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Prince Charming - Metallica - Reload (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Prince charming (Principe azzurro) è la traccia numero dieci del settimo album dei Metallica, Reload, pubblicato il 18 novembre del Formazione dei Metallica () James Hetfield – voce, chitarra; Kirk Hammett – chitarra; Jason Newsted – basso; Lars Ulrich – batteria.
  2. Reload is Metallica’s seventh studio album, released on November 18th, Originally planned to be released alongside Load as part of a double album, ReLoad was released one year later.
  3. ری‌لود (به انگلیسی: ReLoad) هفتمین آلبوم‌ گروه متالیکاست. این آلبوم در ۱۸ نوامبر ۱۹۹۷ توسط شرکت الکترا رکوردز منتشر شد. این آلبوم ۱۳ ترانه دارد و ادامه یا کاملMissing: Prince Charming.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Reload on Discogs/5(17).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Reload on Discogs. Label: Vertigo - • Format: Cassette Album • Country: Poland • 4/5(17).
  6. And Justice for All es la última colaboración entre Metallica y el productor Flemming Rasmussen. En fue nominado al premio Grammy, en la categoría de mejor interpretación de hard rock / metal vocal o instrumental, aunque el ganador fue Crest of a Knave de Jethro oransilkasurcoahiplicawafalnews.coinfog: Prince Charming.
  7. Prince Charming is the tenth song from the album ReLoad. It was written by James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich, and has a length of It doesn't appear in any official release.
  8. ReLoad was released on November 18, through Elektra Records. It is a sequel or counterpart to the band's previous album, Load, and also the final Metallica album of the 20th century. ReLoad debuted #1 on the Billboard , selling , copies in its first week. Only six of the thirteen songs have ever been played live.
  9. and "The Prince", however "The Prince" was not recorded as the tape ran out before the full duration of the band's set. Both the name and album cover of the demo were to be reused for the band's debut studio album, now called Kill 'Em All. However, Metallica's record company would not allow it.

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