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Metallica|Live at Woodstock '94 (Live)

Live at Woodstock '94 (Live)

Metallica

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1
Breadfan (Live)
00:04:30

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2
Master Of Puppets (Live)
00:03:19

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3
Wherever I May Roam (Live)
00:07:30

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4
Harvester Of Sorrow (Live)
00:06:48

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5
Fade To Black (Live)
00:07:36

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6
For Whom The Bell Tolls (Live)
00:07:53

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7
Seek & Destroy (Live)
00:10:37

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8
Nothing Else Matters (Live)
00:08:39

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9
Creeping Death (Live)
00:07:06

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10
Whiplash (Live)
00:04:37

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11
Sad But True (Live)
00:08:25

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12
One (Live)
00:07:00

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13
Enter Sandman (Live)
00:06:45

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14
So What_ (Live)
00:03:21

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