Annotation

While it is true that all other albums with the track 'The Call of The Ktulu' does not have the second 'the' in them, it IS spelled like this on S&M. further, it is correctly spelled with a 'K'
See this scan of the liner notes: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v369/nasasie/metallicadiscthektulu.jpg

The track '- Human' is supposed to be written with the hyphen. It stands for 'in-human' or possibly 'dis-human' and is read as "Minus Human" (see this scan of the liner notes)


S&M was recorded in two separate nights: April 21 and 22 : http://www.allmetallica.com/info/discography/sm.php

Additional Liner Notes

Music Preparation by Michael Price and James Brett with Blake Neely
Music Copying by Vic Fraser and Blake Neely
Management by Q Prime Inc.
Management for Michael Kamen by Robert Urband

Annotation last modified on 2011-07-29 03:23 UTC.

Tracklist

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CD 1
# Title Rating Length
1 The Ecstasy of Gold 4.25 2:33
2 The Call of the Ktulu 5 9:36
3 Master of Puppets 5 8:57
4 Of Wolf and Man 4.65 4:21
5 The Thing That Should Not Be 4.2 7:29
6 Fuel 4 4:38
7 The Memory Remains 4.65 4:44
8 No Leaf Clover 4 5:45
9 Hero of the Day 4.35 4:47
10 Devil’s Dance 4 5:28
11 Bleeding Me 4.65 9:02
CD 2
# Title Rating Length
1 Nothing Else Matters 4.65 6:50
2 Until It Sleeps 4.65 4:32
3 For Whom the Bell Tolls 4.25 4:54
4 −Human 4.35 4:22
5 Wherever I May Roam 4.65 7:04
6 Outlaw Torn 4.65 10:01
7 Sad but True 4 5:48
8 One 4.65 7:55
9 Enter Sandman 4.35 7:41
10 Battery 4.35 7:25

Credits

CD 1

electric bass guitar:
Jason Newsted (1999-04-21) (tracks 2–11)
drums (drum set):
Lars Ulrich (Danish musician, songwriter, record producer and podcaster) (1999-04-21) (tracks 2–11)
electric guitar:
Kirk Hammett (1999-04-21) (tracks 2–11)
James Hetfield (1999-04-21) (tracks 2–11)
arranger:
Michael Kamen (tracks 1–11)
composer:
Cliff Burton (track 2)
Kirk Hammett (tracks 4, 4)
James Hetfield (tracks 2, 4, 4)
Lars Ulrich (Danish musician, songwriter, record producer and podcaster) (tracks 2, 4, 4)
Ennio Morricone (composer) (track 1)
Dave Mustaine (track 2)
conductor:
Michael Kamen (track 8)
lead vocals:
James Hetfield (1999-04-21) (tracks 3–11)
mixer:
Randy Staub (track 8)
orchestrator:
Michael Kamen (tracks 1–4, 4–8, 8–11)
producer:
Bob Rock (tracks 1–11)
Michael Kamen (tracks 1–11)
James Hetfield (tracks 1–11)
Lars Ulrich (Danish musician, songwriter, record producer and podcaster) (tracks 1–11)
recording engineer:
Randy Staub (track 8)
Bob Rock (track 8)
writer:
Cliff Burton (track 3)
Kirk Hammett (tracks 3–4, 4–6, 9, 11)
James Hetfield (tracks 3–4, 4–11)
Lars Ulrich (Danish musician, songwriter, record producer and podcaster) (tracks 3–4, 4–11)
publisher:
Creeping Death Music (tracks 2–4, 4–11)
EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!) (track 1)
recorded at:
Berkeley Community Theatre in Berkeley, California, United States (1999-04-21) (tracks 1–11)
live recording of:
Devil's Dance (S&M version) (1999-04) (track 10)
Bleeding Me (S&M version) (1999-04-21) (track 11)
Fuel (S&M version) (1999-04-21) (track 6)
Hero of the Day (S&M version) (1999-04-21) (track 9)
Master of Puppets (S&M version) (1999-04-21) (track 3)
No Leaf Clover (1999-04-21) (track 8)
Of Wolf and Man (S&M version) (1999-04-21) (track 4)
The Call of Ktulu (S&M version) (1999-04-21) (track 2)
The Ecstasy of Gold (S&M version) (1999-04-21) (track 1)
The Memory Remains (S&M version) (1999-04-21) (track 7)
The Thing That Should Not Be (S&M version) (1999-04-21) (track 5)
recording of:
Of Wolf and Man (S&M version) (track 4)
version of:
Bleeding Me (track 11)
Devil's Dance (track 10)
Fuel (track 6)
L’estasi dell’oro (Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo) (track 1)
Master of Puppets (track 3)
Of Wolf and Man (tracks 4, 4)
The Call of Ktulu (track 2)
The Ecstasy of Gold (Metallica metal version) (track 1)
The Memory Remains (track 7)

CD 2

acoustic guitar:
James Hetfield (1999-04-22) (track 1)
electric bass guitar:
Jason Newsted (1999-04-22) (tracks 1–10)
drums (drum set):
Lars Ulrich (Danish musician, songwriter, record producer and podcaster) (1999-04-22) (tracks 1–10)
electric guitar:
Kirk Hammett (1999-04-22) (tracks 1–10)
James Hetfield (1999-04-22) (tracks 2–10)
arranger:
Michael Kamen (tracks 1–10)
background vocals:
Jason Newsted (1999-04-22) (tracks 1–2)
composer:
James Hetfield (track 10)
Lars Ulrich (Danish musician, songwriter, record producer and podcaster) (track 10)
lead vocals:
James Hetfield (1999-04-22) (tracks 1–10)
lyricist:
James Hetfield (track 10)
orchestrator:
Michael Kamen (tracks 1–10)
producer:
Bob Rock (tracks 1–10)
Michael Kamen (tracks 1–10)
James Hetfield (tracks 1–10)
Lars Ulrich (Danish musician, songwriter, record producer and podcaster) (tracks 1–10)
writer:
Cliff Burton (track 3)
Kirk Hammett (track 9)
James Hetfield (tracks 1–10)
Lars Ulrich (Danish musician, songwriter, record producer and podcaster) (tracks 1–10)
publisher:
EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!) (tracks 1–10)
recorded at:
Berkeley Community Theatre in Berkeley, California, United States (1999-04-22) (tracks 1–10)
edits:
Nothing Else Matters (live, 1999-04: Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA, USA) by Metallica Con Michael Kamen Dirigiendo A La Orquesta Sinfónica De San Francisco (track 1)
later versions:
Battery (S&M version) (track 10)
live recording of:
Battery (1999-04-22) (track 10)
Enter Sandman (S&M version) (1999-04-22) (track 9)
For Whom the Bell Tolls (S&M version) (1999-04-22) (track 3)
Nothing Else Matters (S&M version) (1999-04-22) (track 1)
One (S&M version) (1999-04-22) (track 8)
Outlaw Torn (S&M version) (1999-04-22) (track 6)
Sad but True (S&M version) (1999-04-22) (track 7)
Until It Sleeps (S&M version) (1999-04-22) (track 2)
Wherever I May Roam (S&M version) (1999-04-22) (track 5)
−Human (S&M version) (1999-04-22) (track 4)
recording of:
Battery (S&M version) (track 10)
version of:
Battery (track 10)
Enter Sandman (track 9)
One (track 8)
Sad but True (track 7)
The Outlaw Torn (track 6)
Until It Sleeps (track 2)

Release

printed in:United States
design/illustration:Andie Airfix
photography:Anton Corbijn (photography)
assistant mixer:James Seymour Brett
Darren Grahn
Billy Konkel
Leff Lefferts (Engineer)
Kent Matcke
Stephen McLaughlin (British producer, engineer, musician and film producer)
mixer:Randy Staub (from 1999-08 until 1999-10)
additional producer:James Hetfield
Michael Kamen
Lars Ulrich (Danish musician, songwriter, record producer and podcaster)
producer:Bob Rock
publisher:Metallica (in 1999)
assistant recording engineer:John Vrtacic
recording engineer:Stephen McLaughlin (British producer, engineer, musician and film producer)
Bob Rock
Randy Staub
editor:Billy Bowers (US engineer)
Paul DeCarli
Mike Gillies
Darren Grahn
additionally orchestrator:Geoff Alexander
Ted Allen
Pete Anthony
Bruce Babcock
Chris Boardman
Bob Elhai
Blake Neely
Jonathan Sacks (American composer)
Brad Warnaar
mastering:George Marino
additional violin:Daniel Banner (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Enrique Bocedi (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Paul Brancato (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Bruce Freifeld (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Michael Gerling (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Yasuko Hattori (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Frances Jeffrey (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Kum Mo Kim (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Chumming Mo Kobialka (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Daniel Kobialka (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
bass:Charles Chandler (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Larry Epstein (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Chris Gilbert (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
William Ritchen (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Stephen Tramontozzi (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
S. Mark Wright (plays bass in orchestra's) (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
bassoon:Steven Braunstein (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Stephen Paulson (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Rob Weir (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
cello:Richard Andaya (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Barbara Bogatin (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Jill Rachuy Brindel (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
David Goldblatt (San Francisco based cellist) (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Judiyaba (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Anne Pinsker (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Peter Shelton (San Francisco Symphony cellist) (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
David Teie (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
clarinet:Luis Baez (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Sheryl Renk (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Anthony Striplen (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
flute:Linda Lukas (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Catherine Payne (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Paul Renzi (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
harp:Douglas Rioth (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
horn:Eric Achen (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Joshua Garrett (horn player) (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Douglas Hull (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Jonathan Ring (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Bruce Roberts (San Francisco Symphony horn player) (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Jim Smesler (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Robert Ward (plays horn in the San Francisco Symphony) (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
keyboard:Marc Shapiro (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
oboe:Julie Ann Giacobassi (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Eugene Izotov (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Pamela Smith (oboe) (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
percussion:Anthony Cirone (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Raymond Froehlich (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Tom Hemphill (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Artie Storch (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
timpani:David Herbert (timpanist of the San Francisco Symphony) (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
trombone:Jeffrey Budin (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
John Engelkes (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Tom Hornig (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Paul Welcomer (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
trumpet:Chris Bogios (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Glenn Fischthal (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Andrew McCandless (trumpeter) (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Craig Morris (principal Trumpet of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra) (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
tuba:Peter Wahrhaftig (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
viola:Don Ehrlich (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Gina Feinauer (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
David Gaudry (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Christina King (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Yun Jie Liu (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Seth Mausner (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Nanci Severance (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Geraldine Walther (violist) (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
violin:Jeremy Constant (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Catherine Down (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Connie Gantsweg (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Naomi Kazama (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Melissa Kleinbart (violinist) (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Rudolph Kremer (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Yukiko Kurakata (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Kelly Leon-Pearce (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Diane Nicholeris (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Florin Parvulescu (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Victor Romasevich (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
Philip Santos (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
orchestra:San Francisco Symphony (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
conductor:Michael Kamen (on 1999-04-21, on 1999-04-22)
manufactured by and distributed by:Elektra Entertainment Group, Inc. (not for release label use!)
copyrighted by and phonographic copyright by:E/M Ventures (in 1999)
mixed at:The Plant Studios (1981-2008) in Sausalito, California, United States (from 1999-08 until 1999-10)
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/release/376778 [info]
ASIN:US: B00002Z88D [info]