Metallica – Full Concert – 07/24/99 – Woodstock 99 East Stage (OFFICIAL)


Metallica – Full Concert
Recorded Live: 7/24/1999 – Woodstock 99 East Stage (Rome, NY)

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0:00:00 – So What
0:02:37 – Master Of Puppets
0:06:08 – For Whom The Bell Tolls
0:11:06 – Fuel
0:15:33 – King Nothing
0:23:17 – Bleeding Me
0:32:03 – Sad But True
0:38:16 – Turn The Page
0:44:06 – Wherever I May Roam
0:50:40 – One
0:58:19 – Fight Fire With Fire
1:03:52 – Nothing Else Matters
1:09:38 – Seek & Destroy


Choose your Reaction!
  • James look like 86 James but with a goatee and shorter hair lmao

  • The mud was over our ankles in front of the stage then we slept under a little walkway bridge being young and dumb

  • Probably been said a million times but it's nice seeing people rocking out instead of watching a gig on their phone screen as they record it like most live crowds these days.
    Always no phone at gigs forever for me on principle. Memories remain as some band once said. And if you cant remember than was a good time

  • This was such a good era for them, their writing and performances were total peak

  • "I've even sucked an old man's cock"

    Dude, that's very gay, sigh,I'm embarrassed to hear Metallica singing that.

  • I prefer Megadeth, but Metallica puts on a better show I’ll give them that!

  • that is the last time im still like his voice,the energy,headbang,badass,mother fucker to the to see james do that

  • This version of Seek and destroy is 1000 times better than the original. No wonder why Sting used this song in WCW

  • wtf happened to master of puppets damn shit 3 min version there

  • I think Lars was beyond instrumental to Metallica's success, but I'm hearing mistakes and I don't even play drums. But no one is going to see these dudes for perfect drumming and this was a great show. Thanks for uploading.

  • There's no other band that has what Metallica has. They are the most original band still alive today.

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