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Hit the Lights

Album: ''Hit the Lights'' (1982 Demo)
1. Hit the Lights
2. Killing Time (Sweet Savage cover)
3. Let it Loose (Savage Cover)

Metal Up Your Ass

Album: ''Metal Up Your Ass'' (1982 Demo)
1. Hit the Lights
2. The Mechanix
3. Phantom Lord
4. Jump in the Fire
5. Motorbreath
6. No Remorse
7. Seek and Destroy
8. Whiplash
9. Am I Evil? (Diamond Head Cover)
10. Metal Militia

No Life

Album: ''No Life 'til Leather'' (1982 Demo)
1. Hit the Lights
2. The Mechanix
3. Motorbreath
4. Seek & Destroy
5. Metal Militia
6. Jump in the Fire
7. Phantom Lord

Power Metal demo

Album: ''Power Metal demo'' (1982 Demo)
1. Hit the Lights
2. Jump In the Fire
3. The Mechanix
4. Motorbreath

Ron McGovney

Album: ''Ron McGovney's '82 Garage Demo'' (1982 Demo)
1. Hit The Lights
2. Jump In The Fire
3. Killing Time (Sweet Savage cover)
4. Let It Loose (Savage cover)
5. Sucking My Love (Diamond Head cover)
6. The Prince (Diamond Head cover)
7. Am I Evil? (Diamond Head cover)
8. Helpless (Diamond Head cover)

Horsemen Of The Apocalypse

Album: ''Horsemen Of The Apocalypse'' (1983 Demo)
1. Fight Fire With Fire
2. Ride The Lightning
3. The Prince (Diamond Head Cover Live)

Album: ''Megaforce demo'' (1983 Demo)
1. Whiplash
2. No Remorse

Ride the Lightning

Album: ''Ride the Lightning'' (1984)
1. Fight Fire With Fire
2. Ride the Lightning
3. For Whom the Bell Tolls
4. Fade to Black
5. Trapped Under Ice
6. Escape
7. Creeping Death
8. The Call of Ktulu

Creeping Death

Album: ''Creeping Death'' (1984 EP)
1. Creeping Death
2. Am I Evil? (Diamond Head Cover)
3. Blitzkrieg (Blitzkrieg Cover)

Jump in the Fire

Album: ''Jump in the Fire'' (1984 Single)
1. Jump in the Fire
2. Seek and Destroy
3. Phantom Lord

Album: ''Master of Puppets demo'' (1985 Demo)
1. Disposable Heroes (take 1)
2. Disposable Heroes (take 2)
3. Battery
4. Welcome Home
5. Orion
6. Master of Puppets


Album: ''Whiplash'' (1985 EP)
1. Jump in the Fire
2. Whiplash (remix)
3. Seek and Destroy
4. Phantom Lord

Master of Puppets

Album: ''Master of Puppets'' (1986)
1. Battery
2. Master of Puppets
3. The Thing That Should Not Be
4. Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
5. Disposable Heroes
6. Leper Messiah
7. Orion
8. Damage, Inc.

And Justice for All

Album: ''And Justice for All'' (1987 Demo)
1. Blackened
2. ...and Justice for All
3. Eye of the Beholder
4. One
5. The Shortest Straw
6. Harvester of Sorrow
7. Frayed Ends of Sanity
8. To Live is to Die
9. Dyers Eve

Garage Days Re-Revisited

Album: ''Garage Days Re-Revisited'' (1987 EP)
1. Helpless (Diamond Head cover)
2. The Small Hours (Holocaust cover)
3. The Wait (Killing Joke cover)
4. Crash Course in Brain Surgery (Budgie cover)
5. Last Caress/Green Hell (Misfits cover)


Album: ''Cliff 'Em All!'' (1987 Video/VHS)
1. Creeping Death (live'86)
2. Am I Evil ? (live'86)
3. Damage, Inc. (live'86)
4. Master Of Puppets (live'86)
5. Whiplash (live'83)
6. The Four Horsemen (live'85)
7. Fade To Black (live'85)
8. Seek & Destroy (live'85)
9. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (live'86)
10. For Whom The Bell Tolls (live'85)
11. No Remorse (live'83)
12. Metal Militia (live'83)

...And Justice for All

Album: ''...And Justice for All'' (1988)
1. Blackened
2. ...and Justice for All
3. Eye of the Beholder
4. One
5. The Shortest Straw
6. Harvester of Sorrow
7. The Frayed Ends of Sanity
8. To Live Is to Die
9. Dyers Eve

Eye of the Beholder

Album: ''Eye of the Beholder'' (1988 Single)
1. Eye of the Beholder
2. Breadfan (Budgie Cover)

Harvester of Sorrow

Album: ''Harvester of Sorrow'' (1988 Single)
1. Harvester of Sorrow
2. Breadfan (Budgie Cover)
3. The Prince (Diamond Head Cover)


Album: ''One'' (1989 EP)
1. One
2. Breadfan (Budgie Cover)
3. For Whom the Bell Tolls (live)
4. (Welcome Home) Sanitarium (live)
5. One (demo)

One (demo)

Album: ''One (demo)'' (1989 Single)
1. One (demo)
2. For Whom the Bell Tolls (live)
3. Creeping Death (live)

Album: ''Welcome Home (Sanitarium)'' (1989 Single)
1. Welcome Home (Sanitarium)

2 of One

Album: ''2 of One'' (1989 Video/VHS)
1. One
2. One


Album: ''Metallica'' (1991)
1. Enter Sandman
2. Sad but True
3. Holier Than Thou
4. The Unforgiven
5. Wherever I May Roam
6. Don't Tread on Me
7. Through the Never
8. Nothing Else Matters
9. Of Wolf and Man
10. The God That Failed
11. My Friend of Misery
12. The Struggle Within

Enter Sandman

Album: ''Enter Sandman'' (1991 Single)
1. Enter Sandman
2. Stone Cold Crazy (Queen cover)
3. Enter Sandman (demo)

The Unforgiven

Album: ''The Unforgiven'' (1991 Single)
1. The Unforgiven
2. Killing Time (Sweet Savage Cover)
3. The Unforgiven (demo)

Live at Wembley Stadium

Album: ''Live at Wembley Stadium'' (1992 EP)
1. Enter Sandman (live)
2. Sad But True (live)
3. Nothing Else Matters (live)

Nothing Else Matters

Album: ''Nothing Else Matters'' (1992 Single)
1. Nothing Else Matters
2. Enter Sandman (live)
3. Harvester of Sorrow (live)
4. Nothing Else Matters (demo)

Sad But True Single

Album: ''Sad But True Single'' (1992 Single)
1. Sad But True
2. So What
3. Harvester Of Sorrow (Live)

Wherever I May Roam

Album: ''Wherever I May Roam'' (1992 Single)
1. Wherever I May Roam
2. Fade to Black (Live)
3. Wherever I May Roam (Demo)

15 Pieces Of Live Shit promo

Album: ''15 Pieces Of Live Shit promo'' (1993 EP)
1. Enter Sandman
2. Creeping Death
3. Harvester Of Sorrow
4. Welcome Home
5. Sad But True
6. Wherever I May Roam
7. The Unforgiven
8. The Thing That Should Not Be
9. Nothing Else Matters
10. For Whom The Bell Tolls
11. Fade To Black
12. Master Of Puppets
13. Seek & Destroy
14. One
15. Battery

Enter sandman / One

Album: ''Enter sandman / One'' (1993 Single)
1. Enter Sandman - Live
2. One - Live

Sad But True

Album: ''Sad But True'' (1993 Single)
1. Sad But True
2. Nothing Else Matters (live)
3. Sad But True (live)

Sad But True (4-track single)

Album: ''Sad But True (4-track single)'' (1993 Single)
1. Sad But True (album version)
2. Nothing Else Matters (elevator version)
3. Creeping Death (live)
4. Sad But True (demo)

One (live)

Album: ''One (live)'' (1994 Single)
1. One
2. One (demo)
3. One (live)


Album: ''Load'' (1996)
1. Ain't My Bitch
2. 2x4
3. The House Jack Built
4. Until It Sleeps
5. King Nothing
6. Hero of the Day
7. Bleeding Me
8. Cure
9. Poor Twisted Me
10. Wasting My Hate
11. Mama Said
12. Thorn Within
13. Ronnie
14. The Outlaw Torn

Mandatory Metallica

Album: ''Mandatory Metallica'' (1996 EP)
1. Enter Sandman
2. Nothing Else Matters
3. One
4. Harvester of Sorrow
5. Creeping Death
6. Fade to Black
7. For Whom the Bell Tolls


Album: ''Ain't My Bitch promo'' (1996 Single)
1. Ain't My Bitch


Album: ''Ain't My Bitch promo'' (1996 Single)
1. Ain't My Bitch

Hero of the day

Album: ''Hero of the day'' (1996 Single)
1. Hero of the day
2. Kill/ride medley (live)

King Nothing

Album: ''King Nothing'' (1996 Single)
1. King Nothing
2. Ain't My Bitch (live)

Mama Said

Album: ''Mama Said'' (1996 Single)
1. Mama Said
2. King Nothing (live)
3. Whiplash (live)
4. Mama Said (edit)

Until it Sleeps: Part I

Album: ''Until it Sleeps: Part I'' (1996 Single)
1. Until It Sleeps
2. 2x4 (live)
3. F.O.B.D.

Until it Sleeps: Part II

Album: ''Until it Sleeps: Part II'' (1996 Single)
1. Until It Sleeps
2. Overkill (Motörhead Cover)

Album: ''Until It Sleeps'' (1996 Video/VHS)
1. Until It Sleeps


Album: ''Reload'' (1997)
1. Fuel
2. The Memory Remains
3. Devil's Dance
4. The Unforgiven II
5. Better Than You
6. Slither
7. Carpe Diem Baby
8. Bad Seed
9. Where the Wild Things Are
10. Prince Charming
11. Low Man's Lyric
12. Attitude
13. Fixxxer

Live in London (1996)

Album: ''Live in London (1996)'' (1997 EP)
1. Helpless
2. The Four Horsemen
3. Of Wolf and Man
4. The Thing That Should Not Be
5. The Memory Remains
6. King Nothing
7. No Remorse
8. Am I Evil? (Diamond Head cover)
9. Bleeding Me
10. Stone Cold Crazy
11. The Wait
12. Damage Inc.

The Memory Remains

Album: ''The Memory Remains'' (1997 Single)
1. The Memory Remains
2. Fuel For Fire - Work in progress with different lyrics
3. Memory - demo version

Album: ''The Memory Remains (Promo)'' (1997 Single)
1. The Memory Remains

The Memory Remains single

Album: ''The Memory Remains single'' (1997 Single)
1. The Memory Remains
2. For Whom The Bell Tolls (Haven't heard it yet mix)

The Unforgiven II

Album: ''The Unforgiven II'' (1997 Single)
1. The Unforgiven II
2. Helpless (live - Diamon Head cover)
3. The Four Horsemen (live)
4. Of Wolf And Man (live)

Garage Inc.

Album: ''Garage Inc.'' (1998 Best of/Compilation)
1. Free Speech For The Dumb (Discharge Cover)
2. It's Electric (Diamond Head Cover)
3. Sabbra Cadabra (Black Sabbath Cover)
4. Turn The Page (Bob Seger Cover)
5. Die, Die My Darling (Misfits Cover)
6. Loverman (Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds Cover)
7. Mercyful Fate (Mercyful Fate Cover)
8. Astronomy (Blue Öyster Cult Cover)
9. Whiskey In The Jar (Thin Lizzy Cover)
10. Tuesday's Gone (Lynyrd Skynyrd Cover)
11. The More I See (Discharge Cover)
12. Killing Time (Sweet Savage Cover)
13. Overkill (Motörhead Cover)
14. Damage Case (Motörhead Cover)
15. Stone Dead Forever (Motörhead Cover)
16. Too Late Too Late (Motörhead Cover)

Cunning Stunts

Album: ''Cunning Stunts'' (1998 DVD)
1. So What
2. Creeping Death
3. Sad But True
4. Ain't My Bitch
5. Hero of the Day
6. King Nothing
7. One
8. Fuel
9. Bass/Guitar Doodle
10. Nothing Else Matters
11. Until It Sleeps
12. For Whom the Bell Tolls
13. Wherever I May Roam
14. Fade To Black
15. Kill/Ride Medley
16. Last Caress
17. Master of Puppets
18. Enter Sandman
19. Am I Evil? (Diamond Head Cover)
20. Motorbreath


Album: ''Fuel'' (1998 Single)
1. Fuel
2. Sad But True (live)
3. Nothing Else Matters (live)

Live In London - Antipodean Tour Edition

Album: ''Live In London - Antipodean Tour Edition'' (1998 Single)
1. Bleeding Me (live)
2. Stone Cold Crazy (live)
3. The Wait (live)
4. Damage, INC. (live)

The Unforgiven II single

Album: ''The Unforgiven II single'' (1998 Single)
1. The Unforgiven II
2. The Thing That Should Not Be (live)

Turn the Page

Album: ''Turn the Page'' (1998 Single)
1. Turn the Page
2. Bleeding Me (live)
3. Stone Cold Crazy (live)
4. The Wait (live)

Whiskey in the jar -promo

Album: ''Whiskey in the jar -promo'' (1998 Single)
1. Whiskey in the jar (edit)
2. Whiskey in the jar

S&M Promo

Album: ''S&M Promo'' (1999 EP)
1. Fuel
2. For Whom The Bell Tolls
3. One
4. Hero Of The Day
5. Bleeding Me


Album: ''S&M'' (1999 Live album)
1. The Ecstasy Of Gold (Ennio Morricone Cover)
2. The Call Of Ktulu
3. Master Of Puppets
4. Of Wolf And Man
5. The Thing That Should Not Be
6. Fuel
7. The Memory Remains
8. No Leaf Clover
9. Hero Of The Day
10. Devil's Dance
11. Bleeding Me

Die Die My Darling

Album: ''Die Die My Darling'' (1999 Single)
1. Die Die My Darling (Misfits Cover)
2. Sabbra Cadabra (Black Sabbath Cover live)
3. Mercyful Fate (Mercyful Fate Cover live)

Album: ''Master of Puppets (S&M version)'' (1999 Single)
1. Master of Puppets (S&M version)

No leaf clover

Album: ''No leaf clover'' (1999 Single)
1. No leaf clover
2. No leaf clover (video - "slice & dice" version)

Nothing Else Matters (S&M version)

Album: ''Nothing Else Matters (S&M version)'' (1999 Single)
1. Nothing Else Matters
2. For Whom the Bell Tolls
3. Human
4. Nothing Else Matters (video)

Whiskey in the Jar

Album: ''Whiskey in the Jar'' (1999 Single)
1. Whiskey in the Jar
2. Last Caress/Green Hell (live - Misfits cover))
3. Whiskey in the Jar (live - Thin Lizzy cover)

I Disappear

Album: ''I Disappear'' (2000 Single)
1. I Disappear
2. I Disappear (instrumental)

Classic Albums: Metallica

Album: ''Classic Albums: Metallica'' (2001 DVD)
1. Enter Sandman
2. Sad But True
3. Holier Than Thou
4. The Unforgiven
5. Wherever I May Roam
6. Nothing Else Matters
7. End Credits
8. James & Lars Discuss Song Writing
9. Drum Recording Techniques
10. Kirk's Guitar Solo -
11. Jason Talks About
12. Bob Rock In The Desert
13. The Mix, The Masters And The End Of The Story
14. The God That Failed

St. Anger

Album: ''St. Anger'' (2003)
1. Frantic
2. St. Anger
3. Some Kind of Monster
4. Dirty Window
5. Invisible Kid
6. My World
7. Shoot Me Again
8. Sweet Amber
9. The Unnamed Feeling
10. Purify
11. All Within My Hands

Album: ''Frantic'' (2003 Single)
1. Frantic

Some Kind of Monster

Album: ''Some Kind of Monster'' (2004 EP)
1. Some Kind of Monster
2. The Four Horsemen (Live)
3. Damage Inc. (Live)
4. Leper Messiah (Live)
5. Motorbreath (Live)
6. Ride The Lightning (Live)
7. Hit The Lights (Live)

The Unnamed Feeling

Album: ''The Unnamed Feeling'' (2004 EP)
1. The Unnamed Feeling
2. The Four Horsemen (Live)
3. Damage Inc. (Live)
4. Leper Messiah (Live)
5. Motorbreath (Live)
6. Ride The Lightning (Live)
7. Hit The Lights (Live)
8. The Unnamed Feeling (Video)

Live in San Diego

Album: ''Live in San Diego'' (2005 DVD)
1. Enter Sandman
2. Creeping Death
3. Harvester of Sorrow
4. Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
5. Sad But True
6. Wherever I May Roam
7. Through the Never
8. The Unforgiven
9. Justice Medley
10. The Four Horsemen
11. For Whom the Bell Tolls
12. Fade to Black
13. Whiplash
14. Master of Puppets
15. Seek & Destroy
16. One
17. Last Caress
18. Am I Evil?
19. Battery
20. Stone Cold Crazy

The Videos 1989-2004

Album: ''The Videos 1989-2004'' (2006 DVD)
1. One
2. Enter Sandman
3. The Unforgiven
4. Nothing Else Matters
5. Wherever I May Roam
6. Sad But True
7. Until It Sleeps
8. Hero Of The Day
9. Mama Said
10. King Nothing
11. The Memory Remains
12. The Unforgiven II
13. Fuel
14. Turn The Page
15. Whiskey In The Jar
16. No Leaf Clover
17. I Disappear
18. St. Anger
19. Frantic
20. The Unnamed Feeling
21. Some Kind Of Monster
22. bonus - 2 Of One - Introduction
23. bonus - One (Jammin' Version)
24. bonus - The Unforgiven (Theatrical Version)
25. bonus - Metallica: Some Kind Of Monster Film Trailer



Metallica is a thrash/heavy metal band formed in Los Angeles, California, in 1981 by drummer and former tennis prodigy Lars Ulrich and guitarist and vocalist James Hetfield. They met after Ulrich placed a classified advertisement in the American publication The Recycler. Bassist Ron McGovney was an original member, and the band used several transient guitar players in their beginning stages, one of these were Lloyd Grant.

Metallica got their band name, when Ulrich was helping San Francisco area metal promoter Ron Quintana pick out a name for a new magazine to promote metal and the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal bands. Quintana came up with two suggestions: "Metallica" and "Metal Mania." Ulrich suggested that the name Metallica was lame and told him to use Metal Mania. Lars then decided to use Metallica as the name for the band he had just started.

In early 1982, Metallica recorded Hit the Lights for the first Metal Massacre compilation. Guitarist Lloyd Grant was brought in to do the solos on the track but was never a full member of the band. Desperate for a full time lead guitarist, Ulrich posted an ad in the local newspapers. Dave Mustaine from Huntington Beach, California, a guitarist from the band 'Panic' (later the lead singer of Megadeth) responded, and upon arrival started a sound check. Ulrich and Hetfield were so impressed with Mustaine's warm up and equipment that they asked him to join before actually auditioning. A few months later the band recorded a full demo, "No Life 'Till Leather", which quickly drew attention on the underground tape trading circuit. Conflicts with Mustaine eventually caused McGovney to leave the band, and he was replaced by Cliff Burton from Castro Valley, California, lured from his band Trauma in exchange for the other members of Metallica relocating to the San Francisco area.

Upon arriving in El Cerrito, California, the group quickly built a healthy local following in the Bay Area Thrash Scene via word-of-mouth and live performances. Metallica then traveled to New York in 1983 at the urging of local promoters Jon and Marsha Zazula, and after a few gigs the band signed with the Zazulas' brand new label, Megaforce Records. Shortly after arriving in New York, Mustaine was fired due to various disruptive, unproductive behaviors all related to alcoholism and other addictions. Kirk Hammett was drafted from Exodus to replace him. A pupil of Joe Satriani, Hammett brought to the band a more melodic and progressive guitar style quite different from Mustaine's.

After Hammett joined the band, the classic Metallica line-up was installed; Kirk Hammett on guitar, Lars Ulrich on drums, James Hetfield on guitar and vocals, and finally Cliff Burton on bass. Many saw Metallica's formation as a direct reaction to the prevalent rock and roll music of the early 1980s. Inspired by bands such as Motörhead, Diamond Head (declaring in the sleeve notes of 1998's Garage Inc. that "two heads were better than one"), Saxon and other bands of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, as well as from hardcore punk bands like Misfits and Discharge. Yet Metallica's fusion of these influences transcended mere stylistic mash-up, creating a heavy, hard, dynamic, yet capably melodic style perfectly reinforced by the evolving depth of their subjects, lyrics and composition, most noticeably starting with "Ride the Lightning", which also was the first album to feature Hammett's songwriting.

Metallica's first album, Kill 'em All, was released in 1983 on Megaforce Records. The album set the template that they would follow throughout the 1980s, prominently featuring the heavy vocals and aggressive rhythm guitar of. "Kill 'Em All" did not have huge sales after its initial release, but it did establish Metallica a loyal fan following in the growing 'underground metal' scene.

In 1984 Metallica released their second album for Megaforce, Ride the Lightning. The new album expanded their form with longer songs that featured lyrical and instrumental growth that rose above some of the playing on "Kill 'Em All". One significant development on "Ride the Lightning", the song Fade to Black, presented a slower, more introspective lyric, musing on the perspective of someone contemplating suicide. Indeed "Fade to Black" represents the first such song in a tradition that would come to include Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (LP Version) and One. The inclusion of songs with these slower, more ballad-like passages and psychologically sensitive lyrics demonstrates one of the important factors that distinguished Metallica from most other thrash metal bands such as Anthrax, Slayer, and Megadeth, whose musical ability rivaled Metallica, but whose artistry never quite matched.

This development as songwriters continued with Master of Puppets, which many consider Metallica's finest album. It also featured the compositional influence of Burton more than any other Metallica album. "Master of Puppets" was to be the last record with Cliff Burton, who tragically died in a tour bus accident on September 27, 1986, in Ljungby Municipality, near Dörarp rural Sweden.
Later, Jason Newsted joined the band as a new bassist. He stayed in the band for 15 years and has released 5 Albums with Metallica (...And Justice for All, Metallica (The Black Album), Load, Reload and Garage Inc.) and appeared on the official Metallica Concert DVDs entitled Live Shit: Binge and Purge, Cunning Stunts and S&M.

In the Year 2000, there were some arguments between Hetfield and Newsted. This was basically because Metallica did not listen to Newsted's musical ideas and him only being credited for 3 songs on the above mentioned albums. Newsted then left the Band in 2001 and helped a fairly unknown band called EchoBrain to release their album. Once they successfully released it he left and joined Ozzy Osbourne's band. Newsted is now a member of Tommy Lee's band, Rock Star Supernova.

When Metallica released St. Anger in 2003, it received mixed reactions from fans and critics, but hit #1 on the Billboard 200 in its first week, after which sales plummeted and it became Metallica's poorest overall seller to date. While producing, the band searched for a new bassist. His name was: Robert Trujillo.

In January 2005 "Metallica: Some Kind Of Monster" was released. It is a behind the scene documentary filmed during the recording of the album St. Anger containing interviews with the band and former bandmembers.

As of May 2007, using Rick Rubin's critically acclaimed producing abilities, Metallica is recording a new album, which is as of yet untitled. It has an expected release in early 2008. Rumors tell that a world tour will follow the release and that Metallica will include a recording of 'The Ecstasy Of Gold' (a song from the film The Good The Bad & The Ugly) to start the album, as they have opened live shows with this track for years - most notably on S&M, with the San Fransisco Symphony Orchestra (conducted by Michael Kamen).

Thrash Metal (early) Modern Rock (now)

Society, Corruption, Internal Struggles, Anger

United States of America (Los Angeles/San Francisco, California), formed in 1981



James Hetfield - Guitar, Vocals (Spastik Children, Leather Charm, Phantom Lord, Obsession, guest in Alice in Chains)
Kirk Hammett - Lead Guitar (Spastik Children, ex-Exodus, guest in Echobrain, Septic Death)
Robert Trujillo - Bass (ex-Suicidal Tendencies, Jerry Cantrell, ex-Black Label Society, Glenn Tipton (as guest), ex-Ozzy Osbourne, Infectious Grooves, Cyco Miko)
Lars Ulrich - Drums

Jason Newsted (1986-2001) (Spastik Children, Sexoturica, IR8, Paradox (US), Voivod, ex-Ozzy Osbourne, ex-Flotsam and Jetsam, Echobrain, Rock Star: Supernova, Quarteto De Pinga)
Cliff Burton (R.I.P. 9/27/86, bus accident in Sweden) (1983-1986) (Spastik Children, ex-Trauma (US), EZ-Street, Agents of Misfortune)
Bob Rock - Session bass on ``St. Anger`` (2003)
Ron McGovney (1982-1983) (Phantasm (US))

Dave Mustaine (1982-1983) (Megadeth, MD.45, Panic)
Lloyd Grant (1982) (Defcon (US))

Sammy Dijon (for a brief period in 1982, when James wanted to just play rhythm)


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