Thrash metal pioneers Metallica are one band who've never been afraid of a challenge, but in 1998 they tried an experiment that surprised both fans and casual observers; they performed a special concert with the San Francisco Symphony, in which the group and conductor/arranger Michael Kamen brought together the group's raw guitar firepower with the dynamic range of a full orchestra. A camera crew was on hand to record the event, and Metallica: S&M captures the full 150-minute concert in it's entirety. The band performs two new songs, Human and No Leaf Clover, as well as eighteen classics from their back catalog, including 'Enter Sandman,' 'The Call of Ktulu,' 'Master of Puppets,' 'The Thing That Should No Be', 'Sad But True', and 'Until It Sleeps'.
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