Still, whether there's any merit to the claims or not, these are still early, and incredibly raw, Metallica recordings, and if you're into that sort of thing, then this could be a nice little (bootleg) addition to your collection. It's got Dave Mustaine on guitar and Ron McGovney on bass, for all those super purists out there that can't get enough of those raw, old-school garage days, but ultimately this is nothing more than a cheap, barely audible, knock-off version of Metallica's debut album, 'Kill 'em All'. Stick with that instead.
Album Name Bay Area Thrashers - The Early Days. Labels Outlaw Recordings Ranch Life. Produced by Richard Driscoll. Music StyleThrash Metal. Members owning this album73.
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Live, containing no apparent differences from Metallica: Bay Area Thrashers. Four of the songs from this particular session were later released as B-Sides on various album singles. Two other songs, The Unforgiven and Holier Than Thou, were recorded as demos during studio recording sessions.
Maverick Revolution Victory. Bay Area Thrashers: Early Days of the Metal Attack.
|1-1||Introduction / Creeping Death|
|1-2||Ride The Lightning|
|1-3||Cliff Burton Bass Solo|
|1-4||For Whom The Bell Tolls|
|1-6||The Money Will Roll Right In|
|2-2||Am I Evil?|
|2-5||Seek And Destroy|
|2-6||Fight Fire With Fire|