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3.71 | 17 ratings | 2 reviews | 35% 5 stars

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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 2008

Songs / Tracks Listing

CD 1:
1. All Nightmare Long
2. Wherever I May Roam (Live)
3. Master Of Puppets (Live)

CD 2:
1. All Nightmare Long
2. Blackened (Live)
3. Seek & Destroy (Live)

1. All Nightmare Long
2. Berlin Magnetic (Documentary)
3. Rock im Park - Container Rehearsal

Line-up / Musicians

- James Hetfield / vocals, guitar
- Lars Ulrich / drums
- Kirk Hammett / lead guitars
- Robert Trujillo / bass

Releases information

Warner Bros.
December 15th, 2008

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METALLICA All Nightmare Long ratings distribution

(17 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of rock music(35%)
Excellent addition to any rock music collection(24%)
Good, but non-essential (29%)
Collectors/fans only (6%)
Poor. Only for completionists (6%)

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Review by Conor Fynes
4 stars 'All Nightmare Long' - Metallica (Single)

The good Metallica is finally back in action! 'Death Magnetic' is obviously a huge step up from their last three disaster-pieces, and should be even to those that might not like it too much. Despite having never been big into Metallica, I am finding myself really getting into Metallica's latest musical offerings. This particular track is arguably my favourite off of 'Magnetic,' and it builds up the way a really epic track should. Starting out dark and soft, it's not long before some real power and energy comes on and blows the lid off.

While the song is fairly long, it does revolve around a chorus which can get pretty catchy despite the speed and ferocity of everything around it. One of the best things about this track in fact, is the music video that accompanies it. While most music videos just film the band standing around and syncing their fake-playing along to the recording, the video for 'All Nightmare Long' plays almost like a short film, with a storyline and everything. To summarize, the video elaborates on the mystery surrounding the Tunguska, Russia meteorite impact, and an extra-terrestrial spore that can be used to re-animate dead tissue. Before you know it, the Soviets are out bringing dead Commie zombies back to life, and all hell breaks loose. Throw in a ton of Soviet propoganda charm for good measure, and you have one of the most memorable music videos I've ever seen. The song is awesome without the visual media to go with it, but it only helps to make it a more vibrant experience.

One of the highlights from 'Death Magnetic' and a sign that Metallica are back in form!

Latest members reviews

3 stars One of the best tracks from 2008's 'Death Magnetic', an album brimming with great songs, 'All Nightmare Long' rightfully received a single release and a promotional video, and as is always the case with Metallica, there's multiple versions and discs. This one, disc one of a three-disc set, f ... (read more)

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