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Ozzy presents the new bass player Jason Newsted.(from Metallica.)

A Kid From The Make a Wish Foundation Gets his Wish Granted!

Les Claypool taking Master of Puppets to a whole new level with the whole crazy slap thing. Redneck at its best…

Check my website: www.mikanyyssola.fi Cool Ads included on the video! Have fun people! :) Check those videos: Cool music! NICE! Robert Trujillo became Metallica’s bassist on February 24th, 2003 after auditioning for the band and fitting in with fellow band members James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, and Kirk Hammett. Trujillo received 1 million dollars from the band as an advance on the percentage he would earn by being in Metallica.

Jason Newsted (or perhaps Cliff Burton, i don’t really know) having a funny accident on stage

a bass solo by robert trujillo from metallica

Please buy Bloodstock tickets off of my link, will be much appreciated, and I will try and return the favour in some way: www.bloodstock.uk.com All of you come to Bloodstock, shit will be so gnarly. Metallica’s new single The Day That Never Comes, from their latest album Death Magnetic. It is a great song, I thoroughly recommend you buy the album. Copyright 2008 Metallica and Warner Bros. Records. ALL CONTENT BELONGS TO WMG. Warner Bros. Records Inc., A Warner Music Group Company. 3300 Warner Blvd., Burbank, CA 1290 Avenue Of The Americas, New York,NY © 2008 E/M Ventures. Made in USA All Right Reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws. Unauthorized copying is punishable under federal law. Produced by Rick Rubin www.metallica.com warnerbrorecords.com Metallica Death Magnetic REAL MetallicA fans always buy the CD and dont illegally download. There is no better experience than owning an awesome CD. Subscribe to my channel to hear MetallicA’s next songs before they are released.

the song is called Jungle Essence i didnt want 2 put it as da title cuz iono if anyone else knows about this song its robert trujillos solo PS stop saying whos better (jason, cliff or rob)iv read da comment over and over and no ones going to agree with no one so just drop dat plz point is there all good bass players if there good enough for metallica there good enough for me

Nathan Jonas «Joey» Jordison is an American rock musician. He is best known for his role as the drummer for the band Slipknot. He is also well known as the guitarist for Murderdolls, a glam metal/horror punk band which he founded in the 2000s, that is currently on hiatus due to the Murderdolls’ members’ main projects. As of 2007, he is also Black Metal band Gorgoroth’s live drummer for the United States. In 2006, he was the drummer for the industrial metal band Ministry. For the most of 2007, Jordison took over the drumming duties for the nu-metal band Korn before going back to the studio to work on Slipknot’s fourth studio album. In the summer of 2004 at Download Festival, Lars Ulrich of headliners Metallica was unable to perform with the band. Jordison stepped up and filled in for Ulrich. Joey played most of the set with Metallica. Lars Ulrich (born December 26, 1963) is the drummer and co-founder of Metallica. He was born in Gentofte, Denmark to an upper middle-class family. A tennis prodigy in his youth, Ulrich moved to Los Angeles, California at age seventeen to pursue his training, but instead of playing tennis, he ended up as a drummer. After publishing an advertisement in a local Los Angeles newspaper called The Recycler, he met James Hetfield and formed Metallica. Metallica is an American heavy metal band formed in Los Angeles, California in 1981.[1] Metallica has become one of the most commercially successful musical acts of recent decades, and are considered

Metallica — Fuel This is the new Metallica-sound, or not the new but this is some of their newest stuff. And that is not as popular and good as the classic Metallica stuff, just so you know: Metallica play Thrash-Metal too:) «Fuel» is the opening song from Metallica’s ReLoad album. It stems from the thrill of fast driving and street racing. The song could also be applied to the fact that people like to drive their lives (like their cars) too fast. It is one of James Hetfield’s favorite songs as he later said before a concert played at an Oakland Raiders game,»We have to play Fuel…’cause it gets me pumped up.» (taped on Some Kind of Monster) Another interpretation of this song, which reflects the external struggles of the band members themselves as well as the personal lyric style James Hetfield adopted beginning with The Black Album, suggests that the song is about addiction. Specifically the addiction may be Hetfield’s alcoholism, but it could be a reference to any sort of addiction. It is a reference to whatever it may be that fuels a person. Further, it may reflect Hetfield’s decision to substitute his love of cars and racing for his love of alcohol. This is evidenced throughout the entire song and survives interpretation; the song may get the band and the crowd «pumped up,» but it is by no means as simple a song as it appears. The song was written by Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, and Kirk Hammett, and was the third single from the album. It is now a permanent fixture at

live in bag day out with amazing bass solo fo robert trujillo for whom the bell tolls song’ metallica