Official Metallica.com footage from METALLICA’s October 12, 2009 concert at MTS Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada — including clips of pre-show tuning-room jam and the actual performance — can be viewed below.
The band’s setlist was as follows:
01. That Was Just Your Life
02. The End Of The Line
03. For Whom The Bell Tolls
04. The Memory Remains
06. Broken, Beat And Scarred
08. Sad But True
09. The Unforgiven
10. All Nightmare Long
11. The Day That Never Comes
12. Master Of Puppets
13. Damage, Inc.
14. Nothing Else Matters
15. Enter Sandman
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18. Seek and Destroy
METALLICA has launched an iPhone application that “creates a streaming interface to your LiveMetallica account,” meaning that any live show fans have downloaded from the site will automatically stream to their iPhones once they launch the app, which costs 99 cents. Fans just have to purchase the app at the iPhone store and log onto their account at LiveMetallica.com to access every gig they’ve downloaded, as well as a free stream of the band’s latest concert. More developments and features are also on the way.
METALLICA has added single-song downloads to the LiveMetallica.com web site. Instead of buying only entire concerts, fans can pick whatever individual songs they want from any concert they choose from. Every song that the band has recorded in concert since 2004, covering a span of 269 shows, is available for 99 cents per MP3. Full shows are still $9.95 as MP3 files and $12.95 as higher-quality FLAC files.
LiveMetallica.com was launched in March 2004 and makes downloads available for purchase of every show the band has played since then, often within hours of the gig’s finale.
More than 300,000 downloads have been purchased at the site since its launch.
The “Vault” section of the site offers free downloads of shows recorded before 2004.
More shows will crop up at the site in upcoming weeks, since METALLICA just launched a new North American tour last month. The band has dates booked through mid-December.
Check out the following videos from Winnipeg: