Relive Metallica’s “Poor Touring Me” Tour live from Salt Lake City 1992

#MetallicaMonday brought us back to January 2, 1997 live in Salt Lake City. Not only does the set transport you 23 years in the past to the Poor Touring Me tour, but it will also include a few songs off Load that have rarely been performed since!

Set list includes:
0:03:00 Memory Jam
0:04:23 So What
0:07:05 Creeping Death
0:14:34 Sad But True
0:21:26 Ain’t My Bitc
0:28:45 Whiplash
0:32:52 King Nothing
0:38:10 One
0:47:20 Wasting My Hate
0:51:10 Bass / Guitar Solos
0:54:18 Nothing Else Matters
1:00:15 Until It Sleeps
1:04:42 For Whom The Bell Tolls
1:10:05 Wherever I May Roam
1:17:24 Fade To Black
1:26:38 Seek And Destroy / Fight Fire With Fire
1:43:17 Number Of The Beast / Return Of The Vampire Jam
1:45:18 Last Caress
1:47:22 Master Of Puppets
1:51:01 Enter Sandman
2:02:22 Am I Evil?
2:05:24 Motorbreath

During this stream and continuing throughout the week, Metallica will be hosting simultaneous fundraisers benefiting their foundation, All Within My Hands. Fans have already raised an incredible $70,000 through these #MetallicaMondays campaigns! The money raised during these shows helps All Within My Hands continue to support organizations that have become invaluable resources for communities suffering in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

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