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METALLICA MOVIE SOUNDTRACK SET FOR SEPTEMBER RELEASE

The soundtrack to the upcoming 3D motion picture, Metallica Through The Never, will be released on September 24th. The two-disc project, which will be released on the band's own Blackened Recordings, will highlight last year's shows at Rexall Place in Edmonton and Rogers Arena in Vancouver, where the band filmed all performance footage featured in the film.

The Metallica Through The Never soundtrack is already available for digital pre-order.

Fans will also have access to a special vinyl edition of the soundtrack later this the fall.

Lars Ulrich said, "Let's hear it for the old school soundtrack! Not only are we beyond psyched about our movie coming your way shortly, but the fact that we get to share the music directly in all these formats is way f*****' cool."

Here is the track listing for Metallica Through The Never (Music from the Motion Picture)"
Disc 1
1. THE ECSTASY OF GOLD
2. CREEPING DEATH
3. FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS
4. FUEL
5. RIDE THE LIGHTNING
6. ONE
7. THE MEMORY REMAINS
8. WHEREVER I MAY ROAM
9. CYANIDE
10. ...AND JUSTICE FOR ALL
Disc 2
1. MASTER OF PUPPETS
2. BATTERY
3. NOTHING ELSE MATTERS
4. ENTER SANDMAN
5. HIT THE LIGHTS
6. ORION

Metallica Through the Never will be in IMAX 3D theaters on September 27th and in theaters everywhere on October 4th.



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BOB DYLAN ANNOUNCES LATEST EDITION IN BOOTLEG SERIES



Bob started releasing his Bootleg Series in 1991 and he recently announced plans to release the the next edition, The Bootleg Series, Vol. 10 - Another Self Portrait (1969-1971), on August 27th. The four disc project will feature never-before-heard material from Dylan's original acoustic sessions and outtakes from Self Portrait along with select cuts from 1968's Nashville Skyline and 1970's New Morning.

Dylan originally began recording Self Portrait in New York City in April of 1969 but then stopped recording until March 1970. The break didn't make much sense since Dylan was actually recording a lot of covers.
Al Kooper, who played organ on the project, told Rolling Stone, "It was bizarre. He wasn't writing any of the songs, which is an important part of a Bob Dylan album. He had a pile of Sing Out! magazines and he was taking the songs, as in the chords and lyrics, straight out of them. They were his main feed, then they pulled other things like 'Mr. Bojanges' and 'The Boxer.' I was like, 'Yikes!' At one point we recorded 'Come a Little Bit Closer' by Jay and the Americans. Hopefully nobody ever hears that."

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FLASHBACK: 40 YEARS AGO - PAUL McCARTNEY & WINGS' ORIGINAL LINEUP PLAYS FINAL GI

It was 40 years ago tonight (July 10th, 1973) that the original lineup of Paul McCartney's solo band Wings played their 58th and final show in Newcastle, England. The show was recorded by McCartney and briefly considered to be released as Wings' first live album and followup to their recent chart-topper, Red Rose Speedway. An acetate of the show at Newcastle City Hall was pressed by Apple Records and has since made the rounds on the bootleg and collectors circles.

The concert, which featured McCartney on bass and keyboards, also included wife Linda on keyboards, Denny Laine on rhythm guitar, bass and keyboards -- and the soon departed Denny Seiwell on drums and Henry McCullough on lead guitar. Both McCullough and Seiwell would regroup with Wings on McCartney's Scottish farm later in July to rehearse the material for the Band On The Run album, but both left abruptly before sessions began in Lagos, Nigeria.



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REMEMBERING JIM MORRISON



It was 42 years ago today (July 3rd, 1971) that Jim Morrison was found dead in the bathtub of his apartment in Paris, France by his longtime companion, Pamela Courson. The local coroner ruled the official cause of death for the 27-year-old Doors frontman as "heart attack induced by respiratory problems." Morrison was buried in Paris's Pere Lachaise Cemetery on July 9th of that year.

On May 20th, 2013, Morrison's closest musical ally, and most fervent supporter, bandmate Ray Manzarek, died at age 74 in Rosenheim, Germany at the RoMed Clinic following a long battle with bile duct cancer.

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