ever released. Most of the live footage is bootleg quality, taken by people in the crowd, which really makes you feel more like you are there than the standard live music video where the band has got about 20 cameras and you are subjected to endless angle changes, close-ups of the drummer etc.

This is Metallica in their prime. All the songs are killer material off their far superior first three albums. The tone of the video is suitably reverential to recently deceased bass player Cliff Burton, so that even the lengthy bass solos which I normally wouldn't have time for seem necessary and justified. Afterall, this video is a tribute to him.

The highlight for me however is "Whiplash" from 1983, where lead guitar is played by Dave Mustaine (before he was kicked out), and you are treated to maximum posing and hair-swishing. It's a classic!