Metallica played their fourth and final “intimate” anniversary show for fan club members last night (Dec. 10) at the Fillmore in San Francisco. The band has been performing and releasing previously unheard songs from 2008′s ‘Death Magnetic’ with each show as well as inviting some key guests from ‘Tallica’s history to perform with them. Last night, they debuted ‘Rebel of Babylon’ and brought former guitarist Dave Mustaine, ex-bassists Jason Newsted and Ron McGovney (he pre-dates Cliff Burton) and Hugh Tanner, who was in Leather Charm with James Hetfield and McGovney, on stage.

Producer Bob Rock, who manned the boards for ‘The Black Album,’ among others, hit the stage, as did Black Sabbath pioneers Ozzy Osbourne and Geezer Butler.

And that’s what we call an all-star lineup.

‘Tallica performed a 20-song set, which was as follows:


‘Through the Never’

‘Ride the Lightning’

‘The God That Failed’

‘Welcome Home (Sanitarium)’

‘Rebel Of Babylon’


‘Dirty Window’ (with Bob Rock)

‘Frantic’ (with Bob Rock)

‘Sabbra Cadabra’ (with Geezer Butler)

‘Iron Man’ (with Ozzy Osbourne, Geezer Butler)

‘Paranoid’ (with Ozzy Osbourne, Geezer Butler)

‘King Nothing’ (with Jason Newsted)

‘Whiplash’ (with Jason Newsted)

‘Motorbreath’ (with Hugh Tanner)

‘Phantom Lord’ (with Dave Mustaine)

‘Jump in the Fire’ (with Dave Mustaine)

‘Metal Militia’ (with Dave Mustaine)

‘Hit the Lights’ (with Lloyd Grant, Dave Mustaine, Ron McGovney)

‘Seek & Destroy’ (with Jason Newsted, Dave Mustaine, Lloyd Grant, Ron McGovney, Hugh Tanner, Mark Osegueda and The Soul Rebels)

Watch Metallica Perform ‘Hit the Lights’
Watch Metallica Perform ‘King Nothing’


Watch Metallica Perform ‘Whiplash’


Watch Metallica with Ozzy + Geezer of Black Sabbath


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