|1||Fuel (Radio Edit)||4:29|
|568 412-2||Metallica||Fuel (CD, Single, Car)||Vertigo||568 412-2||Europe||1998|
|568 413-2||Metallica||Fuel (CD, Single, CD1)||Vertigo, Mercury||568 413-2||Australasia||1998|
|METCD 16, 568 413-2||Metallica||Fuel (CD, Single, CD1)||Vertigo, Vertigo||METCD 16, 568 413-2||UK||1998|
|SRCS 8748||Metallica||Fuel (CD, Maxi, Promo)||Sony Records||SRCS 8748||Japan||1998|
|SRCS 8748||Metallica||Fuel (CD, Maxi)||Sony Records||SRCS 8748||Japan||1998|
Printed TDK CDr with Tape To Tape Mastering front and back inserts, dated 26/05/98.
Actual track duration on the CD is 4:31 (determined by EAC), the music is over at 4:26.
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Metallica's official music video for Fuel, from the album Reload. Fuel is a song by American heavy metal band Metallica. The song was written by James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, and Kirk Hammett, and was released as the third single from their seventh album, Reload. The song was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance in 1999 but lost to Jimmy Page and Robert Plant for the song Most High. It was moderately successful on the music charts, peaking at number two in Australia, number three in Hungary, number five in Finland and number six on the US. All formats Album CD CD Album CD Single CD Maxi Vinyl records LP 7 inchs 7 inchs SP 7 inchs EP 12 inchs 78 rpm 10 inchs DVD VHS Cassette Clothing T-Shirt Others. Featured items. metallica fuel - 3 x cd single set. Vertigo - UK cat no: METCDDDED16 - 1998. Текст песни: Gimme fuel Gimme fire Gimme that which I desire Ooh Turn on I see is the first track from the album, ReLoad. It was popular with most fans. It's subject matter is of driving cars andor lives way too fast, similar to Motorbreath from Kill 'Em All. Fuel was first performed live on February 9, 1997, in Chicago, Illinois. As of March 2019, the song has been played live 512 times. Gimme fuel, gimme fire Gimme that which I desire Turn on, I see red Adrenaline crash and crack my head Nitro junkie, paint me dead And I see red One hundred plus through black and. by Metallica. Album: ReLoad 1997. Charted: 31. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . Metallica played this on their S&M album with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. It's a fixture at their live shows. Avril Lavigne performed this on Metallica's MTV Icon special in May 2003. Fuel is the opening song from Metallica's ReLoad album. It stems from the thrill of fast driving and street racing. The song could also be applied to the fact that people like to drive their lives like their cars too fast. It seems to be one of James Hetfield's favorite songs as he later said before a concert played at an Oakland Raiders game, We have to play Fuel'cause it gets me pumped up. taped on Some Kind of Monster Another interpretation of this song, which reflects the external struggles of the band members themselves as well read more. Metallica - Fuel 1998. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. 3 CD Tracks 2 - 7: Recorded live on April 20, 1998 at the Brisbane Entertainment Center, Brisbane, Australia. Songs in album Metallica - Fuel 1998. Metallica - Fuel Unavailable. Metallica - Sad But True Live. Metallica - Nothing Else Matters Live. Metallica - Wherever I May Roam Live. Metallica - One Live. Released June 22, 1998. FUEL Producer: Bob Rock with Hetfield & Ulrich Mixed by Randy Staub & Mike Fraser Recorded & Mixed at The Plant Studios, Sausalito, CA at various points in time between May 1995 and February 1996 and July and October 1997. SAD BUT TRUE LIVE, NOTHING ELSE MATTERS LIVE, WHEREVER I MAY ROAM LIVE, ONE LIVE, UNTIL IT SLEEPS LIVE and FUEL LIVE Recorded live on April 20, 1998 at the Brisbane Entertainment Center in Brisbane, Australia Mixed by James Jimbo Barton. FUEL DEMO Not Yet Produced Recorded by Lars & Jaymz on January 16, 1995 in Lars' Dungeon. Metallica commonly known as The Black Album is the fifth studio album by American heavy metal band Metallica, released on August 12, 1991, through Elektra Records. It was recorded in an eight-month span at One on One Recording Studios in Los Angeles. The recording of the album was troubled, however, and, during production, the band frequently came into conflict with their new producer Bob Rock. The album marked a change in the band's sound from the thrash metal style of the previous four albums to a